The Finsbury Park Mosque chairman Mohammed Kozbar spoke in the event to mark the Inter Faith Week during November 2013 which was hosted by Islington Council in conjunction with the Islington Faiths Forum that discussed some of the social action work being done by Islington faith groups in the community. Mr Kozbar highlighted the work and efforts which have taken by the mosque in order to strength the relations between the Muslim community and the wider community and to build bridges between each other and how the mosque liaises with different faith and community groups to create a cohesive atmosphere in the area. Speakers include Councillor Claudia Webbe and representatives from CARIS Islington, Amida London Buddhist Centre and Archway Methodist Church.
The aim of Inter Faith Week is to:
strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels
increase awareness of different and distinct faith communities in the UK (in particular celebrating and building on the contribution that their members ...
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Local alcohol service sparks cross-borough debate this Alcohol Awareness Week
This Alcohol Awareness Week, Haringey Advisory Group on Alcohol (HAGA) is hitting the streets of Barnet, Haringey and Islington to encourage people to have a conversation about alcohol. Local people will be invited to get on their soapbox and shout out their public thoughts, or to anonymously share their more private thoughts, about alcohol. As well as inciting debate about “booze Britain,” HAGA hope to create a more intimate debate about individual’s true feelings about alcohol. The debate will be brought to a wider audience through Twitter accounts documenting the public and private thoughts shared on the streets, and encouraging others to contribute online.
Alcohol Awareness Week—an annual event led by Alcohol Concern, the leading alcohol campaigning charity—will be running from 18-24 November 2013. ...
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25th October 2013
The Muslim Council of Britain today welcomed the sentencing of Pavlo Lapshyn who has been sent to jail for murdering an elderly British Muslim man and attempting to blow up mosques. There are many lessons to be drawn from this case: the response of the authorities, and our collective unwillingness to treat anti-Muslim hatred seriously.
Lapshyn's terrorist activities should not be seen on isolation. There will be some who will view his activities as those of a lone wolf. But in a summer that saw an unprecedented rise in attacks on mosques and Islamic institutions, it is important for all of us to challenge anti-Muslim hatred, just as we challenge those who wrongly use Islam to carry out acts of violence.
Lapshyn’s murder of pensioner Muhammed Saleem Chaudhry is particularly worrying. It seems that the Police were reluctant to categorise this as an Islamophobic attack. In his daughter’s view, the ...
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AGAINST RACISM AND ISLAMOPHOBIA
Stop EDL march in tower hamlets (07.09.2013)
Assembly 11am, Altab Ali Park
Whitechapel High Street, London E1 1JX
Say NO to: racism, fascism, Islamophobia, and anti Muslim hatred. The community is united in its resolve against the vicious hatred and violence of the English Defence League.
It is the time to know each other more
For the fifth year on row, Finsbury Park Mosque in association with WAMY have held its annual neighborhood day & the school open day on Sunday 30th of June 2013 and Monday 1st of July 2013. The day was a great success with more than 500 people visiting the mosque on Sunday and more than 300 students on Monday, the impression and comments we had on our guest book from the visitors are brilliant & encouraging.
Members from Churches, Community Centres, Safer Neighbourhood police, Islington council, fire brigade and our local MP Jeremy Corbyn among the people who attended and showed great support to the activity. Exhibition, films, presentation about the mosque activities, hennah for girls, bouncy castle for children and mosque tour were among many other activities took place. Our girls from the youth club preformed few songs in front of the ...
The Committee of Islington Faiths Forum met at Finsbury Park Mosque on 19th June 2013 and discussed community life and in particular the raise of Islamophobia post Woolwich incident with an emphasis on everyone keeping safe and well. Islington Police joined us along with Safer Islington Partnership from Islington Council and Voluntary Action Islington.