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SALAAM SUNDAYS w/ Sheikh Babikir & Moustafa Hassan (Artist & Calligrapher)

SALAAM SUNDAYS w/ Sheikh Babikir & Moustafa Hassan (Artist & Calligrapher) Sunday 27th April / 5:30-8:00pm / Rumi's Cave 26 Willesden Lane, London NW6 7ST TOPIC:

The Spiritual Position of Art & Creativity w/ Special Guest: Moustafa Hassan (Artist & Calligrapher)


Salaam Sundays are a monthly series of Spiritual Discourses with Shaykh Babikir.

This is a Free Event that takes place on the Last Sunday of every month at Rumi’s Cave, in the heart of Kilburn, London.

Each month covers a different topic to do with the Soul, Peace, Purification of the Heart, the World of Angels and Jinns, Dreams and much more...


(But you are welcome to donate £5 towards our charitable work at the Cave and with Rumi's Kitchen)


About Sheikh BabikIr

Shaykh Babikir Ahmed Babikir (sometimes known as Shaykh Ahmed Abubakr) has been actively involved in Dawah in the UK since the 70’s.He is the recently retired Imam of Yusuf Islam’s Islamia School.

He studied the Islamic Sciences in Sudan under Shaykh Fatih Qaribullah (rahimah-ullah) son of Sayyidi Shaykh Qaribullah (rahimah-ullah) son of the Great Shaykh Ahmed At-Tayyib (rahimah-ullah).

Shaykh Babikir continues his dawah circle every Saturday night in London, which began at Regents Park Mosque and now takes place at Brent Mosque in Cricklewood.

For many years the Shaykh has been actively helping the poor and needy in his native Sudan. In 2004, Shaykh decided to start his charitable work in an official capacity and hence Ulfa Aid was founded. He is currently the chairman of Ulfa Aid which is an international Relief Agency helping the poor and needy around the world.

Rumi's Cave and Rumi's Kitchen represent local programmes started by the Sheikh in 2011 under Ulfa Aid; they serve to reach out into the local community to help those in need and to help build bridges society.

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