Rumi's Cave



Join us on a Friday night for an evening of talks,prayers and poetry for Syria.

Date: 13th Jan 2017
Time: 7pm
Address: Rumi’s Cave – London 26 Willesden Lane NW6 7ST
*Free Entry
*Register via Eventbrite:

An Evening for Syria – Talks, Prayers and Poetry

We will recite the Prayer of the Oppressed, short talks and poetry will follow the evening.

**Donations welcome for Syrian Refugees**

*Moroccan Mint Tea & Cakes will be served


The least we can do for our brothers and sisters caught in the turmoil of Syria and countless other places is pray for them.

This highly potent du’a by the renowned Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Nasir, was recited across Morocco and inspired resistance to the French occupation. So powerful was it that the French President had to issue an order banning its recitation from the mosques. Moroccans date the movement to return King Muhammad from that outlawing of the du’a. It is appropriate to the present state of the Muslim ummah today.
For Arabic and translation of Du’a Nasiri:

Event hosted by the Qadiri Boutchichi Tariqa

Donations collected by Penny Appeal for Syrian Refugees

Venue Partner Rumi’s Cave

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