Doha Mosque & Islamic Center

An Islamic community center for all located near the University of Bradford. Women's prayer area available.

August 18, 2022
Fajr Iqamah

5:00 am

Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr4:38 am 5:00 am
Sunrise5:47 am
Dhuhr1:11 pm 1:30 pm
Asr5:09 pm 5:30 pm
Maghrib8:30 pm 8:35 pm
Isha9:42 pm 10:00 pm

* Jummah starts at 1:00pm In Sha Allah.

Welcome to Doha

About Us

Doha Mosque serves a diverse Muslim community in Bradford. The community includes Muslims of Arab, Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi, East African, Turkish, Kurdish, Afghan, Middle Eastern and Bosnian origin amongst others. All are welcome at Doha.
If you're looking to learn more about Islam and what a Muslim is, you are welcome to attend or click here to learn more.

Events & Classes

Children's Creative Learning

Lectures & Gatherings

Children's Arabic School

Friday Sermon @ 1pm

Basic Islamic Beliefs

As Muslims, we believe Allah has revealed to us through His Qur'an, which are the perfectly preserved words of Allah Almighty Himself. Within the Qur'an, Allah tells us that He has created Angels, who are honoured and perfected. Before the creation of mankind, Allah had also created another creation known as the Jinn. We believe in this as it was revealed to us in the Qur'an.
Belief in Angels & Jinn
Allah places great emphasis on us as Muslims and non-Muslims to reflect on our existence, and to be concious of Him. Allah informs us of a Day where we will all be gathered before Him to be judged in regards to the deeds we put fourth. No benefit will wealth, status or children be to anyone on that Day — except for those who died in submission (as Muslims).
Belief in Day of Judgement
In Islam, we believe in one God who has no equal and is incomparable. We believe He has no son nor any partners, and that He is perfect in ability and He alone has the right to be worshipped. He alone created the Angels, the Jinn, Mankind, the Heavens, the Earth and all that we see. Allah has told us about some of His beautiful names and attributes in the Qur'an.
Belief in Allah (God)
Allah is the Creator, the Sustainer, the All-Knowing. He knows us better than we know ourselves. Out of His Mercy, He has blessed us with Prophets and Messengers, may peace be upon them, such as Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and many more with Muhammad being the final Messegner. We believe all these Prophets and Messengers came with the same core message — to believe in Allah alone, establish worship and prepare for the Day of Judgement. By definition of the word, they were all Muslim (because they submit their will to the Creator—Allah).
Belief in the Prophets & Messengers