Friday Prayer

O you who believe! Come to the remembrance of Allah

Muslim World League London Office holds only one Friday prayer. The Friday prayer starts with Khutba which take roughly 25 minutes fallowed by the prayer.

Winter time (End of October to End of March): Friday Khutba starts at 1.00pm.
Summer time (End fo March to end of October): Friday Khutba starts at 1.15pm.

Note: In pursuance of health and safety regulations and the requirements of Fire Brigade Dept, the main door is closed when all floors of the building are full.

The Imams or khatibs of the Friday prayer are:

  • First Friday : Dr. Ahmed Saifuddin
  • Second Friday : Sheikh. Suhayb Hassan
  • Third Friday :Sheikh. Mohammed Zarzor
  • Fourth Friday : Sheikh. Haytham Tamim
May 23 2017

The Muslim World league London Office strongly condemns the heinous act on Manchester arena on the evening of Monday 22 May 2017. Those who carried out this cowardly act are the worst enemy of humanity. We express our condolence to those who lost their beloved ones and our thoughts are Read more…

May 19 2017

The Muslim World League warns those engaged in Islamic work in general, that a number of centres, organisations, institutions and forums all over the world claims to be active in the field of knowledge, Islamic thought and work.

Many of them administer their offices only on internet and in the social media, with no physical one in reality. Fake or suspicious organisations have been established to grab money or to finance the terrorism or to support some extremist views or political or partisan views or to gain support for their particular agenda. Read more…

May 23 2017

The Muslim World league London Office strongly condemns the heinous act on Manchester arena on the evening of Monday 22 May 2017. Those who carried out this cowardly act are the worst enemy of humanity. We express our condolence to those who lost their beloved ones and our thoughts are Read more…

May 19 2017

The Muslim World League warns those engaged in Islamic work in general, that a number of centres, organisations, institutions and forums all over the world claims to be active in the field of knowledge, Islamic thought and work.

Many of them administer their offices only on internet and in the social media, with no physical one in reality. Fake or suspicious organisations have been established to grab money or to finance the terrorism or to support some extremist views or political or partisan views or to gain support for their particular agenda. Read more…

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