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Month: September 2013

Reaching out to the other

I was interviewed on BBC Radio Nottingham yesterday about a poll that said that a quarter of British people don’t trust Muslims. I discussed why this might be and what we can do about it. You can listen to the interview at www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01gkk0d (13:44-19:15). Basically Muslims need to understand British people better and British people need to […]

Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire visits Karimia Institute

On Friday 27th September, Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace visited Karimia Institute. He was shown around the centre and introduced to various projects of the Karimia Institute including our youth club. Here, Mobeen introduced him to the Karimia Youth Society and his efforts bring youth people together and to raise their standards and aspirations.

Condemnation of brutal suicide attack on a church in Peshawar

We condemn the killing of Pakistani Christians by Taliban Suicide bombers. The All Saints Church is located in Kohati Gate in the city’s old quarter of Peshawar. Numerous militant attacks have occurred in this area over recent years, mostly targeting Muslims. Pakistan’s Imams, scholars and religious leaders have condemned the attack and their representative body […]

The Deen Riders Visit Nottingham (21st September)

The air buzzed with the sound of motorbikes as the Deen Riders visited Bobbers Mill Community Centre yesterday. The Deen Riders rode into town as part of a day long fundraising effort for Syria. The day started with dawn prayers in London, folowed by visits to Bradford, Nottingham and Luton. In Nottingham they touched down at Bobbbers Mill Community Centre, […]

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