UK mosques invite fellow Britons to ease tensions
Muslims attend Friday prayers in the courtyard of a housing estate next to the small BBC community center and mosque in east London.
British mosques are to throw their doors open to the general public, it was announced Wednesday, in a bid to reach out to fellow citizens following “tensions around terrorism.”
The Muslim Council of Britain umbrella group said it would be organizing #VisitMyMosque day on Sunday, where Islamic places of worship will share tea and cakes, answer questions about the faith and give an insight into the daily goings-on at a mosque.
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Source News: Alarabiya
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