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Our prayer times for
Mon 29 May 2017
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  As part of an ongoing conversation with London's faith communities, the ...
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The Islam Awareness Project and East London Mosque will be hosting a free exhibition and open day for members ...
An excellent opportunity has arisen to work on the archives at London's most oldest Mosque. We are see...
  Following a landmark meeting with the OneVoice movement at the London Muslim Centre (LMC) in ...
This year's Umrah Seminar (Talim) will take place in Bangla and English by Shaykh Abdul Qayum on the followi...
  During an exclusive visit to the London Muslim Centre in Whitechapel, the Chief Justice to Rwand...
Tan Sri Dato' Azman Mokhtar, the highly successful managing director of Khazanah Nasional Berhad (the Malaysia...
Individuals claiming to be self-styled ‘Muslim patrols’ have been harassing members of the pu...
On Friday 30th November 2012 the East London Mosque launched its Friday Giving campaign. All mosques bene...
ELM Womens Link and Rainbow House Children's Centre (RHCC) are working in Partnership to deliver activ...
  On Saturday 13 October 2012, leaders of hospices and Muslim communities came together for a land...
This year the International Day of Peace, which is marked each year on 21 September, falls on a Friday. Isla...
An exciting new mobile phone app has been launched for the East London Mosque! It is available for FREE to d...
On Tuesday 12th June at the London Muslim Centre (East London), a number of organisations large and small ...
We would like to thank all those who helped make the Run 4 Your Mosque fundraising campaign and event a huge ...
  The President of the International Court of Justice has appeared at an exclusive event at the Lo...
The Daily Telegraph has today published corrections in both its newspaper and online editions correcting all...
This year's first issue of the EMEL magazine charts the success of the East London Mosque. The East London M...
The East London Mosque is featured in an article by BBC London News. Detailing some of its one hundred year ...
In a first of its kind event, prominent scholars and leaders speak out against domestic abuse. The London Muslim Centre is helping to facilitate this discussion with Khalil Foundation, Ebrahim College, Nour DV, Sunna Marriages and Awaan to advice victims where to find help and enable people in the community to take pro-active action to support others.

Imams and scholars will be making it clear domestic abuse in its many forms is not acceptable within the Islamic faith, nor is it acceptable from a cultural point of view. The event is open to all.

Sat 16th March, 6.30 to 9.30PM, London Muslim Centre (1st Floor), 46 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JX.

Event Speakers include:
• Shaykh Shafi Chowdhury
• Dilowar Hussain Khan
• Shaykh Ahmed Saad
• Imam Abdullah Hasan
• Shaykh Shams Ad-Duha Muhammad

For further information contact:
info@servehumanity.co.uk
07948 875 994

Imams Against Domestic Abuse - 16 Mar 2013