Religious Wing

Religious Wing

Conduct classes/umra service/Ramadan programs.


Allah : Literally, “The God.” Muslims use this Arabic term as the proper name for God. Muslims view Allah as the Creator and Sustainer of everything in the universe, who is transcendent, has no physical form, and has no associates who share in His divinity.

Islam has a long tradition of scholarship. In this review we look at several aspects of lslamic learning. They are introduced to the Islamic religious class organized by KMCC. Where people  begin to understand and practice the  religious education by studying the QURAN.  The highly qualified  scholars who presents a study material and speaks about the historical evolution of Islam and its directions.

Attendees will watch and discuss the speeches and do further questions and answer.

participant will be able to:

  • Explain what is Islam and its message.
  • Recognize the centrality of the Qur’an in Muslim education;
  • Understand that within any given religion, religious education practices
  • Identify and describe of learning in the Muslim world;
  • Describe the links between astronomy and Ramadan;
  • Recognize the significant contributions that Muslims have made to science and mathematics;
  • Prepare a presentation highlighting Islam’s emphasis on scholarship and learning
  • Construct knowledge and understanding of  religions.
  • Encourage  interactive and experiential activities



Modern day cultures and religions have many different facets to each of them.   In the Islamic culture, the holy month of Ramadan is one of the most important and anticipated cultural events of the year.   On the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar all Muslims abstain from activities that would normally be deemed appropriate.   These activities include the practices of fasting, prayer and reading from the Quran.

Ramadan marks one of the most significant events in Islamic culture.   It is the anniversary of Allah revealing the first verses of the Quran to the prophet Muhammad that is in Ramadan.  This holy month is presented as sort of a ritual initiation into adult life. During this time of observance it is common  Muslims greet one another by saying “Ramadan Kareem,” which means, “May Ramadan be bountiful”.   During Ramadan, every responsible and fit Muslim should fast, pray and read Quran.   If there is failure to observe without reasonable excuse it is considered a sin in front of Allah.

Fasting during Ramadan is just one of the facets of the holy month.   Islamic culture believes that there is much spiritual meaning behind fasting.  It teaches man the principle of sincere love, it is an effective lesson applied to moderation and willpower, it equips man with a creative sense of hope and an optimistic outlook on life and that it imbues in man the genuine virtue of effective devotion, honest dedication and closeness to Allah.   Not only do Muslims abstain from food and drink during the fast but they also must abstain from sexual intercourse and quarrels or fights as well.

KMCC  do the iftar arrangement for a considerable size of people during  Ramadan as part of our commitment towards the society and arrange the Islamic speeches by the highly reputed scholars as well.