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What is Virtual Ramadan?

Since we cannot all be together for Ramadan, ISoc has decided to try and reproduce the excitement and community spirit that we otherwise would’ve had in Ramadan. What we needed was something to increase your spirituality and keep you connected with your ISoc friends all whilst everyone is stuck in isolation. Enter Virtual Ramadan. All the events and activities you need, all online.

What is Virtual Ramadan?

Since we cannot all be together for Ramadan, ISoc has decided to try and reproduce the excitement and community spirit that we otherwise would’ve had in Ramadan. What we needed was something to increase your spirituality and keep you connected with your ISoc friends all whilst everyone is stuck in isolation. Enter Virtual Ramadan. All the events and activities you need, all online.

What we’re doing

Webinars

We’ve got an array of speakers from CMC and more talking about a range of Islamic topics. Just grab a computer and join us on Zoom!

Halaqahs

We all loved the group discussions that we had last year, so we’re doing it again, all online.

Quran Circles

What better time to improve your Tajweed then a lockdown Ramadan? We have Tajweed classes tailored to the people of different levels.

And that’s just 3 of the events we have planned…

Find out more

Welcome to ISoc


ISoc was created to serve the social, spiritual and academic needs of Muslim students, and, most importantly, to foster feelings of brotherhood and sisterhood amongst each other. The result is a vibrant and inclusive society which is based on our mutual beliefs and strengthened by our friendship. Absolutely everyone is welcome, whether you’re Muslim, interested in Islam or simply looking for a friendly face!

About us

New Freshers


If you’re starting at Cambridge in October, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ve got a great community of guys and girls who’d be happy to help you move in, answer any questions you might have, and invite you to the myriad halal dinners and social events that we put on.

If you’re interested, we can also add you to our mass WhatsApp group – generally, whenever any of us make plans to hang out at someone’s college, chill in the prayer room, or visit a restaurant, we change the title of the group to reflect the activity (eg: “GBK 8pm, everyone come”). This open-invite system means you can be as little or as greatly involved as you like – no strings, no pressure, just a fun, inclusive community.

Freshers guide

Blog

With our Blog reinstated, check out the articles our members have posted!

All Articles