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Who are we?
The Islamic Society (ISOC) is one of the many student-run organisations that make up the Students’ Union. We represent and cater for the spiritual and social needs of the Muslim students, staff and associates of the University of Nottingham.
The aim of this society is to create an atmosphere in which muslims have the opportunity to organise events, set up study circles and create a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood, which our beautiful religion promotes.
The society is set up with a core committee and also external committees groups who are heavily involved in arranging exciting events and socials, and also letting people know what Islam is all about, through the ‘Discover Islam Week’ for example. It’s YOUR opportunity to be creative and have your mark on the Islamic society, so get involved.
You can get involved in the areas of the university you are based, whether it is University Park, Jubilee or Sutton Bonnington. Its up to you how you wish to make a contribution. You may wish to to work with others on your campus to organise a range of fun activities and events. You can also join these with the rest of the Isoc members distributed around the other campuses.
So come along to the Isoc and bring along all you ideas we would be more than happy to help you to achieve them inshallah.
Working within the Isoc will also extend your academic and career skills such as presenting infront of other members, meeting deadlines for events, producing publicity material and keeping accounts of the ingoing’s and outgoings of the Isoc. So if you’re a marketing, arty, business type of person, or if you simply enjoy attending events this is the place for you. Its up to you how much you dedicate and work, with a pure intention to please Allah (subuhaanahu wa ta'aala)
Islamic Society Aims and Objectives
· To invite all to the path of Allah with wisdom and beautiful preaching.
· To educate and support Muslims in their studies, whether relating to traditional Islamic sciences, contemporary and historical issues or academic studies.
· Develop clear avenues where members can get involved in the Islamic Society to the extent that they desire.
· To provide a variety of quality services to both Muslims and Non-Muslims
· To strengthen the brotherhood and sisterhood by fostering an environment that is conducive to Muslims fulfilling their duties
· To constantly review the long-terms strategy of the society, evolving and responding where necessary
· To strive to always act in accordance with the injunctions of the Quran and Sunnah.