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Discussion on Organ Donation in the Muslim Community


About this Event Better understand: +Islamic Thought around organ donation +Health needs in the BAME/Muslim community +NHS Clinical procedure for organ donation This event is taking place on Wednesday the 17th of April, from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Al Manaar Mosque 244 Acklam Road London W10 5YG Register online at Eventbrite Contact:  

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Kia Kaha vigil

Following the tragic events in Christchurch New Zealand last Friday, we hosted at Al-Manaar an interfaith vigil to remember the 50 lives lost and many more injured. If an act of hate was intended to sow division this evenings vigil emphatically demonstrated that it did not, it will not and it cannot and in a poignant move Sis. Ismahan Egal ...

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Never Forgotten Forever Loved…an interfaith Christchurch vigil

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Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre will host a vigil in memory of the victims in Christchurch, NZ We are horrified by the cold-blooded massacre of 50 peaceful Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, last Friday. The brutal and merciless killing of innocent and defenceless worshippers devastates us. Our thoughts and prayers are with the scores of injured who remain ...

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Prayers Held for Victims of Terrorist Attacks in New Zealand

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Public prayers were observed yesterday afternoon, Saturday 16th March 2019, in memory of the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack, which killed at least 50 Muslim worshippers, including children, on Friday 15th March 2019. Organised by resident Londoners, Sister Zakia and Sister Sara and led by Al-Manaar Mosque’s Imam Ahmad Aldahdouh, the prayers took place at London’s Trafalgar Square near ...

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Terrorist Crimes Against Worshippers in New Zealand

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Press Release Statement Terrorist Crimes against Worshippers in New Zealand We are appalled and saddened by the news of an extremist terrorist attack on Muslim worshipers in Mosques in New Zealand earlier today, Friday 15th March 2019, where over 50 innocent civilians were killed and injured. We unequivocally condemn the horrific and hate-driven terrorist attack. Our thoughts and prayers are ...

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Attacks motivated by extremism, whether from Daesh or the extreme far right, have made news headlines and brought concerns relating to radicalisation to the fore. In the UK, local and central government work together with community and religious organisations to safeguard vulnerable people from radicalisation. At this event, you will hear from people who work in counter-radicalisation and Prevent, including ...

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Insight into Al-Manaar’s Winter Shelter Scheme for the Homeless

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New Video for #VisitMyMosque

Al-Manaar is taking part in the annual Visit-my-Mosque event on Sunday 3rd March 2019, from 11am to 4pm. There will be plenty of stalls and activities to show case what goes on inside Al-Manaar Mosque and Centre. There will also be an exhibition and Imams and officials around to answer questions from the public. More details to follow. Stay tuned. The ...

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A Statement from RBKC’s Cllr Gerard Hargreaves

  Kensington and Chelsea Council is proud of its continuing work with, and support for, the Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre. Al-Manaar has worked tirelessly for the local community, providing help to all those who need it. We will not forget that within hours of the Grenfell tragedy, Al-Manaar opened its doors to everyone in need of shelter and care. This ...

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RBKC Prevent Coordinator Response to Media Reports Relating to Al-Manaar 

In response to recent media reports linking Al-Manaar to extremism, the Prevent Coordinator for the local borough, Pinakin Patel, wrote to the newspapers which were covering the story to explain the anti-radicalisation work that the mosque has undertaken. The full letter is below: As the Prevent Coordinator for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea – and as someone who ...

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