About Us

Our mission is to establish Hudhayfah bin Al-Yamaan Islamic Centre (MHbAY)

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to establish Hudhayfah bin Al-Yamaan Islamic Centre (MHbAY) in accordance to the Quran and the Sunnah upon the understanding of the Salaf as-Saalih. As the Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم) said in an authentic narration: “The best of mankind is my generation (the Sahabah), then those who come after them (the Taabi’een), then those who come after them (Atba Taabi’een).” [Bukhari & Muslim] The Salaf as-Saalih, or Righteous Predecessors, therefore comprises the first three generations of Islaam who had the best understanding of the religion after the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) himself.

OUR PROMISE

MHbAY will strive to promote togetherness through education, engagement and support. We aim to foster a greater understanding of Allah, the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) and his companions while remaining aware of the needs and demography of the community.

OUR SERVICES

At MHbAY we aim to support and engage the diverse community about Islam.
Below you will find a breakdown of the services we aim to provide.

Providing these services is vital for the growth and integration of the community. As well as providing these services to the Muslims in the local area, we aim to have an open door policy which allows us to benefit the broader diverse community.

We firmly believe the best way to deliver these services is to recruit skilled volunteers from within the community itself. The community is rich in professional resource and skill with both Muslim men and women doctors, nurses, lawyers, social workers and business people all contributing to one progressive cause.

FOR WOMEN

1. Educational Services

a. Arabic classes

b. Islamic study circles

c. Quran classes

2. Support Groups

a. Confidential abuse and domestic violence

b. Single mums

3. Matrimonial services

4. Marriage counselling

5. Health check drop-in sessions

6. Legal counsel drop-in sessions

FOR YOUTH

1. Educational Services

a. Arabic classes

b. Islamic study circles

c. Quran classes

d. Islamic Library

2. After-school club

3. Anti-radicalisation initiatives

4. Employability training

5. Young offenders workshops

FOR MEN

1. Educational Services

a. Arabic classes

b. Islamic study circles

c. Quran classes

2. Matrimonial services

3. Marriage counselling

4. Health check drop-in sessions

5. Legal counsel drop-in sessions

FOR OUR ELDERLY

1. Educational Services

a. Arabic classes

b. Islamic study circles

c. Quran classes

2. Local social visits organising national trips

3. Engagement and interaction get-together opportunities

4. Health check drop-in sessions

5. Legal counsel drop-in sessions

OUR OUTLOOK

 

COMMUNITY FOCUS

The local community is the life-blood of our organisation. We will work to meet their needs and balance their expectations void of discrimination.

COMMUNICATION

We will establish an open transparent channel of communication with the community regularly gaining feedback in order to develop and improve the services provided.

PEOPLE

We will inspire and develop our volunteers and workers to ensure they have the necessary skills and capabilities to deliver our services effectively to the community

PROCESS & SYSTEM

We will adopt a systematic process approach towards the management of services with key performance indicators to measure, adapt and improve the services we offer. This will enable us to target our services directly to the community’s needs.

CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT

Continual improvement forms a part of our mission and is a permanent value of the organisation. To serve and help improve the lives of the community is what drives us.

DECISIONS

We will base all our decisions upon the community needs in accordance to the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet (may the salutations of peace of Allah be upon him) upon the understanding of his companions.

PARTNERSHIPS

We will develop mutual partnerships with local authorities and organisations to jointly improve and develop the services we provide with a clear goal to create an open channel of communication to serve the community.

THE TRUSTEES

Abu Abdillah Amer

Abu Abdillah Amer

Mas'ool & Trustee

The person overall in charge (mas’ool) of the project is Abu Abdillah Amer. He is a graduate from the Faculty of Hadeeth at the Islamic University of Madinah, KSA.

Mohammed Zahir Rashid

Mohammed Zahir Rashid

Trustee

Abu AbdirRahman Arshad

Abu AbdirRahman Arshad

Trustee

Allah, the Most High says:
“Then ask the people of the remembrance [scholars] if you do not know.”
(An-Nahl 16:43)

Throughout the different phases of the project to setup the Islamic Centre, we have been constantly seeking the advice of the well-known scholars. These scholars include the following:

Shaykh Dr. Saleh Al Fawzaan

Shaykh Dr. Saleh Al Fawzaan

Hafidhuhullah

Currently a member of the Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta’ and a member of the Council of Senior Scholars, Riyadh, KSA

Shaykh Saleh Al Luhaydan

Shaykh Saleh Al Luhaydan

Hafidhuhullah

Currently a member of Council of Senior Scholars and formerly head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Riyadh, KSA
Shaykh Zayd Al Madkhali

Shaykh Zayd Al Madkhali

Rahimahullah

Formerly a teacher at the Educational Institute, Saamitah, KSA

Shaykh Muhammad Al Aqeel

Shaykh Muhammad Al Aqeel

Hafidhuhullah

Currently a professor at the Islamic University, Madinah, KSA
Shaykh Hasan Al Banna

Shaykh Hasan Al Banna

Hafidhuhullah

Currently living in Egypt and formerly a teacher at the Islamic University, Madinah, KSA