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Welcome to the official Zia Ul Quran Jamia Masjid Website. We hope that you find it informative and useful. The site aims to provide an insight into the Masjid, its history, aims and the various services on offer here.

Please feel free to email us your comments. Your feedback is always truly appreciated and greatly valued.

May Allah (subhanahu wa ta’ala) guide us and keep us on the right path. Ameen

 

Hadith - Found In: Sunan An-Nasai Chapter No: 8, The Book of the Masjids
Hadith no:706

Narrated by Abu Hurairah - that the Prophet (saw) said: “When a man goes out of his house to his masjid, one foot records a good deed and the other erases a bad deed.” (Sahih)

Zia-Ul-Quran Mosque

218 St. Saviours Rd
Birmingham,
West Midlands
B8 1ER

Tel: 0121 326 0040 or 07772395416

For any web related queries or suggestions for our website please contact Br. Imran  on 0754 025 0991

Latest News

EID Ul Fitr 2017 - Day to be confirmed - Jamat times are confirmed as below:

EID Ul Fitr 2017 - Day to be confirmed - Jamat times are confirmed as below:

Times of jamaats are as follows:

8:30am - Hafiz Tanveer Shah Saab
9:30am - Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmed
10:30am - Hafiz Ishmael.
11:15am - Hafiz Arfan Mahmood.

EID Mubarak to all the Muslim community. EID namaaz method is below. Please take some time to read our information below on travelling and parking to the Masjid this Eid day and setting a good example.

We all need to ensure we minimise disruption to our neighbours.

Please Park your vehicles responsibly in the mosque car parks or side streets without blocking any driveways.
Switch off your mobiles
Keep your children with you at all times More >>
Important Notice - Are you planning to visit the cemetery this EID (2017)

Important Notice - Are you planning to visit the cemetery this EID (2017)

Due to the significant increase in the number of visitors for Eid ul Fitr 2017 there will be traffic delays in and around Handsworth Cemetery. We politley request that visitors adopt the following guidance set out by the Birmingham Muslim Burial Council

For more Information please contact - Brother Gulam on 07730 815 108 More >>
We at Zia ul Quran Jamia Masjid are united in our complete condemnation of yet another horrific terrorist attack in Londons Finsbury Park Mosque.

We at Zia ul Quran Jamia Masjid are united in our complete condemnation of yet another horrific terrorist attack in Londons Finsbury Park Mosque.

We at Zia ul Quran Jamia Masjid are united in our complete condemnation of yet another horrific terrorist attack in London’s Finsbury Park Mosque. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people and their families who were affected by this cowardly attack. We join with those who are grieving, scared and traumatised. There can be NO justification for this type of atrocious and cowardly attack on those who were returning home from taraweeh/night prayers.

These type of events have the power to tear people and communities apart. The intent of the terrorist is always to destabilise, destroy and create fear. We must come together and resist the ur More >>
Asma ul Ashaabil Badr - Names of the Companions of Prophet (saws) in the Battle of Badr

Asma ul Ashaabil Badr - Names of the Companions of Prophet (saws) in the Battle of Badr

The Battle of Badr called Ghazwatul Badr in Arabic, took place on 17 Ramadan 2 A.H, (13 March 624 C.E) in the Hejaz region of the Saudi Arabia. The beloved Prophet Muhammad (saws), peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, together with 313 of his Sahaba (Companions) and angels sent by Allah defeated about 1000 better armed of the tribe of Quraysh. More >>
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