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Donation of Water Cooler to 7 schools and Polyclinic

Nation News Article THE BARBADOS Muslim Association presented three secondary and four primary school with water coolers by yesterday at the Fontabelle, St Michael offices of TMR Sales and Service. Springer Memorial, The Ellerslie School and St Leonard’s Boys’ School each received a standing water cooler, as did the Brandford Taitt Polyclinic while Wesley Hall Juniors, Westbury, St Mary’s and ... Read More »

Barbados Muslim Association Blood Drive

Assalaamu Alykum. The BMA is inviting Muslims to join its blood drive and donate blood during the month of February. Details on the posters attached. Please pass this message around.   Allah and his Prophet has instructed us to carry out all good things. Allah says in the Quran:  And whatever good you do Allah is all aware of it. (Al-Baqara ... Read More »

BMA 11 + Award 2016

The Barbados Muslim Association is pleased to award the top Muslim students in this year’s (2016) Barbados Secondary School Entrance (11+) Examinations. These awards were started in 2005 in an effort to encourage Muslim primary school students to do their best at the examinations and to reward the top performers. We pray continued success on all Muslim students who have ... Read More »

Feeding the Needy/Homeless

The Barbados Muslim Association in colloboration with the Barbados Vagrants and Homeless Society started a once a month programme to help feed the homeless and poor. Our first session was on Sunday October 25th at the Society’s Head office in Bridgetown. 40 plates of food were collected from Muslim homes and distributed.     Read More »

CODRINGTON COLLEGE opened its doors to those of the Islamic faith

The St John-based theological college hosted members of the Barbados Muslim Association, who came bearing gifts of three park benches to be used at the facility, “Our presentation this morning is the continuing effort to give back to the society in which we live, to institutions and places the public as well as the institution itself would benefit from,” secretary ... Read More »