The word iman is an Islamic term usually translated into English as personal "belief or reasoned faith". This site is an introductory site about Islam as revealed in the Qur'an and according to the Sunnah. For people interested in furthering their knowledge and understanding of Islam this site includes an introduction to the concepts and beliefs central to Islam, explanations on how to pray, supplications, dua and more in depth articles regarding matters such as Islamic dress and the Verdicts of Fasting as well as information about Islam in New Zealand, FIANZ prayer timetables for 19 New Zealand cities and towns (including a mobile friendly version showing today and tomorrow's prayer times) and listings of New Zealand Islamic Centres & Masajid.

Supplicating Pilgrim at Masjid Al Haram Mecca
Supplicating Pilgrim at Masjid Al Haram Mecca - Photo by Ali Imran & made available under Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 license

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New Zealand is a small, democratic nation in the South West Pacific Ocean and is home to around 4 million people. Like all early New Zealanders the Muslim community was initially comprised of immigrants with the first Muslims being 15 Chinese gold diggers recorded in the 1874 census. Since then our ethnically diverse community, with origins in more than 40 countries, including many 2nd & 3rd generation, New Zealand born Muslims, Maori and Pakeha has grown to 57,276 out of the nation's population of 4,699,755 as recorded in the 2018 census.

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