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West London Islamic Centre & Jamia Masjid

Dawah Table

"Let there be no compulsion in religion: Truth stands out clear from falsehood: whoever rejects satan and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy hand- hold, that never breaks.And Allah is all-Hearing, all-Knowing. "
(Al Qur'an 2:255-56)

"Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching and reason with all in the best manners possible"
(Al-Qur'an 16:125)

The Centre helped arrange weekly Saturday Dawah Tables in Ealing Broadway and Greenford. The tables provided an array of literature and information on the true and accurate position of Islam and Muslims on various topical issues of the day, including, the evils of terrorism in all its manifestations, the esteemed status of women in Islam, Islam & democracy, Islam & environmental conservation, the institute of marriage, homosexuality, abortion, prohibition of alcohol & games of chance, the reality, forms and divine code of adjudication: the Sharia, tolerance & human rights in Islam, British Muslims & citizenship, world peace, Islam & politics, morality & social justice, Prophethood, the theory of evolution, concept & Oneness of God, paradise & hell, Muslim affection for Jesus the Messiah son of Mary (peace be upon them), life after death, the Qur'an & modern science, the purpose of life and much more.

The tables were supervised by approachable, respectful, insightful and considerate individuals who aspired to personify the peaceful and virtuous message of Islam and remove common misconceptions. We also organise annual Mosque Open Days and communal dinner discussions. Do you have misgivings or questions concerning Islam? Please don't just use the media as your main point of reference, ask the adherents, as they say, its good to talk...

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Narrated by Anas (RA) I served the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) for ten years, and he never said to me even a 'Uf' [a minor harsh word denoting impatience] and never blamed me by saying, 'Why did you do so or why didn't you do so?'[Related in Bukhari]