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The number of East Pakistanis in Britain, one of the largest Muslim ethnic groups in the country, rose from 2,000 in 1951 to 6,000 in 1961.
The increase was due mainly to immigration from the small towns of Sylhet district, In 1975 the local authority bought the properties in Commercial Road under a compulsory purchase order, in return providing a site with temporary buildings on Whitechapel Road next to the Fieldgate Street Great Synagogue.
Very interesting place to visit, people friendly, you need to put any bags into storage across the toad then go through system like airport security.
Lovely gift shop, nothing to much trouble, our guide told us about the history of the building and then we... It is a place that attracts like minded people and you won’t be disappointed with the faith-based and non-faith based activities serving about 2 million visitors a year and have Friday congregation for up...
Some local non-Muslim residents protested it as noise pollution, leading to coverage by the Daily Mail, Daily Star; in response, local Church of England clerics gave their support for the adhan in a letter to the East London Advertiser.
Sermon was in Arabic, Bangla and English and started at 1.20 pm and Salah finished 1.55 pm.
Janazah prayers followed straight after so important...
On 2 August 1941 the combined houses were inaugurated as the 'East London Mosque and Islamic Culture Centre' at a ceremony attended by the Egyptian Ambassador, Colonel Sir Gordon Neal (representing the Secretary of State for India).
The first prayer was led by the Ambassador for Saudi Arabia, Shaikh Hafiz Wahba.
Whether you're here for its dynamic street life, worldclass galleries or famed curry houses, you're bound tobe wowed by the uniquely cosmopolitan flavor of Whitechapel.