Saturday, 30 March 2013
East London Mosque opens doors to non-Muslims
The East London Mosque is opening its doors to non-Muslims in an attempt to promote a better understanding of Islam and what goes on inside the building.
Members of the local community are invited to take a look inside the mosque, observe prayers and ask questions about the religion, however challenging.
There will be an exhibition about the way of life for Muslims in the UK, as well as information about culture and history.
Dilowar Khan, executive director of the mosque, said there was plenty of work to be done to improve its reputation locally.