Peace flyers for 19, 20, 21 September!

Peace flyers for 19, 20, 21 September!

Peace flyers for Islamic centres, synagogues, churches and meeting houses are now ready!

Click on the images below to download the flyers.

Send links to friends, colleagues, neighbours and networks, encouraging them to open up their places of worship, inviting in neighbouring communities and visitors during peace weekend.

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Flyer for Islamic centres

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Flyer for synagogues and Jewish centres.

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Flyer for churches, Meeting Houses and Christian centres.

 

We are delighted that the Quakers have added their support this year, and that Religions for Peace UK are also encouraging their members to get involved.

Islamic centres will be receiving visitors on Friday 19 September, synagogues on Saturday 20 September and churches and Meeting Houses on Sunday 21 September.

Everyone participating will be part of a world wide weekend of action for peace-making, truce, reconciliation, mediation, ceasefire and a celebration of peace-building.

If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact the people listed on the flyers or the London Peace Network.

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Over fifty Islamic Centres marking International Day of Peace

The UN International Day of Peace is on Friday and already we are aware of over 50 Islamic centres and mosques which will be participating.

If you know of others, please let us know so we can add them below.

Visit by scholars in Najaf to Baghdad, Iraq

Careva Džamija, The Emperor’s Mosque, Sarajevo, Bosnia

Gazi Husrevbegova Džamija, Gazi Husrevbey Mosque (Central Mosque), Sarajevo, Bosnia

Džamija Kralj Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, King Fahd Mosque and Islamic Centre, Sarajevo, Bosnia

Istiklal Džamija, Istiqlal Mosque, Sarajevo, Bosnia

Imam Haroon Mosque, Bangkok, Thailand

Ghandi Centre / North East Interfaith Forum, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS) – Islamic Religious Council of Singapore

Nima Central Mosque, Accra, Ghana

Madrassah Maa’had al Quran al Kareem, Peshawar, Pakistan

Jamia Khair-ul-Madaris,Multan – Pakistan

Jamia Ashrafia, Lahore, Pakistan

Ibadan Mosque, Nigeria

Finsbury Park Mosque, Islington, London

Al-Khoei Foundation School & visit to Mosque, Brent, London

East London Mosque, Tower Hamlets, London

The London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre, Camden, London

Tooting Islamic Centre, Wandsworth, London

Balham Mosque, Wandsworth, London

Hyderi Islamic Centre, Lambeth, London

Stockwell Mosque, Lambeth, London

As-Shifa (Bobbers Mill), Nottingham

Karimia Masjid, Nottingham

Wollaton Masjid, Nottingham

Westferry Community Masjid, Tower Hamlets, London

South London Islamic Centre, Lambeth, London

Leicester Central Mosque

Al Asr Education and Community Centre, Woking

Al Noor Institute, Lambeth, London

Idara-e-Jafferiya, Tooting, London

Markaz-e-Ahlul Bayt, Clapham, London

Sakina Trust, Walthamstow, London

Al Hussain Mosque, Cheatham Hill, Manchester

Islamic Thought, Peterborough

Anjuman Mohibban e Ahlebait, Burnley, Lancashire

Alanwar Alnajafia, Newport, Wales

Hussaini Islamic Mission, Twickenham, Middlesex

Hosseinieh Foundation, Bristol

Old Kent Road Mosque, Southwark, London

Abubakr Mosque, Ealing, London

Dar Al Islam Foundation, London

London Fatwa Council

Central Jamia Mosque Ghamkol Sharif

Leeds Makkah Masjid

Qadria Jilani Islamic Centre, Manchester

Goodge Street Mosque, Camden, London

Southampton Medina Mosque, Southampton, Hampshire

Shia Ithna’Askari Community of Middlesex, Harrow

Harlesden Ummah, Brent, London

Brent Muslim Cultural Centre, Brent, London

Leeds Dar Ahlulbayt, Leeds

Edinburgh Ahlul Bayt Society, University of Edinburgh

 

 

New Facebook page | Islamic Centres opening on 21 September

Share the Facebook page with your friends and networks

The beautiful graphic on our flyer (thanks to The Cordoba Foundation) for 21st September is now on the brand new Facebook page (thanks to MINAB).

A growing number of Islamic centres here in the UK and overseas are inviting visitors to exhange messages of peace on Friday 21st September.

The two key actions for each Islamic centre are

1) to invite visitors (faith leaders, community organisations, schools) to observe Salaatul-Jumu’a on Friday 21st September and

2) to exchange messages of peace with the visitors (suggested texts are on the flyer)

They may also choose peace as the topic for the khutbah/sermon, offer simple hospitality to the guests and celebrate local peace-building activities.

Every Islamic centre will be participating in its own way – some will welcome one or two people, others will invite many more.  Those who register will receive a special certificate, so be sure to let the London Peace Network or one of the contacts on the flyer know you are planning to mark the Day!