"Joining together in the mutual teaching of truth and patience" We hold various events throughout the year including socials such as football, trampolining, trips to Scoops Ice Cream and so many more fun activities. We also hold Islamic talks and educational lectures and run regular Quran and Arabic classes for ALL levels.

The Islamic Society at the University of Southampton serves a vibrant and diverse student body. We support students in learning about and practicing their faith and hope to be a platform for Muslims to come together and share their skills, knowledge and expertise for the benefit of the community and beyond. The society helps to maintain an accessible prayer room, organise Friday congregational prayers and make arrangements for Ramadan as well as facilitate educational circles, social events and sports. Muslim or non-Muslim take part, question, learn and grow.

 

Visit our website at southamptonisoc.org

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Islamic Society this year are:

Olaa Abdelmonim
Content Creator
Ali Ahmed
Da'wah Officer (Male)
Asiyah Ibraheem
General Secretary
Laura Burbage
Prayer Room Officer (Female)
Aymen Adjali
Prayer Room Officer (Male)
Ibrahim Ishaq Yahaya
President
Marya Fayeq
Social Media Manager
Areesha Hassan
Socials Officer (Female)
Ali-Abbas Nabi
Socials Officer (Male)
Zayna Quereshi
Sport Officer (Female)
Abdul Aziz
Sport Officer (Male)
Syeda Abdullah
Tarbiyah Officer (Female)
Moaad Bouyardan
Tarbiyah Officer (Male)
Ibrahim Ishaq Yahaya
Treasurer
Alexander Linfield
Vice President (Male)
Hafsah Azam
Vice-President (Female)

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Islamic Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

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NameCostValid PeriodDetails
ISOC membershipFREE01/09/2022 - 14/07/2023ISOC membership

Constitution

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Health & Safety

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