We, the undersigned / listed below, vehemently condemn the actions of the occupying forces of the land of Palestine for their deplorable desecration of the Holy site of Haram Al-Sharif – Al-Aqsa Mosque and their unjustifiable human rights violations and attacks against the peaceful and defenseless Muslim worshippers in Jerusalem-Al Quds.
The Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland unequivocally condemns the killing of innocent people regardless of their faith or race. We also condemn terrorism and crimes against humanity wherever they occur and disassociate the religion of Islam from such practices.
Da’wah (دعوة) is an Arabic word which literally means to invite, call or summon. In the context of Islam, da’wah in its essence is to share/convey the message of Islam to people. Since the establishment of the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland (ICCI), the Centre has endeavoured to follow the way of the Prophet (peace be upon him) in its representation and teaching of the Islamic faith.
Imam's Secretary: Sheikh Eid Zaher
Tel: 01 - 208 0000
Power of Attorney
Legalization of documents
Reminder after Fajr prayer.
Tuesday after Asr prayer: Fiqh lesson
Thursday after Asr payer: Seerah lesson
Saturday/Sunday after Duhr prayer: Men’s Tajweed Halaqa (study group for correct recitation of Qur’an)
First Saturday of each month: Qiyam-ul-layl (night prayer)
The Community Welfare office offers information, support and advise to the community. It is responsible for facilitating classes, workshops, conferences, exhibitions and fairs that benefit the Muslim community. The women’s department at the ICCI plays a functional role in the daily administrative duties of the Centre as well as addressing needs of the many women and men that come to the office.
Our mission is to provide our students with quality Qur’anic education so that when they graduate they perfect reciting the Qur’an, understand it and abide by the subtle Islamic ethics. This is achieved through well-planned organised educational and administrative performance.
Since 2002, the ICCI Youth Department has been active in order to provide Muslim youth with the opportunity to enjoy themselves responsibly, contributing towards Irish society while promoting Islam as a way of life.