Muslim Association of Ireland invites you to Eid Day Party at the National Basketball Arena at Tymon Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24 at 11am, featuring treats and fun for all the family. Entrance is €10 per family. For further details see the leaflet or contact the MAI office.
Kids club of the MAI is delighted to announce its summer camp for kids ages 7-12 starting from 18th July 2016 for three weeks.
The camp will run on three days per week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am-4pm at the cost of €30 per...
Muslim Association of Ireland wishes to announce that the holy month of Ramadan will commence tomorrow Monday 6th June 2016. Wishing all Muslims Ramadan Mubarak! The Isha prayer will be combined with Taraweeh and offered at 11pm.
Muslim Association of Ireland held monthly women's gathering on Tuesday the 12th of April 2016. The month's gathering was about Sudan which highlighted the history and culture of Sudan
Youth Club of the Muslim Association of Ireland was very busy during the Easter break, featuring various activities for both girls and boys, including horse riding and jump zone outings for girls and football and lecture for boys.
Muslim Association of Ireland Girls Club invites you to the 'Saddle up and ride on over' horse riding event at Rathfarnham Equestrian Centre on Wednesday, 23rd March 2016 from 12pm-2pm.
Muslim Association of Ireland took part in a conference on Islamophobia in Ireland organised by the Immigration Council of Ireland.
On 21 Jan 2015 MAI participated in a social and cultural gathering of the Immigration Council of Ireland, celebrating diversity of Muslim cultures.
On 18th January 2016, the Muslim Association of Ireland organised a lecture on the theme of Youth and Dawa'a, which was very interesting and well attended.
We, the MAI condemn in the strongest terms the heinous attacks and series of explosions that rocked the city of Paris on Friday night 13th November 2015 resulting in the loss of innocent lives.
The women group of the Social Department of MAI has scheduled to deliver a series of events highlighting the importance of integration and communication between communities in the society. This event is FREE and it is open to both Muslim and Non-Muslim women interested in integration.
The Muslim Association of Ireland organised a two days activities for young girls during the mid-term break in October. The first day contained a number of lectures on Islamic topics of interest while the second day