Hundreds of mosques across the UK open their doors to the public

More than 250 mosques across the UK, from Inverness to Cornwall, will today be opening their doors to their neighbours of all faiths and no faith as part of the fifth annual Visit My Mosque Day. The national initiative, which was conceived in 2015 by the Muslim Council of Britain, builds upon decades of interfaith [...]

March 3rd, 2019|1 Comment

Report: MAB Brexit Conference

MAB Conference: Muslims and Brexit: What Next? On the 28th of July 2016, the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) organised a conference about the future of Muslims post-Brexit. The reason for this conference was to discuss the vision, predictions and analysis for the future. The event was hosted by Shazia Arshad and the guests speakers [...]

August 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Report: MAB Brexit Conference

Mosques in Britain

As far back as 1860, Britain's first mosque was recorded in the register of religious sites, at 2 Glyn Rhondda Street, Cardiff, Wales. Nearly three decades later, Britain’s first mosque was established as the Liverpool Muslim Centre, by Imam Abdullah Quilliam in 1889. At the same time, the first purpose built mosque was erected at Woking in Surrey, known as [...]

June 29th, 2015|Comments Off on Mosques in Britain

The Future for Muslims in Britain Review

The Future for Muslims in Britain Review  By Anna Birawi On 11th March, Professor Tariq Ramadan, a prominent intellectual and Professor in Contemporary Islamic studies at Oxford University, and Dr Anas Altikriti, the Chairman of the Muslim Association of Britain and CEO of the Cordoba Foundation, came together in a panel discussion urging Muslims to embrace [...]

March 26th, 2015|Comments Off on The Future for Muslims in Britain Review