Movement for Islamic Awareness Through Information Technology otherwise known as MIATIT is an Islamic organization with the primary of educating the mis-informed society regarding Islam by using information communication technology as the tool.
The organization which was founded in the year 2009 focuses primarily on the average Muslim youth. We are not an Asalatu group and thus membership is opened to all graduate and highly enlightened Muslims. Membership is drawn mainly from tertiary institutions and some corporate bodies. A member of MIATIT must be between 18 and 45 years of age.
Each member is expected to be computer literate and in any case where such a person is found not to be, the organization would assist in the training of such a person.
A forum solely dedicated to the Holy Month of Ramadan. Through this medium you learn more about Islam, particularly things relating to the Holy month as well as test your knowledge regarding Islam and also win gifts
This is an extension of the Ramadan Daily Quiz. Rather than wait till only when the Holy month beckons again, we test our Islamic knowledge on Fridays only and also win fantastic gifts and cash prizes.
This is a medium where members of the Islamic Ummah, particularly our members can request for duas and prayer assistance in relation to virtually anything from some of our in-house Islamic scholars .
Muslim Undergraduate-Graduate Training Scheme (MUGTS) is a project aimed at equipping the average Muslim youth to cope with the challenges posed by the 21st century, particularly in this part of the world.
The MIATIT Caring Group (TMCG) was born out of the need to be our brother’s keeper. The primary aim is to assist in catering for the financial needs of every registered member as well as those outside the platform, in our own little way.
Our membership is opened to ONLY Muslim youths both within and outside Nigeria who are either undergraduates, graduates or self-employed. We take computer literacy as a top priority as every registered member MUST be computer literate.
We welcome donations and support in any form from well meaning Nigerians in the Muslim community to assist us in successfully executing many of the lofty projects we have embarked upon.
A compendium of short essays, commenting on some of the ills bedeviling the Muslim community and solutions to some of these shortcomings, written by the National Coordinator of MIATIT.
Download Islamic lectures from top Islamic scholars across the globe like the renowned Dr. Bilal Philips. You can also download materials like e-books, audio files, video files and a host of others.
MIATIT is a unique Islamic organization which is out there basically to develop every Muslim in understanding Islam. Alihamdulilah for being a student of MIATIT. Jazakum Lahu Khairan
I need to confess, Miatit Intl has really done a lot in the life of we the participants and the society at large, the Ramadan quiz competition has really given us the opportunity to dabble into many things. We go into research of what we don’t know or not heard before, if we are right we would still be compensated despite the fact that it’s for our own good. Also, if we are wrong we would still be corrected and be rest assured that you win one day. I don't even know how to describe how this platform has really helped in gaining many things such as knowledge and money.
Please I want to implore every one of us to make use of this question and answer segment as a learning place. We all shouldn't see it as winning a recharge card or some sort. Please I implore us all. May Allah (SWT) make it easy for everyone of us.... Jazakumullah khayran to all the brain behind this...May Allah reward every one of us.
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