General Islamic Knowledge
Islamic Finder: This is a website where you can get the prayer times for many cities around the world, and includes a lot of other interesting information to explore and learn from.
Islamweb: Another good general website with articles, news, audios, and a Q&A section, which also has a section for new Muslims: Welcome to Islam.
OnIslam: The new website from the founders of IslamOnline. A website containing a wealth of knowledge, many up to date articles, news, and a good Q&A section. It also has a good section for new Muslims and those interested in Islam: Ask About Islam.
Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America: Questions answered in a practical way by scholars of Islam
Islam Q&A: A great resource for questions, especially about the creed and the pillars of Islam
Islamchannel TV: A wide range of live Islamic TV programmes broadcast over the internet or via Skye satellite TV.
Al Jumuah Magazine: An Islamic knowledge based publication. They primarily address issues regarding Islamic education and moral upbringing (tarbiyyah), spirituality, creed (aqeedah), and jurisprudence (fiqh).
SISTERS magazine: The SISTERS team is an eclectic group of writers who are based all over the world. The magazine covers a range of subjects in the areas of Inspiration, Self, Family, Community, World, Homes, Looks, and Tastes.
Qur’an and Hadith
House of Qur’an: Great site breaking down the Qur’an word-by-word to show you how to pronounce each one individually. Great for beginners. Can use on a pc or mobile.
Quran Explorer: This site has the Qur’an in Arabic + a translation + audio recordings.
Quran Flash: This site has the Qur’an in Arabic + a translation + a transliteration. A nice application to read the Qur’an as in a virtual book. Go to “More Options -> Book Type” to choose the book with the translation and transliteration.
Hadith Database A great database for searching for keywords in the Hadith of Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud, Nasai and Imam Malik (Muwatta).
Useful References and Resources
A Beginners Guide to Ramadan: New to Ramadan or want to brush up on the basics? This little SNMP booklet will be a useful guide
An Introduction to Islamic Funerals: An SNMP leaflet that could be used to open up a discussion with family and friends about the differences in a Muslim funeral and burial from what they may be used to.
What to do After Death: An SNMP booklet that details the procedures and processes that have to be followed under British and Islamic law on a death, and also information about Sheffield services that may be of use.
A Brief Illustrated Guide To Understanding Islam: A great basic book for Da`wah to non-Muslims who would like to understand Islam, Muslims, and other facets of Islam.
Fortress of the Muslim: Invocations from the Qur’an and Sunnah to supplicate on a daily basis and on special occasions.
Hajj Preparation: Some great information for anyone planning on going for Hajj
Islamic Crafts and Lesson Plans for kids: Stuck for ideas for Islamic activities to do with the children? Check out the nice ideas on this page.
The Sealed Nectar: What some say is the most complete authoritative book on the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by Sheikh Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarkpuri.
AlKauthar Institute: AlKauthar provides engaging courses that balance both theoretical and practical approaches to Islamic knowledge in single-weekend university level courses throughout the UK.
AlMaghrib Institute: An Islamic organization that offers university-level double weekend courses on Islam in various locations around the UK, which are both fun and contain great content.
Utrujj Foundation: The training courses cover a broad spectrum of classical and contemporary themes in Islam and are open to Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Online courses are a nice way to gain knowledge wherever you are. With the challenges of the constraints of time and the demand of work, many of us find following an online course is the solution to meet our need for Islamic knowledge.
Arab Academy: Arab Academy provides a comprehensive Arabic language education through interactive activities, task-based learning, and expert teachers. They make it easy to learn Arabic online and to immediately apply your lessons to real-life situations.
New Muslim Academy: New Muslim Academy is a non-profit Islamic organization committed to helping new brothers and sisters in Islam understand the basic concepts of this beautiful religion and how to put them into practice.
Islamic Online University: The Islamic Online University (IOU) offers online intensive, undergraduate, and graduate courses in Islamic Studies, completely tuition-free.
iERA’s Muslim Now: This is the department of iERA dedicated to welcome, empower and provide education for New Muslims. They offer a great Free Welcome Pack, containing a selection of essential information for the first few weeks after accepting Islam, Residential Education Retreats and courses for local groups
National New Muslim Project: Offers the Meeting Point newsletter, guidance about common questions, and activities and courses for converts.
Islamic Will Writers: Their 3 step will writing service is quick, convenient and cost effective. The Wills are compliant with Islamic law as well as English and Welsh laws.
Discover Islam: Check out the Discover Islam material; it’s good quality and appropriately targeted.
Islamic Dawah Centre International: Another Da`wah organization with great material. Take a look at their Da`wah packs!
Qur’an Project: A brilliant Da`wah project that gives good quality Qur’ans to Muslims and non-Muslims.
Ashiana: A Sheffield-based confidential support service for women suffering domestic violence and abuse. They offer culturally specific advice, support and information to their clients.
National Zakat Foundation: If you know of anyone who is in financial difficultly, contact the NZF. It is a very efficient and practical organization that is making a big difference in people’s lives.
Nour: If you or somebody you know is suffering from domestic violence there is help available. Nour provides access to Islamic Advisors, Legal Advisors and they also have a team of Professional Advisors who can offer health related advice including counselling and psychological support.
Reunite International: UK based charity specialising in international parental child abduction. Includes online advice, prevention guides and information on support services.
SOLACE: Support for Revert Sisters in difficulty and looking for support. SOLACE aims to ensure that no revert sister goes through difficulties unsupported. They provide holistic support enabling women to move forward while strengthening and maintaining her faith and closeness to Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.
Pure Matrimony: Pure Matrimony is organised by Mercy Mission World. The aim of Pure Matrimony is to create an online environment in which single Muslims who are serious about practicing their faith can find suitable spouses who have similar aspirations.
Personal Match: They take on the role of matchmaker and work with individuals. Their aim is to give a personalised service from introduction to engagement.
Health and Lifestyle Services
Health and Hijama: Health and Hijama aims to play an active role in reviving the Blessed Sunnah of our Prophet, Muhammad (peace be upon him) and to continually seek to improve the standard of Hijama (cupping) treatment and training.