Muslim institutions in the UK struggle to survive a disproportionate death toll and lockdown-induced financial troubles

On the first day of lockdown there was a strong sense of deja vu at the Al-Manaar Mosque in west London. The team was strongly reminded of when the mosque’s doors were flung open in 2017 to the survivors of the nearby Grenfell Tower fire disaster. Overnight, its elegant halls were transformed into an emergency support centre.

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