Exhibition

Muslim World League Permanent Exhibition

Muslim World League London office (MWLLO) has established a permanent exhibition at third and fourth floors of its premises which is open for public. The exhibition materials mainly comprise of posters on different Islamic themes, particularly those under the title ‘Discover Islam’

Any group of students or civil servants or the general public interested in visiting the exhibition to enhance their knowledge about Islamic faith and its fundamentals is warm welcome. However, booking an appointment will help the MWLLO to engage one of its staff members for conducting the guided tour, explaining the contents and answering the queries.

Latest News

Jun 3 2019

This Ramadan, the regional office of Muslim World League in London is celebrating five hundred thousand iftar meal (Ramadan meals) on the occasion of its 24th anniversary of Public Iftar Project in London.

The regional office of Muslim World League in London distributes more than 30,000 iftar meals each Ramadan for the last 24 years in London.

This year commemorates Muslim World League 24th anniversary for public Iftar project, offering iftar meals on a daily basis throughout the holy month of Ramadan. Read more…

Apr 23 2019

MAKKAH, Saudi Arabia, April 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Muslim World League expressed its condemnation and denunciation of the series of terrorist attacks in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, including at churches and hotels, killing and injuring dozens of innocent people.

His Excellency, the Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Chairman of the Board of the International Organization of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Bin Abdulkarim Alissa said that these atrocities reflect the terrorist evil that threatens everyone, without exception. Read more…

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Mar 15 2019
Mar 13 2017

Your Excellencies, Distinctive Guests,

We, Muslim World League are pleased to be with you today to talk about the topic

of this conference; however, to start with, a preamble is necessary to evoke the human history and  its chapters struggle:  religiously, politically, culturally  and ideologically; where- in many cases – the human civilisations have met with clash rather than rapprochement, dialogue and harmony, thus losing the chance to cooperate

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