We are blessed to a have a large team of dedicated volunteers, who help us put on the amazing events that we do. To join this team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (Brothers) or email@example.com (Sisters)
Click on our profiles below to find out more about your committee!
Zakariya MouyerVice-President Brother
Shamena QureshiVice-President Sister
Maymunah MalikVice-President Student Affairs
Salma RanaGeneral Secretary
Zahra AliHead of Publicity
Muhammad EssaGeneral Committee Brother
Hussam AlhakimGeneral Committee Brother
Akram Abdel GadirGeneral Committee Brother
Muhammad Hazman HussinGeneral Committee Brother
Mustafah KaziGeneral Committee Brother
Rizwan SabeerGeneral Committee Brother
Sidra AkramGeneral Committee Sister
Amina IsmailGeneral Committee Sister
Siti Nur Izzaty Binti Nor IzuddinGeneral Committee Sister
Hana JafarGeneral Committee Sister
Maira MalikGeneral Committee Sister
Maliha MomoGeneral Committee Sister
Eemaan MemonGeneral Committee Sister
Noor MajidGIFT Project Lead
Maalek ChattiEx-Officio Brother
Sarah AbdelrahmanEx-Officio Sister
“Asalaamualaykum Warahmatullah Wabaratahu!!!!
My name is Zakariya and I’m a 2nd Year Medic (there isn’t enough of us imo).
I am the current vice-president brother for the most SaVaGe ISoc in the U.K.
My supposed job description is this:
- to be a ‘point-of-contact’ for all the lads on campus, having your development and growth as a Muslim at heart
- aid the president in the continual development of the society and its visions/aims
- represent the ISoc in all the ways, and by extension Islam
But what I really am is the ‘go-to-brother’ for anything you need.
Things I can do for you:
- Boost your KD from a 0.5 to 2.0+
- Take you out on the phatest halal sesh you’ll ever go on
- Make you the best tea you’ve ever drunk
- Teach you how to incorrectly palpate for a cardiac heave and fail your OSCE.
- Be a savage
- Show you de wae
Things I cannot do:
- Boost your 2:1 to a first
- Not cry when watching the ending of Toy Story 3
- Be moist
- Be annoying/uncool
- Pass a fatwah
- Eat only one fatayer, the sunnah comes in threes, and so do fatayers.
Fun facts about me: I am somali at heart, it is a sin to eat rice without a banana in my book
Secret Talent: I have smoother hair than Sami and I am far hencher than Zaidi.”
“Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmahtullahi wa barakatu,
My name is Shamena and I am NOT!! a medic, but if you say Middle Eastern Studies fast enough it kinda sounds like medicine. Yeah, I didn’t capitalise medicine. I’m from London so I can’t help but say ‘bare’ at any given moment. That being said I’m bare nerdy: I like playing video games, reading manga and watching anime. :/
My favourite quote would have to be “if you’re not laughing, you’re crying” by Shamena Qureshi™. My secret talent is that I can perfectly imitate a trumpet. If I was an emoji I’d be the cool sunglasses emoji because I’m totally NOT a loser!!
I’m Maymunah, your VPSA for this academic year! Currently I am studying Medicine with European Studies. InshAll*h this year, my aims are to inspire confidence and proactivity within the Muslim community when it comes to representation and politics. As a born and raised Mancunian, I am overjoyed to welcome you to the home of the greatest Premier League team in history, Manchester City. Aside from arguing with united fans, I am fond of debating, archery and am learning (or at least attempting to learn) Swedish.”
“Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. My name is Salma and I am a final year Psychology student. I am very excited to be your Gen Sec this year. ISOC is a true passion of mine and has genuinely benefitted me in more ways than I can express. I can only hope to give back this year, for the sake of Allah swt, and help towards making your ISOC experience the most beneficial, inshaAllah.
I love too many things to list on here but at the top of my mind, my interests include reading, writing, traveling and chasing countless dreams. If you see me around (probably at the library, drinking too much tea), be sure to say hi.”
“Course- Politics, Philosophy and Economics (basically everything)
Year of Study- Year 2Asalaamualaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu
I pray this benefit you and me.
Imagine having the ultimate vision that you want to fulfil, and in the process of fulfilling it, you
obtain everything else you want.
Imagine being surrounded with people who have the ultimate vision, and in the process of them
fulfilling it, they obtain everything else they want, even though everything else they want could be
vastly different to what you want.
Dreams and passion have always inspired me. Through the events, atmosphere, and people that you
encounter through the Islamic Society and University, In Sha Allah, you can achieve this ultimate
vision and the other things you wish for.
If you wonder how I have the audacity to make such a claim, know that as you come closer to
attaining your ultimate vision, your wants will change so that you are satisfied with what you have.”
I’m Zahra and I’m a third year dental student. In my spare time I enjoy complaining about the proportion of medics on this year’s team, defending the North in debates against southerners and browsing through the widely-loved ‘halal memes for jannah-minded teens’.
I look forward to serving you to the best of my ability inshaAllah! If you ever need anything please get in touch, I’d be glad to help,
– your sister in Islam“
Akram Abdel Gadir
“I’m Akram, a third year electronic engineering student. I’m from London and originally from Sudan. I actually transferred here after attending a conference with the ISoc. “
Muhammad Hazman Hussin
My name is Mustafah and I am about to start my fourth year studying medicine.
A bit about myself: I like to play sports, cook all sorts of different foods, read, play ps4 and go to the gym. My favourite sports are football, badminton, tennis, skiing and volleyball but I will give anything a go.
My dream when I am older is to run a restaurant in my free time but apparently, I have to get a “real” job first.
If you see me around on campus be sure to come over and say salaam and I hope that together we can make this year a fun filled, exciting and inspiring ISOC year!
“Every act of goodness is a charity, even if it is just a smile”- Prophet Muhammad PBUH”
“I am a second year Economics student. My journey to ISoc started through some good friends like most people. The things that I have learned through ISoc have been life changing which is one of the reasons why I joined ISoc, so I can offer others a chance to experience what I experienced. Reading is an inconsistent hobby of mine. I am not a gym lad by any stretch but I do enjoy a “sesh’ of ‘pumping the iron’ a few times a week and a kick-about every now and then. I don’t have any hidden talents to share, if I have a hidden talent, all I can say is, it is really good at hiding.”
I’m Sidra and I’m a third year pharmacy student.
Often mistaken for being from Bradford (no idea why) so just to clarify I am LEEDS born and bred.
I do have other interests apart from attending the majority of isoc events.
Like the gym! Which I kept up for a solid two months #gainz
I happen to be a very entertaining Articulate player so hmu for a game.
Known for being a proud Toba Tek Singhian.. I am yet to meet someone who actually knows what this means. “
Siti Nur Izzaty Binti Nor Izuddin
I’m Maira, a second year medic from Liverpool, which means I can’t talk without someone commenting on my (very slight) scouse accent. Outside of library-hopping, I love following the football (supporting LFC of course!) and I train in Taekwondo. Attending ISoc and FOSIS events is also right up there with my fave things to do.“
My name is Maliha, I’m currently in my second year of Medicine at the University – yes you read that right, another Medic! This year I am one of your Sisters’ Committee officers and I hope to do this role justice i’A.
So, a bit about myself; I’m a 19-year-old who gets questioned twice about their age before people accept my answer. The standard response is “No, you can’t be? You look 14!” Moving on, the coffee life chose me and I’m always up for a coffee trip, just come find me.
On a more serious note, I love meeting and befriending new people, I enjoy trying to learn a different language, reading and writing – not about myself; I’m currently finding this very difficult to do, so I’m going to end this here
Feel free to get in contact and I’ll try my very best to help i’A! “
I love writing, am scared of spicy food and have a qualification in British Sign Language!”