Tag: LONDON

Current Affairs 6 Min Read

Britain’s first ever Turkish mosque at risk of closing

Do you know about the London mosque that has links to an Ottoman princess? Masjid Ramadan in Hackney is fighting for its survival.

News 5 Min Read

Londoners discover Qur’ān in iERA billboard campaign

The two-week iERA initiative took place amid tense conditions for Muslims, in Palestine and increasingly so in the UK.

Obituary 3 Min Read

Condolences upon passing of Shaykh Abu Ahmad Hifzur Rahman

The long-serving Imam of Darul Ummah Jame' Masjid has passed away; may Allah have mercy upon him.

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Police presence boosted following London mosque knife incident

An "erratic" knife-wielding man entered a London mosque on Tuesday; police have made a swift arrest.

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Sarah Everard: Failed by the System

From the entire female population, it could have been any of us. But it was Sarah Everard, the young woman from London who was tragically murdered by the ruthless maniac PC Wayne Couzens.

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Streatham attack: split personality or just ignorance?

Moazzam Begg on the #Streatham knife attack

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Muslim student helped deliver newborn at Tube station

Medical student was first to respond and said it was a panicked situation…

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What’s the problem with Women-only train carriages?

Shadow Minister Chris Williamson and MP for Derby North is being censured for his comments on the proposed implementation of women-only carriages on trains. After sharing statistics on the rise of sexual assaults Williamson said, “It would be worth consulting about it,” Williamsom told PoliticsHome. “It was pooh-poohed, but these statistics

[Sh Haitham] Khutba for Eid al-Fitr

This Ramadān has been full of ups and downs for our community. Sh Haitham discusses the victories and challenges this Ramadān in his 1438 Eid al-Fitr Khutba...

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London Inferno: A tale of two cities

Laughing with your friends as you walk back from the night prayer. Looking forward to seeing your wife and then eating the suhūr together. Perhaps letting your mind wander to what you should buy for your children’s Eid presents. Suddenly you see hint of a flame in the distance. Your