Magrib and Iftar – 30th March 2024

Camden Disability Action, 37 Greenwood Place, London, NW5 1LB

Time: 6.15 – 8.15pm
Tickets: Online and in-person tickets available on Eventbrite
Taking place two thirds of the way through Ramadan, our feminist iftar will follow Magrib prayers which you can join us for in-person or online. Prayers are important in grounding ourselves and connecting with Allah swt and our communities during Ramadan. We are repeating this event at Resource for London on 16th March, Camden Disability Action on 23rd March. We are also holding a Human Rights Iftar in partnership with Amnesty International UK on Friday 5th April in east London and holding Eid Salah on 11th April. You can view all our Ramadan events on Eventbrite.

For anyone new to Inclusive Mosque, most of our imams are women, genderqueer or nonbinary Muslims. Please show them your full support.

We will not ask anyone to segregate themselves so please be aware that you may see Muslims of different genders praying side by side. If you are attending online, please see our ground rules and advice on etiquette at our online prayers before attending. You can join and leave an event whenever you need to. Don’t worry about being late or leaving early.

Covid Safety

Please bring your own prayer mats. We expect all attendees to take a Covid test on the day of the event and if it is positive, please do not attend. If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend. All attendees are expected to wear face masks on arrival and throughout the prayer unless they have a reason not to. We do this as an act of necessary community care in solidarity with disabled and chronically ill members of the community.

Arrive: 6.15pm
Break fast: Shia time 6.40pm ¦ Sunni time 6.23pm
Salah: We will all pray together at 6.45pm
Food and social space after prayer: The hybrid option will end here and online participants will have their own social space and in-person attendees will have theirs.
Close: 8pm. Please help us clear up the space and be out of the building by 8.15pm


This event is in-person with an option to join the salah online. For those joining online, a link will be sent to you a few days in advance and we will have auto-captions enabled. For those attending in-person, please wear masks and take covid tests on the day of the event. We consider wearing masks a necessary act of care towards disabled and chronically ill people. Windows in the room will be open to allow ventilation to prevent the spread of Covid so please dress warmly. The venue is wheelchair accessible. We’re asking all attendees to purchase tickets if they can as this helps Inclusive Mosque to sustain our work. If you need a free ticket, use promo code free1532 when checking out and remember to click ‘apply’ when you enter the promo code.

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If you’d like to see more Inclusive Mosque events with Islamic Feminist principles at the heart of our practice, please consider becoming a regular donor. We are only able to hold these events because of your donations. We do not take any government funding and trusts and foundations do not grant money for this work. You can view all our Ramadan events on Eventbrite.