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History of Ummatan Wahida


Ummatan Wahida is inspired by the achievements of these people in the UK. This is there story. Central Mosque is the second purpose built mosque in the United Kingdom. After initially raising money to lay the foundations of the mosque, funds had run dry. There was the possibility that the city council would sell the land off to another buyer if the mosque was not completed within two years. Thus the mosque trustees went to local communities for donations, both Muslim and non-Muslim. Soon enough, sufficient money was raised to pay for the building and completion of the mosque in 1969. The mosque was then officially opened in 1975 as the largest mosque in Western Europe.

Ummatan Wahida Mosque

The above stated name is what we envisions our Mosque to be called some day. At the moment our center is just a sizeable one just outside the metropolitan areas which is a good venue for our future Mosque. Peaceful coexistence, respect and understanding is the very epicenter of our inner guidelines. In this way we could champion the voice of unity and the indivisible brotherhood of man.


Mosque Design

The following is just a brief description of the Mosque we envisions: The mosque itself has to get two floors. On the first floor there is a large Main Hall for prayers which can easily accommodate around 3000 worshippers at any one time. In addition there is a Ladies’ Gallery to accommodate about 400 women. New contracts have recently been given to extend the ladies gallery as well as provide extra separate accommodation for visitors to the mosque who drop in to learn about Islam and Muslims. The ground floor is divided into two areas providing office accommodation, a community hall (Day Centre), an extensive Islamic library, educational classrooms and a large School Hall area which is used for prayers, assemblies and other activities.