Mrs Jane Booth, the chair of Lancashire county council safeguarding board and Abdul Hamid Qureshi, the CEO of Lancashire Council of Mosques met to discuss the partnership between the two on Safeguarding in Lancashire. In the attendance were Abdul Alim Kheratkar, the Secretary General of LCM and Saeed Sidat LCC officer. The meeting decided the…Details
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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
On Saturday 30th April 2016, Imams Online delivered the second in a series of Digital Summits to 150 Imams, Mosque leaders, Madrassah teachers & Social Media practitioners in Manchester. The day consisted of presentations, E-safety training and discussions on how, as a community and as religious leaders, we can more effectively engage with young people…Details