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 finals. Over 120 youth were engaged in the competition; all from diverse backgrounds.
A group of dedicated volunteers helped organise the tournament, which was enjoyed by many and attracted spectators to cheer the teams. This football tournament was organised by the Islington Faiths Forum, Prizes were handed out to the winners of the tournament by Roz Miller, The Director of Islington Faiths Forum.
Mohammed Kozbar, the chairman of the mosque said: "We are delighted to win this tournament after 4 years of trying, Finsbury Park Mosque would like to congratulate FPM youth ...
EID PRAYERS TIMES
FIRST PRAYER 08:00 am
SHAIKH CHOKRI MAJOULI (ARABIC AND ENGLISH)
SECOND PRAYER 09:00 am
SHAIKH OMAR MOHAMUD (ARABIC)
THIRD PRAYER 10:00 am
DR MOHAMED ALI (ARABIC AND ENGLISH)
Finsbury Park Mosque wishes the Muslim and the wider community a happy Eid
Parking on Eid-Day
From 8.30 am to 2.00 pm
Please note that free parking has been agreed by Islington Council to the Muslim Community as a goodwill gesture on the roads named on the list , marked on the attached plan and strictly, according to the guidance below.
You are allowed to park on:-
Residents’ Parking Bays on the named roads only.
Pay & Display Bays without making any payment.
On Single Yellow Lines (unless there are loading restrictions) and not causing any obstructions.
You must NOT park on:-
Double Yellow Lines
Private roads or properties, and
Very close to junctions / bollards.
Suspended parking bays.
Please remember this is on experimental basis. The Council will be monitoring it. We are using facilities ...
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 . This was also part of the ‘Pray & Fast month’ ahead of The United Nations Climate Change Conference which will be taking place in December of this year in Paris.
The event was very successful and was attended by over 80 people from the Muslim and Christian faiths. Talks were given by Fatima Said from Finsbury Park Mosque on Climate Change from an Islamic perspective and Barbara Kentish from the Christian perspective. This coincides with the publication of Islamic Declaration on Global Climate and Pope Francis's letter on climate, Laudato Si' which were mentioned by the speakers during the talk. It was delightful ...
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 the shocking scenes of young refugee children being washed up on the shores of Turkey.
Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: "Britain has long prided itself in being a humanitarian country on the world stage and offering refuge to those who need it most. We remember this most famously during the Second World War and the Kindertransport rescue efforts. We need to rekindle these values once more and ensure the UK takes its fair share of refugees. We are not calling for open borders, but open hearts. I call upon ...
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
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 Ahmed, who was attacked on his way to prayers at a mosque in Rotherham.
The Muslim Council of Britain renews its call on the government and authorities to take Islamophobic crimes seriously, and appeals to editors and producers to reflect on the hostile atmosphere that currently exists which has effectively normalised anti-Muslim hatred.
Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “This is an absolute disgusting and horrific crime against an elderly man. We hope the perpetrators are brought to justice and serve a time fitting that of taking the life of a ‘gentle’ grandfather”. More ...
Join us at Finsbury Park Mosque for the informative weekly fiqh classes, given by Dr Omer El-Hamdoon on the fiqh of purification of Shafiee.
Starts Thursday 10/9/2015.
A fee of £5 and registration in advance is required
Abdul Malik: 07496497748
Ibrahim Sadiq: 07719179405
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 faith.
London mosque offers help and hot meals to homeless - Al Jazeera English -