The management of the Shah Jahan Mosque was taken up by some of the trustees of the London Mosque in 1912.
On 19 November 1926, a "Declaration of Trust" for the London Mosque Fund was officiated and signed by dignitaries for the “erection and maintenance in London of a fitting Mosque to be used by Moslems in London and Moslems visiting London from any part of the world for worship according to the religion of Islam".
As more and more Muslim sailors settled in east London, Friday and Eid Prayers moved to the larger venue of Kings Hall on Commercial Road.
Around 400 worshippers would use the prayer hall, with other spaces being devoted to use as a hostel for Muslim sailors.The official opening of the East London Mosque took place on Friday 1 August 1941, for Jumu'a (Friday) prayer.The Greater London Council, under compulsory purchase order, acquired the three mosque buildings on Commercial Road and in return provided land and temporary buildings (45 Fieldgate Street E1) until a permanent Mosque could be built on Whitechapel Road.It‘s the capital‘s fastest growing religion, based on noble traditions and compassionate principles, yet Islam can still be tainted by mistrust and misunderstanding.Surprisingly though, it can be notoriously hard to meet people.
But have no fear - Skiddle is awash with dating events taking place in the big smoke, as more and more people aim to combat the fact that it can be tricky to connect with new people in such a hectic city.The key to success has been the focus on attracting a smart and modern audience consisting of British Asian professionals.The dating events are broken down by religion, age and location.This is Imdad Ali Kazi, who chaired the Jamiat ul Muslimin, a society that promoted Islam, and was founding father of the University of Sindh.The Jamiat grew as an organisation and established numerous Islamic centres around the UK.Growing up around Brick Lane, Ed Husain was a devout Muslim and diligent student.