Introducing Islamic Culture to Non-Muslims
About This Initiative
Understanding diverse cultures has become increasingly important as we are increasingly living in a global village which consists of people from diverse linguistic, religious and cultural backgrounds. Muslims represent the largest faith group after Christianity in Britain and also globally.
MWLLO facilitated AKSAA a market leader in Islamic Awareness Training to provide Islamic Cultural courses and programs in its premises
More About the Project
Objective of this initiative
- To have a better understanding of basic Islamic beliefs & practices
- To have
bebetter Informed regarding the background to Muslims
- To help clear up misconceptions on Islam
- To have discussions and case studies
It is intended for
Non-Muslim public, private and voluntary sector professionals working with Muslims in the community, or as customers and clients, including:
- Local authority workers, including Senior Managers, Policy makers & Councillors, Healthcare workers, Social workers & Community/childcare workers.
- Anyone wishing learn more about Islam and the Muslim culture.
- Police, Fire and Ambulance Services, Hospital and Prison Chaplaincy Services.
- Schools, Colleges and Universities
Muslim World League London Office
46 Goodge Street,
London, W1T 4LU,
020 7636 7568
Get In Touch
Is the Mosque open every day?
Yes, the mosque is open everyday during the five prayer times
What is the office hour?
Office hour is from 10 am to 5pm during the weekdays only.
How many Jummah Prayers do you have?
We have only one Jummah prayer and it is during 1 to 2 pm. Please see the home page
Do you have Women prayer room?
Yes, we have women prayer room in the ground floor near the entrance. We also have separte women toilet and wudo room in the basement.
Do you have Arabic and Quran classes?
Yes, the mosque have various programs all around the week.
We have speacial Arabic and Quran teaching class for children in the weekend.
For more information please email or contact Mr. Fathi for this regard.