Dr. Mozammel Haque Expansion of the Two Holy Mosques was given top priority by King Abdul Aziz and his successors for the service of Islam and Muslims. They were aware that Holy Mosque could not support the growing numbers of worshippers and also overseeing the well-being of the pilgrims undertaking the annual Hajj. The implementation of the expansion projects aimed at enabling pilgrims, Umrah performers and visitors of the Holy Places to perform their rituals in comfort and ease. A long and glorious tradition of expansion surrounds the Haram Mosque, dating back to 638 AD, when the increasing number of conversions to Islam led the second Caliph, Umar Ibn Al-Khattab, to develop the site.
You are invited to an
Introduction to Islam & the Muslim Culture Course
Cultural Competency Training – FREE
With the increasing number of terrorist attacks associated with Islam across the globe, the constant negative portrayal of Islam in the Media, and the current issues relating to Relationship Sex Education in Schools and the LGBT community; isn’t it time to learn more about Islam and Muslims from authentic sources? Here is the opportunity!
Venue: Muslim World League
46 Goodge Street, London. W1T 4LU
Date: to be agreed Time: 9:30am to 4.00pm
Includes: lunch, information pack & visit to Mosque
Over 19,500 people throughout the UK have now attended this highly informative and successful course.
The course is delivered by Kaushar Tai, Management and Training Consultant, and is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about Islam & the Muslim culture. Read more…
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.
Dr Ahmad Makhdoom, the Regional Director of MWLLO, explains that; this project initially started on Ramadan 1995 delivering 650 iftar meals per day to Muslim World League mosque visitors and nearby university students such as UCL and SOAS and members of the community. Read more…