Last week saw the National Hate Crime Awareness Week; a national endeavour that aims to raise awareness of the increasing occurrence of hate crimes in the UK, in attempts to hear the voices and provide solace to those subject to such atrocities and ultimately decrease the alarming rate of hate fuelled crime. Lancashire Council of…Details
A consortium of committee members, mosque personnel and leaders of Lancashire mosques participated in Mosque Management and Health & Safety training. This programme took place in Blackburn on October 14th & 15th, organised by the Lancashire Council of Mosques and delivered by Faith Associates. The training was aimed at guiding the management committee on how…Details
Charity registration Number: 1015119 Press Statement RE: Rohingya Communities The modern world has pledged that it will stand in front of tyrants whenever there will be a danger of oppression, a fear of human massacre and removal of people from their homes based on their ethnicity or faith. The United Nations is supposed to…Details
Please see below Eid ul Adha prayer times for Blackburn and Preston Mosques.
Lancashire Council of Mosques Vice President Rafiq Sufi with other scholars from LCM attended and payed their respects to those who tragically lost their lives in the Westminster attack.
Following the horrific attack in Manchester, the Chair of Lancashire Council of Mosques Abdul Hamid Qureshi attended the Manchester Vigil with Faz Patel. Thousands attended the vigil showing their respects to those who lost their lives & showing unity in the face of hardship. Read the full LCM statement on the horrific Manchester attack: http://www.lancashiremosques.com/lcm-manchester-statement
We all woke up this morning to the tragic news of the fatal events that took place in Manchester on the evening of Monday the 22nd of May, 2017. For such an attack to place at an arena filled with children and young people is heart-breaking. The Lancashire Council of Mosques and the Muslim community…Details