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Do cryptocurrencies conform with Islam and Sharia?

Is Bitcoin halal?

Fintech and developments around Blockchain have been taking the world by the storm. The rise of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and developments in Blockchain have also touched the Islamic world, with Dubai aiming to become the first Blockchain-Powered City by 2020.

Amidst wide-spread confusion within the Muslim world, Shaykh Imran Hosein will share his research and views on whether cryptocurrencies have any basis within the Sharia.

Facilities provided for both brothers and sisters.


Sat 10th March 2018


Please note that there are limited tickets for sale and hence we highly encourage the purchasing of tickets in advance - online.

For those who choose to purchase tickets at the door, please note that you will not be guaranteed a seat in the same room as the Shaykh but in a separate one with an audio link.

  Online On the Door
Adults  £10 £15
Children (5-11)   £5 £10
Children Under 4   FREE FREE


Intro 18:00 - 18:15
Qasidas         18:15 - 18:30
Talk (Inc Q&As)  18:30 - 20:00
Food 20:00 - 21:00

Seating Arrangements:

Brothers - Main Hall

Sisters - Classroom (Video and Audio Link)

Children - Can accompany the adults or use the creche facility at £2 per child (4-11) which can be paid at the door. 


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Muslims in Britain

According to Islamic law (Shari’ah), it is necessary for Muslims living in a non-Muslim land, such as Britain, to be honest, upright and just. Specifically, it is completely forbidden for a Muslim who is living under the security of the non-Muslim state to engage in any form of violence or terrorism against his non-Muslim neighbours, as has been stated very clearly in the famous classical manual of Islamic law, ‘ The Hidayah.

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