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Jumuah Khutbah delivered on the 13th of August 2010 by Murtaza Khan at Green Lane Masjid, Birmingham UK, on the topic of the purpose of our creation.
Abu Hasnayn Murtaza Khan graduated from the International Islamic University, Islamabad in June 2001 with BA Honours in Usool-ud-Din and has been actively involved in the field of dawah for many years. At present, he is a teacher at Tayyibun Institute, London . He is also a visiting khateeb at Al-Ansar Islamic Education Centre, Islamic Dawah Centre and University of East London.

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Jumuah Khutbah delivered on the 29th of January 2010 by Ahsan Hanif at Green Lane Masjid, Birmingham UK, on the topic of the characteristic of the Prophet Muhammad (S) when he was laughing and joyful.
Shaykh Ahsan Hanif hails from Birmingham, UK where he was born and raised.

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The United Muslims Convention is an annual event organised by Al-Hikma Media in Birmingham UK. This is a rare occasion where eminent shayook of different backgrouds stand together on one platform to spread the message of unity amongst The Muslim Ummah.

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Although Islam is generally thought of as being a recent arrival in the United Kingdom, there has been contact between Britons and Muslims for many centuries. An early example would be the decision of Offa, the eighth-century King of Mercia (one of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms existing at that time), to have coins minted with an Islamic inscription on them - copies of coins issued by the near-contemporary Muslim ruler Al-Mansur. It is thought that they were minted to facilitate trade with the expanding Islamic empire in Spain. The first large group of Muslims in Britain arrived about 300 years ago. They were sailors recruited in India to work for the East India Company, and so it's not surprising that the first Muslim communities were found in port towns. Ships cooks came too, many of them from Sylhet in what is now Bangladesh. There are records of Sylhetis working in London restaurants as early as 1873. The first Muslim community which permanently settled in the United Kingdom consisted of Yemeni sailors who arrived in ports such as Swansea, Liverpool and South Shields shortly after 1900. Later some of them migrated to inland cities like Birmingham and Sheffield where there are 23,819 Muslims. Mosques also appeared in British seaports at this time; the first mosque in Britain is recorded as having been at 2 Glyn Rhondda Street, Cardiff, in 1860[6]. From the 1950s, with large immigration to Britain from the former colonies of Britain, especially the Indian subcontinent and East Africa, large Muslim populations developed in many British towns and cities. In England 40% of Muslims live in London, where they make up 8.5% of the population. There are also large numbers of Muslims in Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford, Luton, Slough, Leicester and the mill towns of Northern England. In Scotland there are significant Muslim populations in Glasgow (17667, 3.1%), East Renfrewshire (1897, 2.1%), Dundee (2846, 2.0%) and Edinburgh (6801, 1.5%). In Wales most Muslims live in Cardiff (11261, 3,7%), but there are also significant numbers in Newport (3492, 2.6%) and Swansea (2167, 1.0%). Muslims are concentrated in urban areas, where they make up 3.3% of the population; In rural areas the proportion of the population is less than 0.1%.

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http://IslamBradford.com 28th August 2005. Abu Usamah, Khalifah At-Thahabi was born and raised in Passaic, New Jersey, the third eldest of 4 children. He converted to Islam in 1986 and applied to attend the University of Madinah as was the practice of many new converts to Islam at that time. He completed his BSc in Usool-Ul-Deen and learned the Arabic language. After his graduation from the University, Abu Usamah went to teach in the UK before returning to the US in 1996 in order to pursue his first position of Imam in Orlando, Florida. He was an imam at a mosque in Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Peoria before he moved to the UK, where he surfaced briefly in Keighley before moving to Birmingham to take up his place as Imam at Green Lane Mosque. Share Our Vision: To Launch A 21st Century English Language Islamic Centre in Bradford for All

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Islam in UK England . brothers from germany vistied the brothers in London and birmingham

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http://www.thinktank.ac/explore/events/events.htm#1001 www.1001inventions.com 1001 Inventions Now Open at Thinktank On Thursday 24 May, Birmingham City Councillor Alan Rudge, Cabinet Member for Equalities and Human Resources, and Dr. Nick Winterbotham, Chief Executive of Thinktank and Millennium Point welcomed local community leaders, VIPs and council officials to Thinktank, Birmingham science museum for the launch of 1001 Inventions, a groundbreaking exhibition uncovering the lost history of Muslim contributions to science and invention. The exhibition will run until Sunday 2 September 2007.

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