What I loved most about the event was the way everyone looked after themselves and each other.
What I loved most about attending the event for sisters in the Masjid was the community vibe!
What I loved most about attending was the food and discussions!
What I loved most was being able to socialise with friends and meet new people.
Islamic Network has done excellent work in a time of major crisis for humanity, in the UK. May Allah reward you all for it. Ameen.
Their ‘world-class’ code of conduct, transparency, sublime & motivational management team, their vision for positive change in the way of Allah, structured online meetings, high flexibility & let’s not forget Allah’s command to ‘surround yourself with people who worship their Lord day and night’ - what’s not to like? 🙂 - highly recommended ‘serve the Ummah’ volunteering opportunity for volunteering noobs and Muslim C-level / Business Owners alike... in my humble opinion 😉 Director ByteSize Consulting Ltd
Your voice is no longer distorted, it's heard clearly from a community that understands. A potential inside is finally released and it's one of these moments you feel that you exist. This is a summary for the last 6 months of my life as a volunteer in Islamic network.
Mashallah may Allah (swt) bless all the brothers and sisters who have done such a wonderful job in helping us to take our masjid platforms online.
I really enjoyed this and I would really like to go again. I met lots of kind people and I had an amazing day!!!
I think it was good from the engaging activities the little talks about Islam. I think they will be very memorable for the future and the two-hour travel was worth it.