This is the committee responsible for the activities and running of Masjid As-Subul:
IMI Masjid As-Subul Majlis
Event developer and stakeholder recruitment. Asma Bhol enjoys reading and writing poetry especially derived from Urdu, Arabic, Sufi and Persian history. She also takes joy in learning about different cultures but is mostly intrigued by the way the world has been created and all of its individual creations. This only extends into her love for Islam and therefore actively participates in events and works of progressive Muslims that supports to broaden her understanding and knowledge this includes re-learning the Qur’an. Asma believes that spirituality is integral to ones wellbeing and development and thus strongly supports IMIs commitment to enhancing safe, spiritual spaces for everyone.
Farouk A. Peru
Farouk A. Peru is an academic and Ph.D. candidate in Islam and Postmodernism and teaches Islamic Studies at King’s College, London. His interests include the study of Quran according to its author. He is an Islamicist who focuses on Islam as a world study, Islamofacism and Quranist Islam.
Halima Gosai Hussain
Chair. Halima Gosai has worked for Muslim organisations of varying perspectives for over 10 years. Participation in a mixed gender prayer led by a female Imam resulted in a period of considerable introspection for Halima, and ultimately toward adopting a progressive, inclusive,liberal Islamic tradition. Since then she has struggled to find peace in orthodox Muslim spheres. She has a degree in Philosophy & Theology from King's College London and an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from SOAS, where her research focused on alternative interpretative methodologies of the Quran.
Media Manager & Events Organiser. Hassan Wanini is a student of the Open University studying for a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
Volunteer manager at IMI. Latifa is project manager at the charity Maslaha where she leads on their work around gender equality and Muslim women. Latifa holds an LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice from SOAS University and wrote her thesis on Islamic feminisms. She was formerly a correspondent at Today's Zaman newspaper in Istanbul.
Social media, promotions & Website content manager. Naima Khan is an arts journalist, editor and mentor. She has an interest in the ways artists can contribute to our understanding of socio-politics and our collective histories. She also works with Arts Emergency to increase young people's access to the arts.
Dr. Sonia Wilson
Newsletter editor & Medical advisor. Dr. Sonia Wilson is a medical doctor currently working somewhere in the NHS. Her interests include cultural diversity within Islamic communities, including the experiences of second generation immigrants and converts, the roles of women and Islamic spirituality.
Network manager. Tehmina Kazi has been Director of British Muslims for Secular Democracy since May 2009. The organisation aims to promote civic engagement among Muslims, as well as combating extremism and Islamophobia. Tehmina was shortlisted for Cosmopolitan Magazine's "Ultimate Women of the Year Awards 2011" in the "Campaigner" category for her work.