Welcome to the Finsbury Park Mosque

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About FPM

Located two minutes’ walk from Finsbury Park underground station, and close to the Emirates Football Stadium, the main 5-storey mosque complex was opened to the public in 1993, then known as North London Central Mosque, at a ceremony attended by HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.

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Hall Hire

FPM extend a very warm welcome to all hall-hirers and their guests. The team at FPM endeavour to make the experience at the Centre a pleasant, positive and inspiring one. The hall may be booked for up to a full day, subject to availability.

Pictures provided by Amy Smith Islington Tribune

Activities

At Finsbury Park Mosque, we have many activities for people from all walks of life. From classes to community gathering, you will explore and learn a lot when you join.

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“Responding to fear” event during Islamophobia Awareness Month

As part of the Islamophobia awareness month this November and in partnership with Mend and Islington Police, we organised a “Responding to fear” event after Friday prayer where around 70 women attended and watched Mend presentation and the Police Q & A session on how they should act and what steps they should take if

Young Women’s Self Defence Class

Finsbury Park Mosque in partnership with Jubba Youth and the support of the Mayor of London, are pleased to announce the new Young Women’s Self Defence Class for the ages between 14-21 year old. Every Thursday from 6-7PM at 20 Blackstock Road, Finsbury Park, London N4 2DW To register please contact Khadra Ahmed on  k.ahmed@jyca.org.uk Or 07432242104

From Friday 01-11-2019 Jumah khutbah starts 12:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

From Friday 01-11-2019 Friday khutbah starts 12:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque and Friday khutbah starts 12:15 at Muslim Welfare House

“Our Youth our future” conference at LCFC

Great youth conference at Leicester City Football Club on 12th  October 2019  by MCB under the title “Our youth our Future”, amazing venue and very diverse audience, impressive turnout and excellent presentations. Our head of youth Sadiq addressed the audience and delivered the Mosque’s presentation titled “Football, Mosques and Young People”.  

Pop-Up Sukkah Booth For All at Finsbury Park

Finsbury Park Mosque is participating with Faiths Forum for London and Islington Faiths Forum who are organising a Community wide  ‘Pop-Up Sukkah Booth for All” at Finsbury Park on Thursday, 17th of October from 4-6pm to coincide with the Jewish holiday of Sukkoth. The event will bring together people of all faiths and none to

The 2nd “Autism Hour” event at FPM

For the 2nd time, FPM organised an “Autism Hour” event in partnership with the Muslim Council of Britain. The Families enjoyed the activities which included an introduction about the five pillars of Islam, a short documentary on Autism from a religious perspective and a tour in the mosque which ended by listening to the call

FPM hosts the Chaplaincy Network for Pastoral, Spiritual, and Religious

Finsbury Park Mosque is pleased to host the national meeting of the Chaplaincy Network for Pastoral, Spiritual, and Religious Care in Health to discuss its development and progression. Representatives from different faiths attended the meeting and enjoyed the Mosque tour and the a brief introduction about the Mosque by its chair.  

FPM hosted an interfaith discussion on Climate change

We hosted a very interesting discussion about climate change between faith leaders in Islington and representatives from Extinction Rebellion to see ways of working together to spread awareness among our communities about climate change.  

Energy Saving Workshops at FPM

We are pleased to announce a series of DIY style solar panel workshops in conjunction with Galbur Foundation which will teach our local community about Solar Technology. The workshops will provide you with the right tool and knowledge to understand how such technology works and how to build a fully functioning small solar portable solar

Sisters’s graduation ceremony at FPM

Proud to have our sisters receiving their certificates from the Mosque during the graduation ceremony for reading and memorising part of the holly Quran to understand rules of tajweed with IJAZAH in Al-jazariya poem

1st Welwyn Scout Troop visit to FPM

We are pleased to have welcomed a group of around 20 girls and boys aged between 10-14 from 1st Welwyn Scout Troop (based in Welwyn village) with their leaders at the Mosque as part of their Faith Badges, where we had a tour and fruitful dialogue and conversation about the religion of Islam and the

Hate Crime awareness training at FPM

In partnership with MCB, we organised a “Hate Crime Training Workshop” to raise awareness of hate crime, its definitions and provide information and training about what members of the community should do if they witness or experience acts of hate crime. The training covered how to report hate crime, shedded light on how these types

Workshop for Supplementary schools teachers on Children behaviour at FPM

Around 30 teachers participated at the workshop organised by Finsbury Park Mosque’s school for teachers who work in supplementary schools to address two important points which usually face the teachers: 1- Understanding disruptive behaviour in the Classroom : Why it is often misunderstood 2- Why some of the children have anxiety and depression and how

Two years since the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park

Today marks two years since the Islamophobic attack in Finsbury Park, in which our worshiper Makram Ali was murdered and many others injured some with life changing. As hate crimes and in particular islamophobia in the rise, let’s continue to build the broadest response possible to Islamophobia and racism by getting united against bigotry and

Celebrating the Refugee Week at Finsbury Park Mosque

Celebrating the Refugee Week at Finsbury Park Mosque with speakers talking about the many positive contributions of refugees from all backgrounds and faiths in all spectrum of life, politically, socially and economically. Thanks to our guests speakers the Mayor of Islington Cllr Rakhia Ismail, the police Borough Commander Raj Kohli, the chair of Islington Faith

Around 100 guests attended our “Autism Hour” event

  Finsbury Park Mosque, in partnership with the National Autistic Society, held the first ever “Autism Hour” at a mosque. A huge amount of interest shown by the families and people attended. The adjustments made to welcome people on the Autism Spectrum were well received and appreciated. Alhamdulillah, everyone enjoyed the event and there were

Autism Hour at Finsbury Park Mosque

Finsbury Park Mosque, in conjunction with the National Autistic Society, will be organising the first ever “Autism Hour” at a mosque. Join us at this unique event on Sunday 16 June 2019 from 10.30am till 12 noon. Address: Finsbury Park Mosque 7-11 St. Thomas’s Road London N4 2QH Event is open to all, people of

More than two thousand people joined us at Street Iftar

For the 3rd year Since the terrorist attacked in Finsbury Park, we celebrated our diversity as Londoners when more than two thousand people from all faiths and communities joined the Muslim community at the Street Iftar outside our Mosque, fantastic atmosphere and excellent speeches by prominent guests including our local MP Jeremy Corbyn, Dominic Grieve

The Street Iftar 2019 is back outside FPM!

Following the amazing event last year, we are back this year to have a bigger and better Street Iftar. Last year over 2000 people attended and Jeremy Corbyn MP was one of many high profile speakers. This year we hope to have even more people attend as it is even more important. 2019 has already

Youth Football League in Islington by FPM

In Partnership with Jubba youth, we are determined to engage positively with our local youth through different projects, this time 60 young people in 6 teams took part in our 10-week football league at Whittington Park, we would like to thanks the Mayor of London and everyone who supported the league #YoungLondonersFund #Islington #JYCA #ForTheYouthByTheYouth

Ramadan Announcement 2019/1440AH

Finsbury Park Mosque is pleased to announce this Monday 6th of May is the first day of the holly Month of Ramadan, may Allah accept our fasting, prayers and charity.

Interfaith planting tree at Finsbury Park

Finsbury Park Mosque along with faith & community leaders joined the Mayors of the three boroughs (Islington, Haringey & Hackney) In remembrance to the victims of the terrorist attacks on different faiths around the world, most recently Christchurch, Sri Lanka and San Diego, in Finsbury Park to plant cherry trees at the park funded by

Ramadan Fasting Study at Finsbury Park Mosque

In partnership with Imperial College, we will be conducting a study on Ramadan fasting this year “Have you ever asked yourself what is the impact of Ramadan fasting on your well being?”  

Jumah (Friday) khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque From Friday 05-04-2019

A workshop on sexual education in Schools at FPM

An informative workshop discussing the new relationship & sexual education in Schools (RSE & SRE) at Finsbury Park Mosque Friday 29th March 6.30pm, all brothers and sisters are welcome

Welcoming the speaker of the House of Parliament John Bercow MP at FPM

Great to have the speaker of the House of Parliament RH John Bercow MP today with us addressing the congregation and the Muslim community about the horrific terrorist attack in #ChristchurchShooting what an inspirational speech, this is the kind of politicians the country needs who bring communities together not dividing them! He mentioned that one

Events of solidarity to the victims of Christchurch terrorist attack at FPM

Yesterday in solidarity with the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attacks on the two Mosques, our local MP Jeremy Corbyn, the Leader of the council Richard Watts and many councillors visited the Mosque during Friday prayers to give condolences and express solidarity and support to the Muslim community and the message was clear, we are

End the hostile environment public meeting at FPM

Mohammed Kozbar, The chair of the Mosque welcomed everybody and speakers addressed issues such as The refugees and deportations, the Windrush Scandal, Escalating School exclusions, Racism and Islamophobia. The message was clear, the challenge facing us all is huge, but together we can turn back the tide!

MARKING VISIT MY MOSQUE DAY, FPM WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY INTO ITS FOLDS

On Sunday 3rd March 2019, Finsbury Park Mosque along with more than 250 Mosques across the country opened its doors once again to its neighbours and members of the public to mark the national Visit My Mosque day; a brilliant initiative organised by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB). Throughout the day, FPM aimed to

Islington Council takes a stand against Islamophobia

Yesterday Islington Council became the 4th council to adopt the APPG Islamophobia definition, we would like to thank the Leader of the council, the Islington Mayor and all councillors for their decision to adopt the definition. Islington is proud of its diverse borough which is a huge asset and a source of great strength. British

End the hostile environment against minorities event at FPM

Whether you voted Remain or Leave, the challenge of the Far Right continues to grow and the hostile environment flourishes. The Windrush scandal continues with deportations and harassment Islamophobia is constantly ramped up School exclusions are escalating Current EU citizens are in a state of high anxiety, we will be meeting at the Finsbury Park Mosque

Finsbury Park Mosque Promo on Visit My Mosque Day 2019

Finsbury Park Mosque Promo on Visit My Mosque Day 2019

FPM 10th annual Visit My Mosque day on Sunday 3rd March 2019 and School open day the next day 4th March

We are glad to announce that our tenth annual neighbourhood open day will be taking place on Sunday 3rd March 2019 from 12 -6pm where we expect over 500 people from our local community to attend, and we would like to invite you to join us in this special day. Our Mosque is taking part

The 2nd edition of our Newsletter

The 2nd edition of our Newsletter   Finsbury Park Mosque is delighted to share with you the latest edition of our 8 pages newsletter, which captures some recent highlights from our extensive range of activities, services and engagement. We hope you will enjoy reading the newsletter. Thank you.  

Celebrating our School achievement

We are proud of our students! they have successfully completed reading the Holly Quran, whilst many of them have even memorised 5-8 juz (Chapters) Masha’Allah (God willing). Well done to these classes which are incredible role models and inspirational to the rest of the Madrassah! Well done also to the teachers and the school staff.

Finsbury Park Mosque one of the recipients of the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund

Finsbury Park Mosque one of the recipients of the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund We are pleased to announce that in partnership with Jubba Youth Community Association we have been awarded the Young Londoners Fund. Our project “Say No to Gangs and Knife Crime in Islington”, will divert young people from a potential gang membership and

“Care for Calais” winter appeal for refugees

We are proud of our congregation’s generosity. Within two weeks, the community managed to gather over 150 winter coats for the refugees, which left for Calais, proud to work with  @Care4Calais toward human rights & unity in our communities #Coats4Calais (link: http://facebook.com/10461177087545) facebook.com/10461177087545…  

A night of spiritual retreat at FPM

Concluding the year 2018, Finsbury Park Mosque organised a very successful night vigil (Qiyam) for worship and prayer with recreational interludes and food. The event which took place on 31/12/2019 with its high profile guests and variety of activities attracted the young and old from Islington and all around London. The famous and much celebrated

A night of spiritual retreat at FPM this Monday 31/12/2018

Meal For All at FPM

As the temperatures drops, we invite all our neighbours and those in need in Islington for a hot meal, company and socialising with others every Thursday evening at Finsbury Park Mosque from 6-8pm. We are glad that this project has been running for more than three years now. All are welcome regardless of their faith, background or gender.

WORLD RENOWNED QARI at FPM

  Glad to announce that Hazza al-Balushi (Oman) Will be leading ‘Isha prayer (6.30PM) on Tuesday 25th December 2018 At Finsbury Park Mosque Facilitated by *Muslim Aid*    

Love your LONELY Neighbours

There are about 5 million people who live alone in the U.K. especially the elderly who are more likely to suffer loneliness and depression as we are heading toward Christmas. The condition is made worse by the weather as it gets colder. Therefore, we urge the community and in particular our congregation to make efforts

ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH event at FPM

Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) & British Transport Police (BTP) will be holding a day of action, focused on “Islamophobia” WEDNESDAY 21stNOVEMBER 2018 after Asr prayer, 2.15pm at Finsbury Park Mosque Some of the topics that will be discussed: What is Hate Crime? What is Islamophobia? What to do if you are a victim of Islamophobic attack? How

FPM attended the launch of Islamophobia awareness month

Finsbury Park Mosque was invited to speak at the launch of Islamophobia awareness month organised by mend at the House of Parliament, speakers including many members of Parliament from different parties and  community leaders. Everybody’s message was that we all have to stand up united against Islamophobia.  

Hate Crime awareness workshop at FPM

FPM in partnership with Islington Council, Islington Police and British Transport Police organised a workshop event for its students and their parents on the importance of reporting hate crime during the National Hate Crime Awareness week. More than 40 children and their parents attended the workshop whose many of them shared stories and experiences they

FPM took part in Arsenal hate crime awareness event

Finsbury Park Mosque took part in Arsenal FC hate crime event in partnership with Islington hate crime forum  during the national hate crime awareness week on Wednesday 17th October at the Emirates Stadium. We had a stall with other Faith organisations where group of 10/15 children from the 106 students from 3 primary schools year

FPM Children enjoyed the Trampoline Park at Sobell Leisure Centre

Many thanks to Sobell Leisure Centre for offering our children the Trampoline Park, around 135 children from the Mosque enjoyed the session and the feedback we had from the parent is very positive.  

FPM won the Peace Cup Football Tournament 2018

We are glad to announce that for the second time our youths won the annual Peace Cup 2018 in its seventh years organised by Islington Faiths Forum (IFF). Twelve teams from different faiths & communities across the borough took part, with Finsbury Park Mosque A & (FPM B) emerging victorious and taking Finsbury Park Mosque’s

Bring Baraka to Macmillan coffee morning fundraising event at FPM

  We are glad to have our #CoffeeMorning at the Mosque to support tackling the Cancer disease and spread awareness among our community. Thanks to our congregation & Arsenal fans for their support, all money raised will be going to Macmillan cancer charity, a special thanks to Baraka Foundation and its CEO Mr Iqbal Khan

Islington Faith Forum received QAVS award

As an affiliate to Islington Faith Forum (IFF), we are proud to receive along with our colleagues The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service yesterday from the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE, this award reflect the hard work Islington Faith Forum does within the community, congratulations!  

Free ESOL ENTRY 3 at Finsbury Park Mosque

FPM won the “Best Outreach Programme 2018” Award

Alhamdulillah, Finsbury Park Mosque is proud to have been awarded for the “Best Outreach Programme” at the British Beacon Mosque Awards 2018 held at the Hilton hotel in London. This is an event with over 100 Mosques nominated for 10 different awards. An excellent achievement for Finsbury Park Mosque. Well done to our community, congregation,

Finsbury Park Mosque youth supported Arsenal V Real Madrid

Our youth and community members enjoyed the charity match between Arsenal FC legends and Real Madrid legends, thanks to  @AFCCommunity and @AFC_Foundation for offering the tickets to the community.  

Celebrating Eid at Islington Town Hall

Finsbury Park Mosque joined other community and faith organisations in Eid reception at Islington Town Hall with the leader of the Council, the Islington Mayor, chair of Islington Faith Forum and many other councilors and community members, thanks to Cllr Rakhia Ismail for organising this beautiful event.  

Macmillan Coffee Morning at Finsbury Park Mosque

It was a pleasure to take part in this great initiative “Bring Baraka (blessings) to your Coffee morning” with Macmillan Cancer Support and Baraka Khan Foundation along with many mosques and charities in order to raise funds in support of Macmillan’s life-enhancing cancer programmes. The concept is simple. FPM will offer a public hall to

The latest interview on the Mosque & local Community

The latest interview with the chairman of the Mosque by Islington Faces on the Mosque and the Local community https://www.islingtonfacesblog.com/2018/08/29/mohammed-kozbar-chairman-finsbury-park-mosque/

Finsbury Park Mosque youths attended the screening of Drawn Out film at Arsenal FC

A group of our young people attended the screening of Drawn Out film at Arsenal FC on Thursday 23rd August, a 30-minute short film which explores how a group of young people found themselves caught up in a challenging situation and the consequences that their actions have upon others. Last year a group of participants expressed an

2018 SREBRENICA INTERFAITH COMMEMORATION AT FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE

The Finsbury Park Mosque commemorated the 23rd anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide, the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II on Friday 13th July 2018. Mohammed Kozbar, the chairman of FPM, Rabbi Emeritus of Sha’arei Tsedek Colin Eimer & Catriona Robertson, the president of the Christian Muslim Forum talked about their experience when they

Remembering Srebrenica genocide Commemoration Event at FPM

Finsbury Park Mosque will be holding a special event to commemorate the 23rd Anniversary of the 11th July 1995 Srebrenica Genocide where speakers from different faiths who visited Srebrenica, will share their experiences and raise awareness about the genocide and why it should never happen again, and how we reflect on it in order to

FPM participated in MINAB AGM

Our Mosque attended the AGM of Mosques & Imams national Advisory Board “MINAB” at Leicester Central Mosque where members had the opportunity to discuss MINAB current situation and how we can move forward and what would be the future of MINAB. Also we had the opportunity to discover the beauty of Leicester Central Mosque.  

A group of university students visited FPM

We had the pleasure today to meet a group of university students from the USA & Denmark, we had a lovely discussion about Finsbury Park Mosque & the Muslim community in the U.K. We touched on how we can strengthen community relations and tackle Islamophobia and hate crime, we talked also about difficulties and challenges

One minute silence to mark the anniversary of FP terror attack

Today was the first anniversary of the #FinsburyPark terrorist attack where one of our local member “Makram Ali” killed and few injured after finishing Taraweeh prayer last Ramadan. Today we paid tribute to those who suffered because of that. During the one minute’s silence today, the home secretary Sajid Javid, mayor of London Sadiq Khan

FPM participated in Grenfell Tower multi-faith gathering

Our chairman Mohammed Kozbar has been honored to represent the community in Finsbury Park and to speak in the multi faith commemoration gathering of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy after one year of the national disaster, he delivered the message of solidarity and support from the victims of the Finsbury Park terrorist attack to the

A minute silence in commemoration of the Finsbury Park terrorist attack

More than 2000 people attended our Street Iftar outside FPM

More than 2000 people attended our Street Iftar outside FPMWhat a fantastic #StreetIftar we had yesterday outside Finsbury Park Mosque, over 2000 people from our friends, neighbours and local community joined us to share the Iftar with us, we are really proud of our communities in Islington, many people came from all over London and

Street Ifthar to celebrate community spirit post Finsbury Park attack

PRESS RELEASE   from MUSLIM AID, FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE and MUSLIM WELFARE HOUSE Political and faith leaders join Street Iftar to celebrate community spirit one year on from Finsbury Park terrorist attack When:    Wednesday 6 June at 20.00 Where:   St Thomas’ Rd (outside Finsbury Park mosque), London N4 2QH One year on from the Finsbury Park terrorist attack, Jeremy Corbyn, other high- profile parliamentarians and representatives from all faiths will join with

Jeremy Corbyn MP with other prominent guests joined our annual community Iftar 2018

Finsbury Park Mosque Iftar this year was held on Tuesday night and included many new faces alongside regular guests including local MP and leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Islington Council Cllr Richard Watts, The Mayor of Islington Cllr Dave Poyser, The Borough Police Commander Dr Iain Raphael, Shaykh Faid Said, The Chairman of Islington Faith

Ramadan awareness event at London Fire Brigade

Many thanks to the London Fire Brigade for giving our chairman Mohammed Kozbar the opportunity to address senior managers, officers and staff during Ramadan awareness event  in London headquarter, discussing the Holly Month of Ramadan and what it means to Muslims around the world and in the U.K. and the work the Finsbury Park Mosque

In the ambience of the Qur’an at Finsbury Park Mosque

FPM is pleased to announce this Ramadan to join us for a 4 week course on reflecting upon the verses of the Qur’an, delivered by Shaykh Faid Saeed every Saturdays (Starting 19th May) from 6pm at Finsbury Park Mosque.  All Welcome, May Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) open our hearts when we open His book.

Finsbury Park Mosque Chairman won his case against The Daily Telegraph

Statement in Open Court has been read at the Royal Courts of Justice today for Mohammed Kozbar by his solicitor Jonathan Coad following successful defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph Finsbury Park Mosque Chairman, Mohammed Kozbar appeared at the Royal Courts of Justice today morning, alongside his solicitor Jonathan Coad of Keystone Law for the

Childcare Course

Solidarity event during “Punish a Muslim day” outside Islington Town Hall

Yesterday was all about respect each other and show unity against those who are desperate to divide us and spread hatred, fear and division, 3rd of April, instead of call it “Punish a Muslim Day” it should be a day of unity against #islamophobia and hatred, all speeches outside Islington Town Hall were great and

Jumah (Friday) khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque From Friday 30-03-2018

An interfaith sisters event at Finsbury Park Mosque

Our sisters from the Mosque invited our friends from different Churches including St Thomas’s the Apostle F P, St John, the Evangelist Upper Holloway and St Mary Stoke Newington Churches to an afternoon tea. Our guest Elizabeth Chappell, the Vice Chair of the Islington Faith Forum who spoke about IFF work and the award they

Memorial Event for Makram Ali

Yesterday our Chairman Mohammed Kozbar read out a message on behalf of John Bercow MP, the Speaker of the House of Commons during the unveiling of the Plaque to the memory of Makram Ali who killed in the terrorist attack at Finsbury Park area last Ramadan. A message from Jeremy Corbyn MP read out by

Public meeting at Finsbury Park Mosque against racism and Islamophobia

Excellent event yesterday at Finsbury Park Mosque to say we are all united against those who try to spread hatred, fear and division. Speakers from trade unions, councillors, community leaders all talked about the dangerous of the rise of hate crimes and #racism and how we should tackle it.

Marking Visit My Mosque day, FPM welcomes the community into its folds

On Sunday, Finsbury Park Mosque along with more than 200 Mosques across the country opened doors to its neighbours and members of the public to mark the national Visit My Mosque day; a brilliant initiative organised by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB). Throughout the day, FPM aimed to bring together all facets of the

A get together dinner For The Finsbury Park Terrorist Attack Victims

On Tuesday 6th February, Finsbury Park Mosque organised a get together dinner event for the victims and families of the Finsbury Park Terrorist Attack. The event was held after the court trial sentencing of the perpetrator of the attack. Some of the attendees including Finsbury Park Mosque Chairman Mohammed Kozbar and Muslim Welfare House executive

Finsbury Park Mosque welcomes sentencing of far-right terrorist

Finsbury Park Mosque welcomes conviction of far-right terrorist who attacked Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park area Following Darren Osborne’s conviction for the terror attack, which left one man dead; depriving a whole family forever from a son, a husband and a father, let alone several others injured. Finsbury Park Mosque and the local community have

FPM led a workshop on “Our Mosque our future” conference

It was a pleasure for our chairman to lead one of the workshops  titled “ Dealing with verbal abuse or attacks on your Mosque or worshippers” during the #Our Mosque our future conference which organised by MCB, Alhamdulillah, more than 400 representatives from different mosques from all over the country where we had a very constructive discussion.

Jumah khutbah starts 12:45 at Finsbury Park Mosque From Friday 19-01-2018

From Friday 19-01-2018  Jumah khutbah starts 12:45 at Finsbury Park Mosque

Jeremy Corbyn visited “Meal for All” project at FPM

We had a special guest this evening, our local MP & the leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn. He visited our centre during the weekly “Meal for All” project along with Cllr Asima Shaikh and Cllr Diarmaid Ward. He met our guests from the local homeless community, shared a meal with them, listened to

Our Mosques Our Future conference

Our chairman will be discussing ‘How to protect worshippers from attack’ at the Our Mosques Our Future conference. Join us and over 10 other speakers: http://ourmosquesourfuture.org.uk/#tickets #morethanaprayerspace’                      

Meal for all at Finsbury Park Mosque

As the temperatures drops, we invite all our neighbours and those in need for a hot meal, company and socialising with others every Thursdayevening at Finsbury Park Mosque. We are glad that this project has been running for more than two years now. All are welcome regardless of their faith, background or gender. #MealforAll

FPM LAUNCHES SEMINAR SERIES AS PART OF ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH

FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE LAUNCHES SEMINAR SERIES AS PART OF ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH “Confronting Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes in Britain: Challenges and Opportunities”, was the title of a successful launch event yesterday at the Finsbury Park Mosque, to kick-start the mosque’s new seminar series. Mosque chairman, Mohammed Kozbar, welcomed all and thanked the diverse speaker panel representing different

Victim Support reception at the House of Commons

The chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque attended a special Victim Support reception held at the Speaker’s House in the House of Commons on 28 November 2017. Attendees reflected on the response and impact of the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester. Several victims also shared their experiences and the support they received from Victim

Free Childcare & teaching Assistant Courses at FPM

                The Mosque in partnership with KMEWO would like to announce about the new free Childcare & teaching Assistant Courses for Women starts from 10th January 2018 every Wednesday from 10:00 am to 12.30 pm in the conference hall. For those sisters who are interested, the registration day: Friday 1st December at 10:00

Ambler Primary school raised donation for the Finsbury Park terrorist attack victims

Finsbury Park Mosque was delighted to receive students and teachers from the local Ambler Primary School. As part of the visit, students announced that the school had come together to raise over £530 for victims of the Finsbury Park terrorist attack that took place in June. Of the group that came to visit the mosque,

FPM joined other faiths organisations at Arsenal hate crime event 

Finsbury Park Mosque joined other faiths organisations where contribute with our information stalls at the Hate Crime Awareness event at the Arsenal yesterday. We thought it was absolutely a wonderful day! We had 102 pupils from Drayton Park, Pooles Park and Montem Primary Schools and there were 8 information stalls from different organisations on the

Jeremy Corbyn attended our Hate Crime Against Muslim Women

Jeremy Corbyn attended our Hate Crime Against Muslim Women - A Listening Exercise' to kick-start Hate Crime Awareness Week. On Monday evening, Finsbury Park Mosque held an important event entitled 'Hate Crime Against Muslim Women - A Listening Exercise' to kick-start Hate Crime Awareness Week. The event was packed-out with only standing room left as members

Confronting anti-muslim hate crimes in Britain challenges and opportunities

FPM addressed the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) in Warsaw

              FPM addressed the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) in Warsaw The chairman of the Mosque was invited to address the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM), organized by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) in Warsaw, Poland. As Europe’s largest annual human rights conference, the

FPM has been awarded in the House of Commons

 

Hate crime against Muslim women meeting at FPM

Finsbury Park Mosque invites you to a special listening exercise session where a panel representing our local MP, Jeremy Corbyn, the police, the local council and faith leaders will listen to concerns and experiences of Muslim women who face physical and verbal Islamophobia. Victims of the recent attack in Finsbury Park will also be in

Family Fun Day at Finsbury Park Mosque Saturday 26th August

E-Newsletter August 2017

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Finsbury Park Victims Voice Forum

                Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House have been providing regular support to the victims of the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park. Coordinated through the Finsbury Park Victims Voice Forum (FPVVF), the two mosques have been organising, amongst other things, home visits, translation services, referrals, legal help

Lord Michael Bates visit to Finsbury Park Mosque

                  Today, Finsbury Park Mosque received a special visit from Lord Michael Bates, the Minister of State for International Development and his wife, Lady Xuelin Li Bates as they set off on the first leg of their charity walk to sponsor the ‘UK Solidarity Fund’ which supports

Greig City Academy visit to Fins-bury Park Mosque

Today the mosque received a very heartwarming visit from students and teachers at the Greig City Academy who came to show their solidarity following the recent attack against Muslims in the area. They gifted the mosque this beautiful ‘Banner of Love’ which was made by students at the school and included quotes and messages of

Women’s Interfaith Picnic

On 4th July women from  Finsbury Park Mosque and St. Thomas’s Church on a day out in Gillespie Park, enjoyed a picnic together as well as competed in the Asian sport of Kabbarddi. The women, young and old also shared experiences and exchanged ideas. It was an opportunity to meet one another from different ethnic

Leading communities through crisis

Chairman addressed councillors in LGA conference titled “Leading communities through crisis” The chairman of the Mosque Mohammed Kozbar today addressed Councillors and leaders of councils and other representatives of different organizations from all over the country in the annual Local Government Association (LGA) conference in Birmingham, the session titled “Leading communities through crisis” with: Cllr

Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House PRESS RELEASE

                Monday 3 July, 2017 VICTIMS OF FINSBURY PARK TERRORIST ATTACK REMEMBERED IN A MEMORIAL SERVICE, TWO WEEKS ON TODAY Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House held a memorial service today to remember the victims of the terrorist attack which took place two weeks ago, especially Makram

Finsbury Park Mosque – A Service of Hope

Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House held a memorial service today to remember the victims of the terrorist attack which took place two weeks ago in the Finsbury Park area, and to honour the life of Makram Ali who was tragically killed in this heinous attack. We were joined by a number of guests

Visits of solidarity

We are overwhelmed with many prominent guests visited us after #FinsburyParkAttack, we are all united against those who aim to divide us, our communities are stronger.

Finsbury Park Solidarity Street Iftar

Following the terrorist attack on 11 Jun next to the Finsbury Park Mosque, a Solidarity Street Iftar was organised by the mosque in partnership with Muntada Aid. Hundreds enjoyed the breaking of the fast.                             Dear Friends and Neighbors, We would like

Londoners bring flowers to vigil in show of solidarity with victims

Hundreds of people took flowers to Finsbury Park and gathered outside a mosque in the area on Monday night at a vigil held for victims of the terrorist attack that took place less than 24 hours earlier. One man died and 11 people were injured when 47-year-old Darren Osborne allegedly rammed a white van into a crowd of

Statement on terrorist attack on Muslims leaving mosques in North London

The Finsbury Park Mosque condemns in the strongest terms a heinous terrorist attack earlier this morning in Finsbury Park, north London which resulted in many injured and reported fatalities. The van driver deliberately mowed down Muslim men and women leaving late evening prayers from Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House just after midnight. This

Jeremy Corbyn with other prominent guests joined our annual community Iftar 2017

                Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) and The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) organised their joint annual Iftar gathering at Finsbury Park Mosque on Thursday 14th June 2017. More than 60 prominent guests including Politicians, Faith and Community leaders, Councillors, Police officers and Journalists attended the event. The Guest of

Finsbury Park Mosque offers help after the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower

Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, West London today ( Wednesday 14th June), Finsbury Park Mosque is opening its doors to provide help and support for those who have been affected. The Mosque will be collecting donation from today to help the families who have been effected by this tragedy and those who became

One of our neighbors stick this poster on the Mosque front gate in solidarity, we are all united against hatred

London Bridge Attack: Muslim Council of Britain Response

Press Release ———————————————————— London Bridge Attack: Muslim Council of Britain Response 4 June 2017 Harun Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain has issued the following statement after the terrorist incident in London: “I am appalled and angered by the terrorist attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market, in my home city. These

IFF Great get together event in Islington.

Programme for 17th June 2017: 14.10 – Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council 14.15 – Toufik Kacimi and Mohammed Kozbar, MWH & FPM 14.30 – Islington Police? (tbc) 14.35 – Islington Young People / Youth Council (tbc) 14.45 – Community Networking / Mingling

Ramadan Announcement 2017 AD / 1437 AH

We are pleased to announce to the whole Muslim community in Islington that Saturday 27th June 2017 is the 1st Ramadan 1438 Hijri. We congratulate all Muslims in the U.K. and would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a peaceful and blessed Ramadan. Please also find our Timetable for the whole month with

Coordination Council of Mosques’ Statement on the Terrorist Attack on Manchester

Islamic channel program(Your Local Jumu’ah) from FPM

Friday prayer Khutbah at Finsbury Park Mosque on Islam Channel programme called “your local Jumu’ah” with Imam Faid Saeed and chairman Mohammed Kozbar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN6-QGzVvng

Finsbury Park Mosque sisters visited their local church for an afternoon tea gathering

Yesterday, our sisters from the Finsbury Park Mosque visited the sisters at St. Thomas’s Church and had tea gathering together, this gathering was arranged after the horrible incident last week outside the House of Parliament. The sisters from Finsbury Park Mosque were welcomed by the sisters from the church. They all had afternoon tea together

Attacks on the people of London are attacks on us all

                      PRESS RELEASE: Attacks on the people of London are attacks on us all The Coordination Council of London Mosques condemns unequivocally the barbaric attacks in Westminster yesterday. While awaiting the outcome of the police inquiry, there can be little doubt that the attacks which has

Hundreds of visitors attended #VisitMyMosque day at Finsbury Park Mosque

On 5th February 2017, the national #VisitMyMosque (VMM) day run by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where more than 150 Mosques in the UK opened their doors to the general public. Local Mosques invited inter-faith, politicians and community leaders, in order to come together to demonstrate unity and solidarity during what has been a

FPM wins apology from Thomson Reuters

FPM wins apology from Thomson Reuters I speak on behalf of all trustees, and the people who attend the mosque. We are very relieved that this case has been concluded and that we have been vindicated. We were completely baffled when our HSBC bank account was abruptly closed, without any reason given and furthermore, no

Over 20 take part in FPM visit to St Thomas Church in interfaith exchange

Finsbury Park Mosque and St Thomas Church arranged an interfaith exchange on Sunday 29th January with over 20 people participating, increasing understanding and friendship between Christians and Muslims neighbours of all backgrounds in Islington. Members of the Finsbury Park Mosque congregation visiting St. Thomas’s Church were given a tour of the church, a talk on

Islington together against hate crime” event at FPM

                During the Islamophobia awareness month, FPM along with other partners from Islington council, Islington Faith Forum, Islington Police and City & Islington College organised the Islington together against hate crime event yesterday at the Mosque, excellent speakers including Jeremy Corbyn MP – Islington North, Cllr Andy Hull,

Islington Together against Hate Crime” public meeting

  Finsbury Park Mosque works in partnership with a range of local services (Islington Council, Islington Police, Islington hate crime forum, Islington College & Islington Faith Forum) to ‘bring communities’ together. This is reflected in work that we do with homeless people, young people and opening up our Centre to the wider public. In recent

Finsbury Park Mosque School

Sunday Telegraph retracts false accusations on the chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque

                          The Sunday Telegraph published a statement on the 18th of September, which set the record straight on insidious accusations made by Andrew Gilligan in an article published on the 13th of March, defaming myself as well as Finsbury Park Mosque of which I

Remembering Srebrenica at Finsbury Park Mosque

              Finsbury Park Mosque and Peace Exchange organised a public event to Remembering Srebrenica, at Finsbury Park Mosque conference hall, Sunday 17/06/2016, where a range of speakers from different faiths and communities spoke including Amelia Handy – Remembering Srebrenica’s Pledges and Events Officer Barbara Kentish – fieldworker for the Westminster Justice

Remembering Srebrenica at FPM, this Sunday 17/6/2016

Remembering Srebrenica event at Finsbury Park Mosque ground floor hall, this  Sunday 17/06/2016. Open to all, refreshments will be provided. https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=519140648276202

The Muslim community joined the rally of Love Isington – Stop hate crime

                            Yesterday, the chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque represented the Muslim community in Islington and addressed so many People from all communities, faiths and background who came together including the two local MPs Jeremy Corbyn and Emily Thornberry to speak out against

Jeremy Corbyn with other prominent guests shared Iftar with Muslims at FPM

  The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) and Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) organisedtheir joint annual Iftar gathering at Finsbury Park Mosque on Monday 20th June 2016.More than 60 prominent guests attended to share the iftar meal. The Guest of Honour: Rt Hon Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party was joined byother distinguished guests including

Standing on the side of Love team visited Finsbury Park Mosque in solidarity

              The Standing on the side of Love UK team visited Finsbury Park Mosque Today Friday to show their solidarity and support to the Mosque and the Muslim community, they Showed up to the Mosque in T-shirts and a banner reciting the famous words of Martin Luther King Jr

Bishop Paul Hendricks visited FPM and its homeless project “Meal for All”

                Finsbury Park Mosque’s project “Meal for All” feeds the hungry – one of the works of mercy! – and provides support in partnership with Catholic charities (Caritas Westminster, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, and The Passage). It is staffed by Christian and Muslim volunteers working side

Finsbury Park Mosque joined other faith leaders to celebrate unity in diversity

            Our trustee Khalid Oumar joined other faith leaders On Sunday 8th May 2016 to celebrate unity in diversity. About 600-strong audience attended the event at the historic Union Chapel in Islington, north London celebrating 50 years of Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai, a spiritual visionary and the founder of this Jain

Stop Islamophobia

http://finsburyparkmosque.org/fpm/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/VID-20160423-WA0005.mp4

Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Attacks in Brussels

                      22 March 2016 The Muslim Council of Britain today condemned the attacks that have taken place in Brussels. Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “We are shocked to hear about the terror attacks in Brussels, coming as they

MARCH AGAINST ISLAMOPHOBIA

Youth conference at FPM titled ‘Challenges facing the youth’

Coming soon, Youth conference at Finsbury Park Mosque titled ‘Challenges facing the youth’ The aim of the conference is: – To hear from young people the challenges they are facing. – To inform young people and parents of the community about employment opportunities that are available. – To inform young people about services available catering

Islington Hate Crime & Islamophobia meeting at FPM

Today, hundreds of Muslim women attended a meeting organised by Finsbury Park Mosque and Jeremy Corbyn MP to discuss the issue of Islamophobia and to share their experiences. The meeting attended by Mohammed Kozbar, Chairman of the Mosque, Cllr Asima Shaikh, Executive Member for Communities, Colin  Adams, Chair of Islington Hate Crime Forum, Detective Chief

Public Rally hosted by Islington stand up to Racism

The chairman of the Mosque will be speaking at a public rally on Refugees, Islamophobia & anti-Semitism event organized by Islington Stand up to Racism this Monday 29/2 in Islington town hall 7pm, everyone welcome.                        

A lovely short film about #VisitMyMosque event at FPM, Sunday 7th February 2016

https://youtu.be/1B_xtpzCeiI

Thousands of Britons take part in ‘Visit My Mosque’ initiative

Press Release 8 February 2016   Thousands of Britons were welcomed into over 80 mosques across the country on Sunday 7 February, as part of the second annual ‘Visit My Mosque’ Day. Mosques across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland invited in neighbours to share tea and refreshments, alongside an insight into the day-to-day goings

A training on how to save the climate by saving energy

      The Sisters section at Finsbury Park Mosque organised a session on how we can save the climate by saving energy and money. They invited SPIRIT, the organisation which give training to members of the community to become an Energy Saving Champion on reducing their energy use. The session discussed including – Free

Finsbury Park Mosque seventh annual neighbourhood open day on Sunday 7th Feb. 2016

We are glad to announce that our seventh annual neighbourhood open day will be taking place on Sunday 7th February 2016 from 12 -6pm where we expect around 500 people from our local community to attend, and we would like to invite you all to join us in this special day. Our mosque is taking part in

A very successful training course for Teachers of Arabic at the Mosque

                Finsbury Park Mosque in partnership with the European Observatory of Arabic Language organised a very successful training course titled “The successful & outstanding teacher & the difficulties of oral expression when teaching Arabic language”. More than 110 teachers across London attended the course on Tuesday 15th December

A night of Solidarity at Finsbury Park Mosque

We are grateful to our friends who attended the event of solidarity with Finsbury Park Mosque and the Muslim community on Friday 4th December, few hundred people gathered tonight to say no to racism and Islamophobia. All communities today showed unity and determination to work together more toward community cohesion and harmony. We have great

Turkish Consul General visits Finsbury Park Mosque

A visit from the Consul General of the Turkish embassy Dr Emirhan Yorulmazlar and the Counselor for Religious Affairs Mahmut Ozdemir in solidarity and support of Finsbury Park Mosque, they met with the chairman of the Mosque Mohammed Kozbar, Imam Chokri Majouli and the secretary Khalid Omar who explained the mosque involvement with the community.  

Join the vigil of solidarity outside the Mosque this Friday 6pm

Read the Mosque chairman article on the Islamophobic attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/finsbury-park-mosque-arson-we-will-not-be-divided-by-anti-muslim-attacks-handful-racists-1531174 The attack CCTV footage last Friday http://news.met.police.uk/news/identity-sought-for-man-over-attempted-arson-at-mosque-139832#

LABOUR LEADER VISITS FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE FOLLOWING ARSON ATTACK

Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn MP, Catherine West MP, David Lammy MP and Richard Watts, Islington Council leader visited Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) yesterday to meet Mosque trustees and leaders from the Muslim community who hailed from different cities across the UK. They all converged at the Mosque to offer support and solidarity

ATTEMPTED COWARD FIRE ATTACK ON FINSBURY PARK MOSQUE

On Friday 27th November after Isha time, someone tried to burn the Mosque by throwing a Molotov bottle. Alhamdulillah it did not explode and no one got hurt and no damage was done. We contacted the police this morning and they have sealed the Mosque and are investigating the incident. We have expressed our deepest

Labour Leader visits Finsbury Park Mosque, sending a powerful message of support.

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, Richard Watts, Leader of Islington council & Cllr Asima Shaikh visited Finsbury Park Mosque today Friday 20th of November, and addressed the large congregation who had gathered to perform Friday prayers. The message delivered by Mr. Corbyn was powerful and unequivocal, in that at a time when the

Campaign to Highlight Muslim Condemnation of Terrorism Everywhere

** Press Release 18th November 2015 Today the Muslim Council of Britain took out an advert in the national press to underscore the united condemnation Muslims have of terrorism, especially after the Paris attacks last Friday. Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said “The advert aims to highlight how Muslims

Fake letters trying to “incite hatred” towards Finsbury Park Mosque

http://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/fake_letters_trying_to_incite_hatred_towards_finsbury_park_mosque_1_4314599

A joint statement from London Mosques regarding the brutal attacks in Paris

Today many of us woke up to the news of ­what is a horrific crime against innocen­t lives in Paris. Such barbaric attacks,­ committed in the name of our religion i­s unjustifiable. We feel deeply saddened by this news an­d we wholeheartedly send our condolences­ to the families of the deceased and we ­pray to

Meal For All at Finsbury Park Mosque winter time is 6-8 pm

Young sisters event at Finsbury Park Mosque on Sunday 15/11/2015

Crazia is an Islamic Youth Network project brought to local masajid to invite young girls into the masjid to engage in dynamic discussions around the challenges young people are facing as well as providing a variety of sports activities with opportunities for one to one question and answer sessions. The event helps young girls to

From Friday 30-10-2015 Jumah khutbah starts 12:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

ARABIC FOR BEGINNERS

                      This course is designed to introduce students to the basic skills of reading and writing the Arabic Alphabet. Through class discussions and exercises, students gradually develop good communication and learn the fundamental structure of basic Arabic sentences.              Duration of Course:3

How Did Islam Deal with Slavery? by Fadel Soliman

https://youtu.be/aa3vgGpHRic

Islamophobia – Episode 4 Why Muslim women wear Hijab – by Fadel Soliman

https://youtu.be/qtnY8dOYQiA

FPM wins the PEACE Cup football tournament 2015

Finsbury Park Mosque won the Peace cup football tournament on (Sun 27 September 2015) after a tense final match against AFC (Academy Football Club).The final result was 3-1 To FPM with AFC taking the runners up position. 10 teams took part in the tournament and all played on top form, battling it out to reach the

Communities for Climate public event at FPM

On the 1st September, 2015, Finsbury Park Mosque opened its doors to the community, this time to discuss the important topic of Climate Change under the name of ‘Communities for the Climate’. The evening was hosted by the mosque’s chairman Mohamad Kozbar and was organised in partnership with Cafod, Pax Christi, and London Boroughs Faiths Network .

British Muslims Join Calls for Compassionate Response to Refugee Crisis

The Muslim Council of Britain today called on civic, religious and political leaders across the United Kingdom to come together to provide a compassionate and humanitarian response to the growing refugee crisis affecting Europe. While thousands are fleeing conflict, particularly from Syria, many are dying as they seek refuge. All of us were horrified by

North London Karate Club Classes

The Karate classes on Mondays and Wednesdays will be back to normal from September the 9th at 5:30pm for the beginners and 6:30pm for the advanced class. For more information please contact northlondonkarateclub@yahoo.co.uk ichem25uk@yahoo.co.uk   Tel: 07878744474 SENSEI Ichem

Islington Tribune:Mosque opens its doors to help homeless people

http://www.islingtontribune.com/news/2015/ aug/mosque-opens-its-doors-help-homeless-people

The Purification Of The Heart

Muslim Council of Britain Speaks out Against Another Islamophobic Murder

Calls for Action After Violent Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes in Last 10 Days The Muslim Council of Britain today speaks out at the latest spate of violent attacks against Muslims, seemingly undertaken because of the professed Islamic faith of the victims.   We were shocked to learn of the death last night of 81 year old Muhsin

Finsbury Park Mosque offers help & hot meals to homeless

Great news for our Mosque to be mentioned in this positive way, we are proud that Finsbury Park Mosque is considered as a vital part of the community and that we work with many partners from the community and faith organisations in this initiative to help our fellow community members regardless of their background or

Communities for the Climate

Climate is one thing that most people can come together about! This is why you are all invited to attend this important event along with other community and faith organisations on Tuesday 1st September.

Meal For All

  “This initiative is a very exciting project for our Mosque. Opening our doors to the whole of the street population, and working in partnership with many community and faith organisations who provide winter shelters and work with street homeless across London.”

Peter Oborne did a really impressive job producing this program!

                  Peter Oborne did a really impressive job producing this program titled “HSBC, Muslims & me”. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0639w47 The guardian: London osque chairman demands removal from banks’ terrorism blacklist http://gu.com/p/4b3tj?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_WhatsApp

MAB annual Community Iftar at Finsbury Park Mosque

  MAB organised a successful Community Iftar on 6th July 2015. The President of MAB, Dr Omer El-Hamdoon, and Vice-President, Mohammed Kozbar, were delighted to welcome it’s honoured guests who hold different positions in society – from teachers, imams, police officers to activists – and enjoying a good time with them all, including MP Jeremy

British Muslims to welcome month of Ramadan

British Muslims to welcome month of Ramadan – a month of compassion, charity and self control From tomorrow, British Muslims will join over a billion Muslims all over the world in a month of fasting, charity and solidarity. Key facts about Ramadan can be found here. For one month, Muslims will fast from dawn until

Finsbury Park Mosque opened its doors to its neighbours for the 6th consecutive year

For the sixth year on a row, Finsbury Park Mosque held its annual Neighbourhood open day & the school open day on Sunday 14th and Monday 15th of June 2015. around 400 people attended the day and around 100 students from different schools from Islington visited the Mosque on Monday. Our local MP, Jeremy Corbyn,

Finsbury Park Mosque sixth annual neighbourhood open day on Sunday 14th June 2015

We are glad to announce that our sixth annual neighbourhood open day will be taking place on Sunday 14/6/2015 where we expect more than 500 people from our local community to attend, and we would like to invite you all to join us in this special day to know each other more and build bridges between our

The virtues of Shaban

Today 19th May 2015 is the begining of Shaban The virtues of Shaban are a gift from Allah the Bountiful, the Bestower.   Osama son of Zaid –May Allah be pleased with them- said: I said O messenger of Allah: I didn’t see, you Fasting in any month as saw you do in Shaban?  

Navigating Extremes: Muslims in the Middle

A seminar exploring the implications of increasing counter terror legislation and rising extremism, and how peaceful Muslims caught in the middle can navigate the terrain drawing on the middle path traditions of Islam. Saturday 30th May 2015 | *2pm-6pm* London Muslim Centre | 4th Floor Seminar Room Topics & Speakers: Understanding the Counter Terror Legislation

Muslim Council of Britain Congratulates David Cameron on Election Result

Press Release 8th May 2015 The Muslim Council of Britain today congratulated Prime Minister David Cameron for securing a second term as Prime Minister, leading his Conservative Party to a majority victory. Dr Shuja Shafi said: “I congratulate the Prime Minister for the success of his party. The electoral map changed dramatically last night and

Construction companies in NJ launched a joint project on a huge three-tower hall

General construction boom is coming to NJ over the upcoming two years. It is promising to have the most memorable consequences.

Construction on streetcar loop along SF waterfront put on hold

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Nearly half of new jobs in Wyoming are construction in third quarter 2014

The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported today that total unemployment insurance (UI) covered payroll increased by $196.9 million (6.3%) in the quarter ending September 2014 based on employer tax filings.

Construction jobs are not affected by the economic crisis in UK. Job market is growing

Construction News is the leading resource for UK construction industry news, the number of company failures is on the rise for the first time in over a year.

Chinese construction company eye investment opportunities

The latest company to come in the country is Shanxi Sunway International Trade Co-operation renowned for construction of roads, railway lines and bridges.

Islam The Religion Of Mercy

Do you want too meet scholars and Ulamma? Do you want to learn more about Islam? Do you want to know what Islam says about contemporary issues? Book this free event below   https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/islam-the-religion-of-mercy-tickets-16679567034

Young Muslims and British policy

Isis in the UK: Pig headed racism and British policy is pushing young Muslims towards Islamic State By Mohammed Kozbar Vice president of the Muslim Association of Britain and chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque Every time the issue of young British Muslims going to Syria is raised, the same question is asked by both the

Prophetic guidence for raising children according to the Quran and Sunnah

Finsbury Park Mosque invite you to the monthly lecture “ Propheticguidence for raising children according to the Quran and Sunnah” Dr. Farih Sheikh Mohammed Sunday 19/04/2015 After Maghrib  prayer

Jumah khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

From Friday 03-04-2015  Jumah khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

Jumah khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

From Friday 03-04-2015  Jumah khutbah starts 13:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque

Your Vote Counts

MAKE SURE YOU ARE REGISTERED BY 20 APRIL GO OUT AND VOTE ON 7 MAY RAISE AWARENESS IN YOUR COMMUNITY TOMORROW AFTER JUMUAH Respected Sister/Brother in Islam Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullah, Your vote matters on 7 May. With a very close election predicted, YOU have the chance to hold your elected representatives to account and change

Three quarters of construction workers victim of large-scale theft

Construction and business groups broadly supportive as shock result comes in, but warn over potential EU uncertainty.

A Qatar construction company fires 90 North Korean workers

A Qatari construction company has dismissed 90 North Korean workers as they violated the company’s labor regulations, according to Voice of America (VOA), Thursday.

BestBuild construction company won a prestigious Platinum Award

The award is a special one-in-a-lifetime award that goes to an organisation that has won five or more national titles at the Commercial Project Awards.

Company stops work at construction sites briefly as safety reminder

Turner Construction Company partnered with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to conduct a “Safety Stand-Down” event on Thursday.

“What you gonna do when u retire from Boxing ?” Muhammed Ali Clay responds

Chinese construction firm promises to erect a 57-storey skyscraper in 19 days

Company claims to be world’s fastest builder after assembling Mini Sky City at a pace of three floors a day. The company now has ambitions to assemble the world’s tallest skyscraper, at 220 floors, in only three months.

Salat-Al-Kusuf (Eclipse prayer)

Finsbury Park Mosque &  Muslim Welfare House will be holding Salat-Al-Kusuf (Eclipse prayer) on: Date: Friday 20th March 2015, 8.30am Venue: Finsbury Park Mosque7-11 St Thomas’s Road London N4 2QH For more info, please contact Both Mosque reception on020 7424 5252  or 020 7263 3071

Salat-Al-Kusuf (Eclipse prayer)

Finsbury Park Mosque &  Muslim Welfare House will be holding Salat-Al-Kusuf (Eclipse prayer) on: Date: Friday 20th March 2015, 8.30am Venue: Finsbury Park Mosque7-11 St Thomas’s Road London N4 2QH For more info, please contact Both Mosque reception on020 7424 5252  or 020 7263 3071

March Against Islamophobia – National Demonstration

A goodbye party to sister Pauline from St. Thomas’s Church

On behalf of everyone at Finsbury Park Mosque, the sister committee organised a party to say goodbye to sister Pauline from St Thomas’s Church. Sister Naima, the head of the sister committee at the Mosque said: “it has been a great pleasure having you today, it is very sad to see you move but we hope to keep this

From here to the hereafter

RALLY AGAINST RACISM, Islington Town Hall, March 3

          The Rally Against Racism: Celebrating our Diversity, Uniting Against Racism event – chaired by Jeremy Corbyn MP – this Tuesday in Islington at 7pm (March 3).   Maz Saleem, Daughter of the late Mohammed Saleem Aaron Kiely, National Union of Students NEC & London Met Student Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz Mohammed Kozbar,

North London KarateClub

The Muslim Council of Britain calls on the BVA to “get real” on animal welfare

23rd February 2015 Today MPs debate religious slaughter following an e-petition launched in April 2014, which reached 100k signatures, calling for the end of religious slaughter. Another e-petition launched within the last fortnight calling for the protection of non-stun religious slaughter has attracted significantly more support, with over 122k signatures being received in just 10 days. Dr. Shuja Shafi, secretary general

Protecting Religious Slaughter

As you may already be aware, there is a petition going around to protect religious slaughter. This coming Monday, 23rd February 2015, our MPs will be holding a debate on non-stun slaughter and the promotion of animal welfare. This debate, if headed towards stunned slaughter, will be detrimental to our practice of religious slaughter for

From Chapel Hill to Copenhagen: the MCB Decries a Week of Hatred and Bloodshed’

Press Release From Chapel Hill to Copenhagen: the Muslim Council of Britain Decries a Week of Hatred and Bloodshed 15th February 2015 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) today condemned a week of violence inspired by hate. It began with the attack and murder of three young Americans in Chapel Hill in North Carolina, apparently

Press Statement – MAB condemns the killing of 3 Muslims in North Carolina

On Tuesday the 10th of February, a man by the name of Craig Stephen Hicks turned himself in to the police for the killing of 3 Muslims and has since been charged with three counts of first-degree murder. According to latest news, investigators are still looking for the motive of the heinous crime which some believe was

“Faith groups advocate the UN on the reduction of carbon emissions”

A national #VisitMyMosque day at Finsbury Park Mosque

  On Sunday 1st February 2015, the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) organised a national #VisitMyMosque day, where British mosques opened their doors to the general public. Local mosques invited inter-faith leaders as well, in order to come together to demonstrate unity and solidarity during what has been a tense time for faith communities. Finsbury Park

What they said about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

  Sir George Bernard Shaw in ‘The Genuine Islam,’ Vol. 1, No. 8, 1936.   “I have always held the religion of Muhammad in high estimation because of its wonderful vitality. It is the only religion which appears to me to possess that assimilating capacity to the changing phase of existence which can make itself

Visit My Mosque: British Muslim Centres of Worship Open Doors to Public

   On Sunday 1st February 2015, the Muslim Council of Britain will be organising a national #VisitMyMosque day, where British mosques will open their doors to the general public. Mosques will be sharing tea and refreshments alongside an insight into the day-to-day goings on of a busy Muslim centre of worship. Members of the community

SO HAPPINESS BECOMES A HABIT

حتى تصبح السعادة عادة SO HAPPINESS BECOMES A HABIT د/ محمد عبدالستار بيومي أستاذ الفيزياء الطبية الإشعاعية Dr Mohamed A. Bayoumi Prof of Medical Radiation Physics . الزمان: الاحد 25 /1/2015 بعد صلاة العشاء Date: Sunday 25/1/2015 after Isha prayer مسجد فينسبري بارك الدعوة عامة Lecture will be in Arabic For more information please contact

Islington Faiths Forum Statement

Finsbury Park Mosque It is devastating and sad for the Finsbury Park Mosque to find itself brought into the news for alleged problems in the past rather than for their current positive role in their community and throughout the borough. It also makes them targets for hate mail and threats. Abu Hamza, the radical cleric,

To Defend Our Beloved Prophet, Let Us Exemplify His True Ideals Say British Imams

Following the shocking murders in Paris, condemned by Muslims all over the world, and subsequent moves to depict the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once again, Imams from the UK and abroad have come together to issue the following advice to those concerned about the depiction.    For Muslims, love of the Prophet (peace

Finsbury Park Mosque statement on Paris killings

The trustees and management of Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) wish to make it clear that they unequivocally condemn this week’s killing in Paris, which is a barbaric act and goes against the very teachings of Islam. Such violence has no place in a civilised society. We would also like to point out that any attempts

Are you homeless or in need of support?

What? ¨ A brand new indoor venture ¨ Partnership between Finsbury Park Mosque and local Christian community volunteers ¨ We will provide tasty, simple hot food, hospitality and support A place of safety, companionship and socialising When? ¨ Every Tuesday evening, from 27th  January 2015 ¨  7pm—9pm Where? ¨ Finsbury Park Mosque Hall,                 7-11 St Thomas’s Road, London N

FPM hosted Islamophobic Hate Crime Forum meeting

Following the terrible incident on Holloway Road last September 2014, when a Muslim shopkeeper being attacked and injured by a knife because he looks like a Muslim. Finsbury Park Mosque with other Muslim Mosques and community organisations had a number of discussions with the local MP, the Islington police, the Islington council and Islington faith

End of term party for ESOL and IT courses

Sisters section at the Mosque and Kurdish Middle Eastern Women Organisation have completed ESOL and IT courses which last for 12 weeks. A nice little end of term party took place and a very positive feed back from the sisters who are very keen to continue with these courses after the Christmas holiday, therefore we decided to start the ESOL

Depression in the light of faith

Finsbury Park Mosque would like to invite you to join a lecture entitled: “Depression in the light of faith”   On Sunday December 14th 2014 After Magrib prayer [4:00pm]   Speaker: Dr Muhammed Zeyn Green-Thompson Consultant psychiatrist   Talk will be in English – ALL ARE WELCOME

Muslim Council of Britain backs Archbishop’s call to increase support for the UK hungry

The Muslim Council of Britain backs the Archbishop of Canterbury call on our government to do more to support those who find themselves hungry in this time of economic hardship and austerity. The Archbishop’s call comes as an All-Party Parliamentary Committee today proposes urgent recommendations to tackle food poverty and hunger. The Secretary General of the

Muslim Council of Britain backs Archbishop’s call to increase support for the UK hungry

The Muslim Council of Britain backs the Archbishop of Canterbury call on our government to do more to support those who find themselves hungry in this time of economic hardship and austerity. The Archbishop’s call comes as an All-Party Parliamentary Committee today proposes urgent recommendations to tackle food poverty and hunger. The Secretary General of the

Finsbury Park Mosque has been awarded the “Visible Quality Mark”

Finsbury Park Mosque has been awarded the “Visible Quality Mark” by Community Matters. The Visible Standards are endorsed by the Charity Commission. Finsbury Park Mosque is the first mosque and the third faith organisation in the country to receive the award. We would like to take this apportunity to thank our stakeholders, partners, staff, volunteers

Islamophobia Awareness month

                Islamophobia Awareness Month during November, let us kick Islamophobia out of our society

MCB Congratulates First Ever Woman to Lead Established British Islamic Centre

  The Muslim Council of Britain today congratulated and welcomed the appointment of Ms Saleha Islam who has been appointed Director of the Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in Kensington, West London.   Saleha Islam is perhaps the first woman to manage an established and thriving British Islamic centre. Ms Islam comes with deep experience

Mosque leader gives hate crime warning after Archway attack

By Rory Brigstock-Barron Thursday, October 2, 2014       http://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/crime-courts/mosque_leader_gives_hate_crime_warning_after_archway_attack_1_3791315   A leader of Islington’s Muslim community has voiced his fear that the attempted murder of an Archway shopkeeper may have been fuelled by Islamophobia following the atrocities committed by extremist group Isil. Mohammed Kozbar, who is the manager of Finsbury Park Mosque in St

The Muslim Association of Britain condemns the killing of Alan Henning

      The Muslim Association of Britain would like to extend its sincere condolences to the family and friends of British Aid Worker Alan Henning who was murdered by ISIS in such tragic and deplorable circumstances. We condemn the killing of this innocent man in no uncertain terms. This act further demonstrates that ISIS

The leader of Islington council addressed the Muslim community prior to Eid

      The leader of Islington Council Cllr Richard Watts and     Cllr Paul Convery visited Finsbury Park Mosque today after Friday prayer to address the Muslim Community prior the Eid celebration, they wished the congregation a happy Eid.

Finsbury Park Mosque welcomes Sheikh Abu Bakr Alshatri to the Mosque on Arafa day

    Sheikh Abu Bakr Alshatri will be visiting Finsbury Park Mosque on Friday 3rd October in a tour organised by Human Appeal.   The programme will start at 6.30pm (an hour before salatul Muhgrib) with recitation by the Sheikh Shatri and short talk. Then Salatul Mughrib led by sheikh Abu Bakr and the iftar after

Avoiding loneliness on the International Day of Elder Persons – 1st October

By Khalil Charles Last year 31,000 people died of cold in the winter months and many of those who died were over 75 years old and living lonely and isolated lives. Loneliness has been described as the ‘curse of old age’ and despite organisations and charities set up to solve the problem with the growing

Our Mosque participated in Finsbury Park Community fun Games day

Finsbury Park Mosque participated in “Finsbury Park Community fun Games day” along with other churches and mosques and community centres in Finsbury Park last Sunday 21th September 2014 from 1-4pm. It was at track-in-park and events include Athletics, football, fun games and children’s activities such as sack races and football tournament. Some of our youth won some

Evening Madrassa for reading and memorising the holly Quran with proper Tajweed rules

Good news We are happy to announce that we are opening an evening Madrassa for reading and memorising the holly Quran with proper Tajweed rules. Children from 5 to 15 years old at your local Finsbury Park Mosque from: 16 – 09 – 2014 on: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:00pm to 7:00pm For more information

Somali Community meeting at FPM

Finsbury Park Mosque with other Somali community organisations called for an urgent meeting to discuss the difficulties arising among some young people around Finsbury Park Mosque and Seven Sister Road, partly as a consequence of the ban on Khat by the government. Anti Social behaviour and the use of Alcohol and how the ban of

The Muslim Association of Britain condemns the beheading of Journalist David Haines

14th September 2014The Muslim Association of Britain condemns the beheading of British Journalist David Haines The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) condemns in the strongest terms the beheading of the British journalist David Haines by ISIS in northern Iraq. This act falls nothing short of being heinous and atrocious; and is condemned unreservedly. The killing

DO YOU WANT TO LEARN OR IMPROVE YOUR COMPUTER SKILLS?

For Beginners & Intermediate Learners         Register day: 18th of Sept. 2014  at 12:30PM  FREE computer courses for women In Finsbury Park Mosque Every Thursday  morning Starting in September 2014 Crèche will be available For more information please contact KMEWO  on:  02072631027 Mobile: 07412364046 Email: Info@kmewo.com    

Free ESOL classes starts 24 September at Finsbury Park Mosque

SKills & Training Network is a not for profit organisation was set up to help the community by providing free courses such as ESOL, ICT, Functional Skills and vocational courses Venue: Finsbury Park Mosque 7-11 St Thomas’s Road N4 2QH Time :  From 10:00- 13:00 every Wednesday from 24 September 2014

Making Islington Safer Together Conference_17 September 2014

Finsbury Park Mosque will be taking part of this conference to talk about the community relations between faith and community organisations in Islington.

MCB Press Release: ‘Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Yet Another Murder in Iraq’

2nd September 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain today condemned yet another murder reportedly carried out by the so-called ‘Islamic State’ group. Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “This depraved act is yet another illustration of how this group betrays the very principles of Islam they claim to uphold.

Press Release Leading Islamic centres condemn so-called ‘Islamic State’

                      In this joint statement, leading Islamic centres condemn the inexcusable actions of the group calling itself “Islamic State” (IS), and the indefensible murders of James Foley and Steven Sotloff. We hope that any other hostages who may be held by IS will be released

2nd September 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain today condemned yet another murder reportedly carried out by the so-called ‘Islamic State’ group. Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “This depraved act is yet another illustration of how this group betrays the very principles of Islam they claim to uphold.

MCB Press Release: ‘Not in our Name: British Muslims Condemn the Barbarity of ISIS’

    20 August 2014 Press Release The Muslim Council of Britain once again condemned the actions of the so called “Islamic State in Syria and the Levant”, ISIS. Today we express once again our rebuke of this reprehensible organisation. We are horrified at the abhorrent murder of James Foley, a reporter who initially went

Finsbury Park Mosque worshippers demonstrate outside HSBC bank over account closure

8 August 2014 by Susannah Birkwood, Be the First to Comment Three hundred people protested outside a north London HSBC branch, according to the Islington Gazette; the protesters claim the bank has given them no reason for closing the mosque’s bank account Worshippers from Finsbury Park Mosque have staged a demonstration outside their local branch of HSBC in

WHY HSBC ClOSES OUR BANK ACCOUNT? THE PROTESTERS ASKED

Protesters from Finsbury Park mosque at HSBC bank protesting closure of mosque’s bank account. Very  good turnout, mashAllah, our local MP Jeremy Corbyn was there condemning the bank action, the media was there as well. A petition with thousands of signatures was handed over to the bank

HSBC DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE SEVEN SISTERS BRANCH

Press Release for HSBC Decision FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: HSBC DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE SEVEN SISTERS BRANCH! FRIDAY 15TH AUGUST AT SEVEN SISTERS ROAD, N4 2AW MEET OUTSIDE HSBC BRANCH FROM 2PM! Friday, August 15th at 2pm Outside HSBC, Seven Sisters Road, North London Khalid Oumar , Secretary Board of Trustee of Finsbury Park Mosques announces a protest

SKills & Training Network ESOL classes

SKills & Training Network is a not for profit organisation was set up to help the community by providing free courses such as ESOL, ICT, Functional Skills and vocational courses Venue: Finsbury Park Mosque 7-11 St Thomas’s Road N4 2QH Time :  From 10:00- 13:00 every Wednesday from 24 September 2014

Please sign the Petition to Re-open HSBC Bank Accounts

                To Reject HSBC Bank’s decision on Finsbury Park Mosque Bank Account Closure We, the undersigned, fully support Finsbury Park Mosque; and reject HSBC Bank’s decision to close their bank account. We request HSBC to reverse their decision and re-instate the bank account with immediate effect. http://finsburyparkmosque.org/fpm/petition-to-re-open-hsbc-bank-accounts/

Muslim Council of Britain Commends Baroness Warsi Over Gaza

5 August 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain commended Baroness Sayeda Warsi who resigned today as Senior Minister of State for Faith and Communities. Baroness Warsi resigned from government by stating: “I can no longer support Government policy over Gaza.”   Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, praised Baroness Warsi

HSBC Bank faces backlash after decision to close Bank Accounts

  Chief Executive of the Cordoba Foundation has expressed complete dismay at the decision by HSBC to close down his account and those of his wife and two children. Dr Anas Altikriti posted his reaction on Facebook and said that the Bank had refused to provide him with a satisfactory explanation for the decision.  

Finsbury Park Mosque to stage HSBC protest over closure of its bank account

Jon Dean Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Finsbury Park Mosque is set to stage a demonstration outside HSBC in anger at the bank’s closing of their account. The protest, expected to take place on August 8 at the Seven Sisters Road branch, follows a letter the mosque received on July 22 telling them their account would

Justice for Palestine End the Siege of Gaza

      Speakers: • Jeremy Corbyn MP • Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition • Shamil Joarder, Friends of Al-Aqsa • Glynn Secker, Jews for Justice for Palestinians • Hugh Lanning, Palestine Solidarity Campaign • Cllr James Murray, Islington Council Chair: • Cllr Claudia Webbe, Islington Council Welcome: • Dr Mohammed Ali Said, Finsbury

HSBC closes some Muslim groups’ accounts

HSBC bank has written to Finsbury Park Mosque and other Muslim organisations in the UK to tell them that their accounts will be closed. The reason given in some cases was that to continue providing services would be outside the bank’s “risk appetite”. Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-28553921

HSBC shuts accounts of Muslim organisations, including Finsbury Park mosque

Haroon Siddique: The Guardian, Wednesday 30 July 2014 17.17 BST The organisations all received near-identical letters from HSBC saying their services fell ‘outside of our risk appetite’ Three Muslim organisations, including the Finsbury Park mosque, are demanding answers from HSBC after being told by the bank that their accounts were being shut down. The organisations, also including the

Finsbury Park Mosque opened its doors to its neighbours for the 6th year

For the sixth year on a row, Finsbury Park Mosque held its annual Neighbourhood open day & the school open day on Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd of June 2014. More than 400 people attended the day on Sunday and around 150 students from different schools from Islington visited the mosque on Monday. Our local

An event to celebrate Finsbury Park Mosque work on VISIBLE Standard Programme

Finsbury Park Mosque has been recognised by Voluntary Action Islington for its commitment and hard work to achieve the VISIBLE standard. The event which took place on 18/6/2014 attended by key officers of Islington council and other community centres in Islington, Community Matters. It was a great occasion to get the recognition we deserve and

‘Female Genital Mutilation and Islam’

‘Female Genital Mutilation and Islam’ resource launched by The Muslim Council of Britain, FORWARD and the Muslim Spiritual Care Provision Thursday 19th June 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), FORWARD (a UK based African women’s support and campaigning organisation) in association with The Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS (MSCP) have developed a

Dismay at Murder of Woman Who Wore Muslim Dress

19th June 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain is dismayed to learn that a Muslim woman has been stabbed to death in the early hours of Tuesday morning on the outskirts of Colchester. The 30-year-old woman, who was walking on the Salary Brook Trail in Essex, was said to be wearing a blue Abaya and

We Need Clarity and Consistency in our Education Standards

MCB Press Release: ‘We Need Clarity and Consistency in ourEducation Standards: British Muslims Respond to the OfstedReports of schools in Birmingham’ 9th June 2014. The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) today noted its serious concern at the conduct and outcome of the Ofsted investigation into state schools in Birmingham. The investigations were ordered by the

UAF National Conference

Finsbury Park mosque in ‘new era’ following ‘hostile’ Abu Hamza days

Mosque received hate mail following radical cleric’s conviction for terrorist charges. Despite being free of radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza for more than a decade, Finsbury Park mosque still suffers from its former association. Following Hamza’s conviction on 11 terrorism charges in the US last month the mosque in St Thomas’s Road received hate mail,

I’m a Muslim & I give blood

Assalaamu ‘alaikum dear brothers and sisters, As Muslims living in the West, we have no option but to benefit our society. It isn’t just about verbally professing the message of Islam but also about living Islam by helping our communities. The prophet Muhammad (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) was called ‘Al Ameen’ (The Trustworthy One) by his community

Open day for schools

The Finsbury Park Mosque (FPM) is a community organisation working for serving the local community and becoming a platform for community engagement projects; raising public awareness and promoting mutual understanding, diversity and integration. The FPM has been successfully working in partnership with Islington Council, Islington Faith Forum (IFF), London Fire Brigades (LFB), Metropolitan Police, and

Finsbury Park Mosque fifth annual neighborhood open day in 22nd June 2014

Finsbury Park Mosque fifth annual neighborhood open day in 22nd June 2014   We are glad to announce that our annual neighborhood open day will be taking place on Sunday 22/6/2014 where we expect more than 500 people from our local community to attend, and we would like to invite you all to join us

The MCB offers support to the government in tackling the rise in Islamophobia in Britain

      Press Release 28th May 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) notes with concern the reports of rising racism in Britain, linked to the “growing hostility to immigrants and widespread Islamophobia”. The authoritative British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey, as reported by the Guardian, indicates that this is reversing the trends seen in

Finsbury Park Mosque: Emerging from the shadow of Abu Hamza

An article about Finsbury Park Mosque in the Independent   http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/finsbury-park-mosque-emerging-from-the-shadow-of-abu-hamza-9428300.html  

Lessons from the Isra and Mi’raj trip

Lessons from the Isra and Mi’raj trip With Sheikh Rajab Zaki  Sheikh Chokri Majouli Dr. Yahya Abdul Ilah Wednesday 28/5/2014 after Asr prayer )6pm), refreshments will be provided

Useful information about Islam

Muslim Organisations which gives FREE Information about Islam in different languages: * More than 50 languages www.islamhouse.com * Receive books at your door with no charge www.islamic-message.net http://muslimconverts.com/ http://www.islamreligion.com/ and nottinghamislam.com *  WAMYUK Material about Islam in English, Polish, French, Spanish wamy.co.uk   facebook: wamyuk * discoverislam.co.uk * www.onislam.net/english/ * quranproject.org *onereason.org *mwllo.org.uk (Qurans in different languages)

So Called ‘Invasion’ of Mosques by Far Right Group, Britain First

Press Release 20th May 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain condemns in the strongest terms the act of violating a place of worship by the recently formed extreme far right, anti-Muslim group, Britain First. The most recent incident occurred at midday yesterday, where the emboldened action by three middle aged men and woman entered one

There is Nothing ‘Halal’ About Kidnapping Girls

  10th May 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain unequivocally condemns the senseless and unconscionable kidnapping of several hundred Nigerian schoolgirls – both Christian and Muslim – by the armed terror group Boko Haram. Their activities have been condemned by Nigeria’s Muslim communities themselves who, in turn, have been the target of this group. Together

Halal meat in the UK

Press Release Halal meat in the UK 8th May 2014 Once again the last few days has seen a number of headlines on halal food. Some of them are misinformed and some are simply there to generate unnecessary hysteria. Many faiths place an emphasis on meat, and food in general, to be “pure and wholesome”,

MAB condemns the kidnapping in Nigeria

  8th May 2014 MAB Condemns the Kidnappings in Nigeria More than 200 girls were kidnapped over three weeks ago from their boarding school in the north-eastern state of Borno in Nigeria. Boko Haram militants have claimed responsibility for these kidnappings. The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) expressed its deepest regret and sorrow for the

Death Are you prepared?

Education and Muslims: End this Witch-Hunt of British Muslims

16th April 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain today called for an end to weeks of speculation that smears British Muslims involved in schools and the education system. It also raised concerns of the appointment of a former counter-terrorism official to look into this school governance matter.   For weeks now, British Muslims have borne

Our youth section visited Arsenal FC

The youth section at Finsbury Park Mosque organised a trip to Arsenal FC on Thursday 10th April where more than 25 youth visited the club and looked around its stadium and sport facilities. It was agreed with Arsenal community section to arrange other activities with the club such as training sessions and more visits.  

Welcome to spring bazaar at Finsbury Park Mosque

Sunday 20-04-2014 From 11:00 AM – 07:00 PM Address: 7-11 St Thomas’s Road London    N4 2QH

Free English courses for women

Finsbury Park Mosque & KMEWO Organise Free English courses for women Do you want to learn or improve  your English here in your Mosque? Come and register for a free English Course: Friday, 4th April at 12:30pm Place: Women Praying Section in Finsbury Park Mosque For more information, please Contact  Naima: 07401991177  or KMEWO: 020 7263

Art craft activity day for children organised by the mosque and St. Thomas’s church

As part of its interfaith programme, Finsbury park Mosque and St. Thomas’s Church organised an art craft activity day for the children of Finsbury park area on Saturday 22/3/2014, It was a fun day for the children and their families where many activities took place. Everybody enjoyed the day at the mosque, and decided to

UAF demo: Stand up to racism and fascism

Stand up to racism and fascism Day of Action – Friday March 7th: We will be leafletting local areas as part of a day of action to raise awareness for UN Anti-Racism Day. Contact us if you can help with leafletting on info@standuptoracism.org.uk New website launched: www.standuptoracism.org.uk Coaches from around the country: www.standuptoracism.org.uk/coaches Early Day

A COMMON WORD “PERCEPTIONS OF EACH OTHER“

  قل ياأهل الكتاب تعالوا إلى كلمة سواء بيننا وبينكم ألا نعبد إلا الله ولا نشرك به شيئا ولا يتخذ بعضنا بعضا أربابا من دون الله فإن تولوا فقولوا اشهدوا بأنا مسلمون Say: O People of the Scripture! Come to a common word between us and you: that we shall worship none but God, and that

‘Let’s Stop the Scaremongering Around Religious Slaughter and Face the Facts’

Press Release Let’s Stop the Scaremongering Around Religious Slaughter and Face the Facts 7th March 2014 This week the president-elect of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) John Blackwell called for a ban on Zabiha and Shechita methods of slaughter if Muslims and Jews cannot find a “humane method of killing”. Dr Shuja Shafi, deputy secretary general

Muslim Council of Britain celebrates British Muslim Women on International Women’s Day

Press Release 7th March 2014 The Muslim Council of Britain celebrate the unprecedented numbers of British Muslim women involved in public life such as: Rushanara Ali MP, Yasmin Qureshi MP and Shabana Mahmood MP; as well as Baroness Warsi, Baroness Lady Uddin and Baroness Lady Hussin-Ece in the House of Lords. Muslim women are also distinguishing themselves academically in

Finsbury park mosque table tennis competition

Finsbury park mosque organized a table tennis competition to its youth, the chairman Mohammed Kozbar giving the prizes and the medals to the winners

Ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Central African Republic is a test for the entire world

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful The Federation of Islamic Organisations in Europe condemns the bloody sectarian attacks witnessed in the Central African Republic, considering this an extremely serious form of ethnic cleansing against the country’s Muslim citizens, which represents a test for the entire international community. The Federation follows with increased

Ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Central African Republic is a test for the entire world

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful The Federation of Islamic Organisations in Europe condemns the bloody sectarian attacks witnessed in the Central African Republic, considering this an extremely serious form of ethnic cleansing against the country’s Muslim citizens, which represents a test for the entire international community. The Federation follows with increased

MCB Press Release: ‘British Muslims Condemn Anti-Muslim Bigotry Printed in the Daily Mail’

Press Release 20th February 2014 Leading British Muslim and interfaith organisations today wrote to Paul Dacre, the Editor of the Daily Mail condemning an article by columnist Richard Littlejohn that deployed hateful Muslim stereotypes. The column purports to criticise an individual but instead uses slurs commonly found in racist and far-right websites to make its

Muslim Council of Britain Calls on British Muslims to support those affected by UK floods

  12th February 2014 Record breaking rain has led to some of the worst floods in UK, sadly leaving many homeless and vulnerable. The weather forecast for the coming days show that it may get worse. The Muslim Council of Britain appeals to all its affiliates including mosques and community organisations, and particularly our large

Muslim Council of Britain Calls on British Muslims to support those affected by UK floods

  12th February 2014 Record breaking rain has led to some of the worst floods in UK, sadly leaving many homeless and vulnerable. The weather forecast for the coming days show that it may get worse. The Muslim Council of Britain appeals to all its affiliates including mosques and community organisations, and particularly our large

Health and Social Care in Islington

Finsbury Park Mosque organised a presentation on Friday 31st January 2014 to the sister section at the Mosque where more than 30 sisters attended. Health Watch Islington delivered the presentation and provided information and consultation for the sisters. They also provided help and advice for individuals who would like to discuss issues in a bit

Stand up to racism, fascism and Islamophobia event at FPM

United against fascism and Finsbury Park Mosque organised a public event (Stand up to racism, fascism and Islamophobia) on Tuesday 28th January 2014 where around one hundred people from the local community in Islington representing different communities and background attended the event. The event chair was Councillar Claudia Webbe ( equalities champion).  Our guest speakers

Abusive website promoted by prospective Liberal Democrat candidate

NEWS DESK20th January 2014Abusive website promoted by prospective Liberal Democrat candidateThe Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) strongly condemns the cartoon pictures of the Prophets Jesus and Muhammad (may peace be upon them) published on the website called ‘Jesus and Mo.’ Despite the attempts of the website to publish comments from various public figures in praise

PUBLIC MEETING “Don’t let the racists divide us”

        Stand up to racism, fascism and Islamophobia Speakers: * Mohammad Kozbar, Finsbury Park Mosque * Despina Karayianni,( G reek anti-fascist organisation, KEERFA ) * Jeremy Corbyn MP * Weyman Bennett, UAF Tuesday 28th January 2014, 7pm at Finsbury Park Mosque,  7-11 St Thomas’s Rd, N4 2QH  We will be discussing: * Increasing

Health and Social Care in Islington

An information and consultation session for women Where: Finsbury Park Mosque, 7-11 St Thomas’ Road, London N4 2QH When: Friday 31st January 14.00 –15:00pm A presentation on Health watch and how it can help local people Finding out people’s experiences of health and social care services Individual help for people who would like to discuss

Islington MP and leader of the council visit to the mosque

A recent visit to Finsbury Park Mosque by the local MP Jeremy Corbyn and the leader of Islington Council Cllr Richard Watts where they addressed the community after the Friday prayers and met with the director of the Mosque Mohammed Kozbar. In the picture appear Sheikh Oad Al Khamees and Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al Rabaee

Muslim Council of Britain condemns the execution of Bangladesh’s opposition Leader

13th December 2013 The Muslim Council of Britain adds its voice in condemning the execution of a Bangladesh opposition leader, Abdul Quader Molla, on Thursday 11 December. The Bangladesh government has defied calls from the international community to act justly. The United Nations made a last ditch attempt to call a halt to the execution.

MCB Responds to Extremism Task Force Proposals

  Press Release Fear and Loathing is not the Best Response to Terrorism: Muslim Council of Britain Responds to Extremism Task Force Proposals 5th December 2013   The Muslim Council of Britain today expressed the concern felt in many British Muslim communities following the Government’s proposals for countering extremism in the wake of the tragic

MCB Press Release: ‘Remembering Madiba: Muslim Council of Britain Mourns Passing of Nelson Mandela’

Press Release Remembering Madiba: Muslim Council of Britain Mourns Passing of Nelson Mandela 6th December 2013 The Muslim Council of Britain today added its tribute to Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa and one of the greatest campaigners of freedom. Farooq Murad, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “He was an

The Mosque Chairman spoke in the Inter Faith Week at Islington council

  The Finsbury Park Mosque chairman Mohammed Kozbar spoke in the event to mark the Inter Faith Week during November 2013 which was hosted by Islington Council in conjunction with the Islington Faiths Forum that discussed some of the social action work being done by Islington faith groups in the community. Mr Kozbar highlighted the work

Islamophobia Awareness Month

To mark the first anniversary of Islamophobia Awareness Month You are invited to a Panel Discussion hosted by Jeremy Corbyn MP at the House of Commons, Monday 25 November at 7pm Islamophobia or anti-Muslim hatred is reaching worrying heights in Britain, across Europe, and globally. Racist and fascist fringe parties are gaining ground amidst economic

Press Release: Alcohol Awareness Week

Contact Name: Lauren Joyce Contact Number: 07912269182 Contact Email: Lauren@haga.co.uk IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local alcohol service sparks cross-borough debate this Alcohol Awareness Week This Alcohol Awareness Week, Haringey Advisory Group on Alcohol (HAGA) is hitting the streets of Barnet, Haringey and Islington to encourage people to have a conversation about alcohol. Local people will be invited

ARABIC SUPPLEMENTARY SCHOOL

11 St. Thomas Road London N4 2QH Every Sunday from 10:00 to 3:00pm Starting on the 10th Nov  Prepare learners to take GCSE & A-level in Arabic Language: In learning Arabic, students learn about structures, the cultural background of Arabic, ways of expressing ideas in two languages, translation skills, using ICT to learn a language,

MCB Press Release: ‘Lapshyn Murder: Anti-Muslim Terrorism and the Extremism that Feeds it’

25th October 2013     The Muslim Council of Britain today welcomed the sentencing of Pavlo Lapshyn who has been sent to jail for murdering an elderly British Muslim man and attempting to blow up mosques. There are many lessons to be drawn from this case: the response of the authorities, and our collective unwillingness

Arabic and Islamic weekend school for children

School for both boys and girls Age between 6-16 years Every Sunday from 10 am- 3 pm School Start Date is 06/10/2013 and end date is: 15/06/2014 School Subjects: 1– Qur’an Memorisation 2– Arabic writing and Reading 3– Islamic Manners  Payment and Fees (must be paid in advance)    £ 270 (For 1 Child Paid

AGAINST RACISM AND ISLAMOPHOBIA

AGAINST RACISM AND ISLAMOPHOBIA Stop EDL march in tower hamlets (07.09.2013) Assembly 11am, Altab Ali Park Whitechapel High Street, London E1 1JX Say NO to: racism, fascism, Islamophobia, and anti Muslim hatred. The community is united in its resolve against the vicious hatred and violence of the English Defence League.

Very Successful Neighborhood Open Day (2013) at Finsbury Park Mosque

It is the time to know each other more For the fifth year on row, Finsbury Park Mosque in association with WAMY have held its annual neighborhood day & the school open day on Sunday 30th of June 2013 and Monday 1st of July 2013. The day was a great success with more than 500

Finsbury Park Mosque hosted Islington Faiths Forum

The Committee of Islington Faiths Forum met at Finsbury Park Mosque on 19th June 2013 and discussed community life and in particular the raise of Islamophobia post Woolwich incident with an emphasis on everyone keeping safe and well.  Islington Police joined us along with Safer Islington Partnership from Islington Council and Voluntary Action Islington.

Hundreds of community members registered to donate blood at the mosque

Hundred of the Muslim community members have registered their names to donate blood after Finsbury Park Mosque in association with Young Planners, a voluntary Muslim youth organisation, have organised an event on the world blood donor day, Friday the 14th of June 2013 at the mosque encouraging Muslims to benefit their society by donating blood. This will help

Police patrol Islamic sites ‘at risk’ after fires

June 9, 2013 by Bob Pitt There will be 24-hour police patrols at certain Islamic sites in London after two suspicious fires, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner has said. Fires were started at a community centre in Muswell Hill on Wednesday, and a Chislehurst school on Saturday. An increased police presence has now been put in place around potentially “vulnerable” locations, said Sir

Police patrol Islamic sites ‘at risk’ after fires

June 9, 2013 by Bob Pitt There will be 24-hour police patrols at certain Islamic sites in London after two suspicious fires, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner has said. Fires were started at a community centre in Muswell Hill on Wednesday, and a Chislehurst school on Saturday. An increased police presence has now been put in place around potentially “vulnerable” locations, said Sir

Allah tells us that “If anyone saved a life it would be as if he saved the life of the whole humanity.” Quran 5:32

Assalaamu ‘alaikum dear brothers and sisters, As Muslims living in the West, we have no option but to benefit our society. It isn’t just about verbally professing the message of Islam but also about living Islam by helping our communities. The prophet Muhammad (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) was called ‘Al Ameen’ (The Trustworthy One) by his community

MAB warns against rise in anti-Muslim rhetoric

NEWS DESK 6th June 2013 MAB warns against rise in anti-Muslim rhetoric The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) expresses its deepest sympathy and support to the worshippers of Al-Rahma Islamic Centre in Muswell Hill, which was destroyed in a fire in the early hours of Wednesday. Fire crews report to have seen the letters ‘EDL’

A free invitation to new and newly practising Muslims

Are you a new Muslim? , please come learn with us, socialise with us and invite your friends & family to our Sundays free meeting from 4:30 – 6:30 at Finsbury Park Mosque to feel at ease with your new way of life all are for free.   Learn how to pray. Learn how to

June 2013 prayer time table for Muslim Welfare house and Finsbury Park Mosques

June prayer time table for Muslim Welfare house and Finsbury Park Mosques including Azan and jammaha times FRIDAY AT FPM: KHUTBA WILL STARTS 01:30 From FRIDAY 5/4/2013   Azan Time Muslim Welfare House and Finsbury Park Mosque Jamat Time Prayer June 2013 Fajr Dhuhr ‘Asr Magrib ‘Isha Date Fajr Shuruq Dhuhr ‘Asr Magrib ‘Isha Date

Bazaar at Finsbury Park Mosque this Tuesday

Know your blood pressure

High blood pressure is just one of the risk factors for developing heart and circulatory disease. Estimated that 5 million people in the UK are walking around, undiagnosed, with high blood pressure. The only way to know whether you have high blood pressure is to have it measured.   In collaboration with Stroke association the

The Mosque sister committee meet the women committee of St. Thomas’s Rd., Church

Our sisters committee met with the women committee of St. Thomas’s Rd. Church at the mosque on Tuesday 26/3/13 to discuss how interfaith dialogue can be improved between both religious and to work together in joint projects related to our local community and particularly for women in order to build bridges between the two communities.

Free DEBT ADVICE

Islington People’s Rights What we can do for you? Islington People’s Rights provides an independent debt and benefits advice service. We help people with debt and welfare benefits problems. We help with a range of problems such as · Rent / Mortgage arrears · Benefit Overpayment · Council tax arrears, · Gas and Electricity Bills,

Capital Clean Up Finsbury Park

Working in partnership Capital Clean Up Finsbury Park 11th – 15th March 2013 Islington Council and the local community will be working to clean up your area. Removing graffiti and fly posters Litter-picking and cleaning up your highways Advice to residents and businesses about keeping your area clean Get involved! For more information or to

NAADI TUYOOR AL_JANNAH

Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) is delighted to invite all children between age 4-10 to an educational, fun and Islamic day at Finsbury Park Mosque on 20/2/2012. The fee is £3.00 per child (including lunch).

Finsbury Park Mosque event on how to become a foster carer

Finsbury Park Mosque organised an event on Wednesday 13/2/13 with an Independent Fostering Agency called Banya. Banya provides competitive Fostering Allowance (around £370 per week) and full training and professional support for 24/7. They have numbers of Muslim children/ young people referrals and would like to place them with families with similar backgrounds. As members

Funny day for Children and their parents

The mosque in association with Muslim Association of Britain women section organised a day of fun for the children and their parents on Wednesday 2nd of January. More than 50 children and their parents attended various activities, from face painting to competitions in drawings and paintings. Prizes have been distributed by the end of the

Bowel Cancer Awareness Workshop

On Tuesday 29/1/13, Finsbury Park Mosque with the association of Arab Advice Bureau organised a workshop raising up the Bowel Cancer Awareness for Women. Around 25 sisters listened to experts from the NHS and the session ended with discussion at the conference hall and the feed back was very good.

Table Tennis competition result at Finsbury Park Mosque youth club.

The youth club at Finsbury Park Mosque organised a table Tennis competition for its youth where more than 20 boys participated in a very competitive atmosphere. The winner of 14 years old and over was Saleh Mohammed and runner up was Mohamed Adam. The winner of 13 and under was Sulayman Filli and runner up

The memorial ceremony in the honour of the Imam Abdessalam Yassine

On January 6, 2013, the Finsbury Park Mosque hosted an event organised by British Association for Culture and Development (BACD), the memorial ceremony in the honour of the Imam Abdessalam Yassine, the founder of Al-Adl wa Al-Ihsan (Justice & Spirituality) Movement and School. People from different walks of life attend the ceremony to show respect

Combating Islamophobia & Anti-Muslim Hatred: A community Approach

On Monday 26 November 2012, As part of the Islamophobia awareness month (IAM), Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House organised a seminar titled “Combating Islamophobia & Anti-Muslim Hatred: A community Approach”. The Muslim community & local community in Islington as well as representatives from Islington council, Police, Churches, Mosques and trade unions came together

Islamic Wills Seminar

London Metropolitan University volunteers community visit to Finsbury Park Mosque

A group from new students of Metropolitan University who study community relations visited Finsbury Park Mosque on Tuesday 30/11 in order to give them an insight into the relationship between the mosque and its neighbour from the Muslim community and the wider community as well. They took a tour inside the mosque ended by discussion

Muslims Condemn Attack on Soldier in Woolwich

  No cause justifies this murder A barbaric act that has no basis in Islam and we condemn this unreservedly Vast majority of British Muslims acknowledge armed forces for the work they do Calls for calm and unity in all communities     The Muslim Council of Britain this evening spoke out, in the strongest

Finsbury Park Mosque Activity time table

Day   Activities & In charge   Saturday   Girls Halaqa in English (SA)   (10:30 – Zuhr)   Children in the Hall (H)   Youth Club for Girls   (after Zuhr-15:30) (H)   Islamic Knowledge for Somalian Sisters (10:00- 17:00) (SA)   Albanian Circle Maghrib – Isha (TF)   Karate class for Kids  

London Metropolitan University volunteers community visit to Finsbury Park Mosque

A group from new students of Metropolitan University who study community relations visited Finsbury Park Mosque on Tuesday 30/11 in order to give them an insight into the relationship between the mosque and its neighbour from the Muslim community and the wider community as well. They took a tour inside the mosque ended by discussion

1st Ethical Food Drive Campaign

Islamic Wills Seminar

IMMIGRATION WORKSHOP

On Friday June 1st CITIZENS UK hosted an immigration workshop at the Finsbury Park Mosque. The Immigration workshop was run as part of the New Citizens Legal Service (NCLS) which exists to address the issue of poor quality, unsatisfactory and often exploitative immigration services. More than 30 people from our local community attended this workshop,

Finsbury Park Mosque hosted the first public meeting of Islington Unite Against Fascism

The public launch meeting of Islington Unite Against Fascism was a wonderful example of British multiculturalism at its best. The Finsbury Park Mosque ,where the meeting was held, was buzzing with men, women and children from all religions, cultures and backgrounds, united in one aim: to defend multiculturalism and fight fascism. Even the panel of

Ramadan Program 1432/2011

The Finsbury Park Mosque is welcoming the blessed month of Ramadan this year with various activities aiming to engage the community and enable them to get the best out of the blessed month inshaAllah:Iftar: The Mosque will provide Iftar 5 days a week   Daily Talk: Daily Reading on a Book of Knowledge after Asr

North London Central Mosque Imam’s peace message

North London Central Mosque Imam’s peace message Published: 1st July, 2011 by PAVAN AMARA HUNDREDS turned out for the open day at the North London Central Mosque in Finsbury Park on Sunday. A history of Islam, a chart of British-Muslim celebrities, and Muslim contributions to academic achievement were all on display in the mosque’s main

Khalid Mahmood’s False Claims Increase Risk of Islamophobic Attacks on North London Central Mosque

North London Central Mosque Press Release Khalid Mahmood’s False Claims Increase Risk of Islamophobic Attacks on North London Central Mosque We wish to put the record straight following false claims made by Khalid Mahmood MP for Birmingham Perry Bar, a former trustee of North London Central Mosque (NLCM). Until this week we intended to remain

STATEMENT ON NORTH LONDON CENTRAL MOSQUE v POLICY EXCHANGE

On Thursday 26th November 2009, the High Court ruled in the matter of the North London Central Mosque Trust v the Policy Exchange that although the NLCMT was a registered charity, it could not bring a case of defamation in its own right or has such a case brought by Trustees in its name as

FPM Youth Club wins the first prize

In Service of the Community: The Safe Neighbourhood Challenge prize organised by the Metropolitan Police every year , was given to FPM youth club this year 2009 on their project of ‘Clean Up Day’ which served the local community. FPM Youth Club carried out the clean up twice where the young people went out in

Visit from Denmark

North London Central Mosque has received a big group of Danish students who were visiting the country. They got in touch with the mosque expressing their willingness to visit the mosque, have a presentation about Islam and have a tour of the mosque. The group along with two teachers came and they enjoyed their time

Community event shows new face of the Finsbury Park place of worship

Islington Tribune – by PETER GRUNER Published: 13 February 2009 Community event shows new face of the Finsbury Park place of worship ONCE a hotbed of extremism, Finsbury Park’s towering red brick mosque opened its doors on Saturday to hundreds of local residents as part of a unique Celebrate Your Neighbour Day event. It was

The Neo-Inquisition: One of the Fitan before the Last Day

No one on earth has the right to tell what is in the heart of another human being or to judge his faith; simply, because faith belongs only to Almighty Allah. Even when scholars evaluate, based on their knowledge, the views of others, they, full of manners and etiquettes, stick to the brilliant Islamic principle

The memorial ceremony in the honour of the Imam Abdessalam Yassine

On January 6, 2013, the Finsbury Park Mosque hosted an event organised by British Association for Culture and Development (BACD), the memorial ceremony in the honour of the Imam Abdessalam Yassine, the founder of Al-Adl wa Al-Ihsan (Justice & Spirituality) Movement and School. People from different walks of life attend the ceremony to show respect

North London Central Mosque evacuated in ‘white powder’ scare

LEADING figures in the community rallied around a Finsbury Park mosque this week following a “white powder” attack which forced police to evacuate the building and close off a road. It happened after North London Central Mosque – formerly Finsbury Park Mosque – received a package in the post with a racist message and a

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