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  1. Welcome RCSI Islamic Society Annual General Meeting

  2. Tentative

  3. IntroductionOmar Bhutta

  4. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) Surah Al-Imran (Family of Imran) • Recitation by • Khidir Mohd Kamil

  5. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Surah Al-Imran (Family of Imran) • Verse 102: O you who have believed, fear Allah as He should be feared and do not die except as Muslims [in submission to Him].

  6. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 103: And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided. And remember the favor of Allah upon you - when you were enemies and He brought your hearts together and you became, by His favor, brothers. And you were on the edge of a pit of the Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus does Allah make clear to you His verses that you may be guided.

  7. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 104: And let there be [arising] from you a nation inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those will be the successful.

  8. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 105: And do not be like the ones who became divided and differed after the clear proofs had come to them. And those will have a great punishment.

  9. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 106: On the Day [some] faces will turn white and [some] faces will turn black. As for those whose faces turn black, [to them it will be said], "Did you disbelieve after your belief? Then taste the punishment for what you used to reject."

  10. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 107: But as for those whose faces will turn white, [they will be] within the mercy of Allah . They will abide therein eternally.

  11. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 108: These are the verses of Allah . We recite them to you, [O Muhammad], in truth; and Allah wants no injustice to the worlds.

  12. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 109: To Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And to Allah will [all] matters be returned.

  13. Al-Quran Al-Kareem(The Noble Quran) • Verse 110: You are the best nation produced [as an example] for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah . If only the People of the Scripture had believed, it would have been better for them. Among them are believers, but most of them are defiantly disobedient.

  14. Annual General Meeting Report Review the committee’s report and the financial report for the  past year

  15. Annual General Meeting Report Video By Anis Syuhada

  16. Goodbye.And please forgive us.

  17. The Next Committee -How will we choose? -What are the roles?

  18. The Next Committee “Invite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious. " (An-Nahl: 125)  Allah the Most High said: Let there be among you a community who enjoin good and forbid evil; it is they that shall be successful, [3:104] “You are the best community that has ever been brought forth for mankind: you enjoin good and forbid evil, and you believe in God”, [3:110] “Those who repent, those who worship, those who praise, those who persevere, those who bow down, those who prostrate, and those who enjoin good and forbid evil” [9:112] Muslim relates on the authority of Abu Sa`id (radhiallahu `anhu) that the Prophet sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam said, "Whoever sees something evil should change it with his hand. If he cannot, then with his tongue; and if he cannot do even that, then in his heart. That is the weakest degree of faith."

  19. Chair Overseeing the smooth running of the ISOC. Providing leadership for the members of the ISOC. Representing the Islamic society during official/non‐official events. Contacting The College to solve any problems or issues facing the society and/or the members. Convening and chairing committee meetings. Being the primary point of contact for the society. Setting the aims and objectives of the ISOC. Overseeing committee communication with members and other Islamic societies in Ireland. Inviting external speakers when required after obtaining The College’s approval. This can be delegated to the secretary if required

  20. Chair

  21. Vice-Chair Sisters Representing the female members of the Islamic society, this representation  is within The College. If she is to represent the ISOC female members outside The College it has to be done in coordination with the chair person. Voicing the problems of the female members to the committee and  suggesting the best way to fulfill/overcome them. Participating with the committee in deciding which events would the female members be interested in having and obtain a feedback on them. Holds regular meetings with the subcommittees that organize events for female members and check the work progress. Keeping the chair informed with any society update

  22. Vice-Chair Sisters

  23. Vice-Chair Brothers Providing support to the president in all issues relating to the running of ISOC. Conducting day to day activities and be aware of any problem facing the society and reporting them to the chair. Establish sub‐committees and lead projects on behalf of the society. Holds regular meetings with the sub‐committees and check the work progress. Taking executive decisions and serving as the first point of contact for the society in the event of the chair being absent. Keeping the chair informed with any society update

  24. Vice-Chair Brothers

  25. General Secretary Writing the minutes of each committee meeting and keep a record of it and any other society templates/forms to represent when required. Preparing the agenda of each committee meeting before hand and inform all committee members of it. Keeping and update the annual plan of activities. Participate in committee decisions Keeping an updated data base of all society members contact details, and be responsible for contacting  members in all events. Booking venues for committee meetings and for all events.  Responsible for obtaining leaflets and posters of various kinds and representing them to  The College for approval to be spread in campus as appropriate. Keeping the chair informed with any society updates

  26. General Secretary

  27. Treasurer Report the account statement to the committee on regular bases. Keeping financial records of all events during the year and report them to The  College. Monitoring and carrying out day‐to‐day financial duties of the society. Submitting forms for financial transactions related to ISOC activities. Forecasting and budgeting for each activity mentioned in the annual plan after consulting the committee. Preparing the annual financial report for the AGM by the end of the year. Producing the annual budget proposal before The College. Keeping the chair informed with any society updates

  28. Treasurer

  29. Congratulations!

  30. Other Important Positions! These positions are places for ISOC members who want to be apart of ISOC, doing da’wah but feel that the responsibility of having a “position” or a “title” of president or Secretary is too great. IF YOU FEEL THAT WAY…THEN HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.

  31. Charity week Officer 1. Coordinates the activities & vision for charity week in RCSI 2. Organises a team of volunteers from all backgrounds 3. Delegates tasks and lists timetable for activities 4. Liases with FOSIS Ireland Campaign officers for any updates & concerns. 5. Accountable by RCSI ISOC syura for donation collections. 6. Does extensive research about charity week activities during the summer break and present to the majlis a proposed plan of action with ideas.

  32. Welfare Officer/Sports Officer 1. Ensures that prayer rooms, toilets are kept up to date in terms of cleaning, hygiene & sanity. 2. Ensures that halal food is served in the canteen and that the preparotary stages is in line with Islamic principles 3. Liases with building servies & student services with issues in regards to prayer rooms & toilets. 4. Overseeing the items belonging to ISOC in the prayer rooms and discarding anything depreciated et al. 5. Addresses any student affairs related issue from the students to the ISOC. 6. Attends regular meetings of societies union and keeps in touch with students union. 7. Tries to oversee regular evenets for members if posisble and feasible. 8. Arranges an outdoor freshers event during the begining of semester.

  33. Discover Islam Week Officer 1. Coordinates the activities & vision for DIW in RCSI 2. Organises a team of volunteers from all Muslim nationalities 2. Attends dawaah courses and seminars, illustrates to the majlis & volunteers on 3. Does extensive research over the summer via net into ISOCs across UK & MSA's across USA & Canada on successful strategies of IAW/DIW. 4. Comes up with proposed list of effective & creative activities for IAW/DIW & present to the majlis 5. Reports back to the FOSIS Ireland IAM/DIW coordinator.

  34. Tarbiyyah Officer • Freshers Week Officer • Beaumont Representative

  35. Student Union are opening voting for: BEST SOCIETY OF THE YEAR We hope you will agree that the Islamic Society provides a wide variety of events for all students. Whether it is Charity Dinners, Community Projects, Sporting Events (with FOSIS), Debates; There is something for almost everyone. BEST  SOCIETY PERSON BEST SOCIETY EVENT Charity Week 2010 raised the most money out of all the Islamic Societies, over 6000€ Alhamdulilah!! FOSIS UK raised over 100,000€ this year and the money has already been allocated to helping orphans in Chechnya, Pakistan, Kenya and other nations across the world.

  36. Closing Remarks Du’a

  37. Barkallahu Feekum Ajma3een Ukkul. Makan. Comer. Eat.