The Muslim Association of Britain calls for Mosques across the country to hold Janaza prayers in absentia for Dr Mohammed Morsi who died today in an Egyptian court following six years of medical negligence and solitary confinement in abhorrent prison conditions.

Janaza prayers are to be held on Tuesday 18th June following Maghrib prayers, and on Friday 21st June following Jumua prayers.

MAB also calls upon everyone to attend a vigil outside the Egyptian Embassy in London on Friday at 6pm.


Towns and Mosques which have confirmed Janaza prayers:

  • London
    • Finsbury Park Mosque (Tuesday after Maghrib & after Friday prayers)
    • Muslim Welfare House (Tuesday after Maghrib & after Friday prayers)
    • Purley Masjid (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • Wembley Central Mosque (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • AlHuda Welfare Foundation (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • AlNoor Cultural & Education Trust (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • Al-Ansar Islamic Education Centre (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • Woodford Mosque (Tuesday after Maghrib)
    • Altab Ali Park, Whitechapel Road (Wednesday, 2pm)
    • Masjid At-Tarbiyah (Wednesday after Maghrib)
    • Masjid Ayesha (after Friday prayers)
    • Lewisham Islamic Centre (Friday after Maghrib)
  • Birmingham
    • Muslim Student House (Tuesday after Maghrib)
  • Manchester
    • Umar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque (Tuesday after Maghrib)
  • Leeds
    • Iqra Centre (Tuesday after Maghrib & after Friday prayers)
    • Lingfield Centre (Tuesday after Maghrib & after Friday prayers)
    • Leeds Grand Mosque (Wednesday after Maghrib & Isha)
  • Sheffield
    • Fatima Community Centre (after Friday prayers)
    • Muslim Welfare House of Sheffield (after Friday prayers)
  • Middlesborough
    • Abu Bakr Mosque (Tuesday after Maghrib)
  • Newcastle
    • Muslim Welfare House Newcastle (after Friday prayers)
  • Glasgow
    • MAB Scotland Centre (after Friday prayers)
    • AlFurqan Mosque (after Friday prayers)
  • Edinburgh
    • Dar Al-Arqam Mosque (after Friday prayers)
  • Cardiff
    • Dar Al-Isra (please contact mosque for details)

List will be updated as mosques confirm their participation


Muslim Association of Britain

17th June 2019


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