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Masjid-E-Umer
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79 Queens Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E17 8QR
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Masjid-e-Umer
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For the past 23 years Masjid-E-Umer has been serving the local muslim community with the aim of educating local muslims about Islam and providing a place for salaah. Alhamdulillah, since the purchase of the existing building at 79 Queens Road in 1981, we are also able to offer the following services: Five times salaah, Taraweeh and Eid salaah, Madressa to teach children about Islam, and Funeral services.
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Darul Uloom Qadria Jilani
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Sunni, Hanafi, Qadri. Under the leadership of Shaykh Dr. Sayyid Abdul Qadir Jilani, Sayyid Sabir Husayn Shah Gilani and Sayyid Mazhar Husayn Shah Gilani.
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Masjid Al Birr
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106 Church Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E10 5HG
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Uhud Centre
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522 Forest Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E17 4NB
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Sakina Islamic Centre
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7-8 Vestry Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E17 9
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Ashville Muslim Welfare Trust & Masjid
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134 Ashville Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E11 4
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Faizan-e-Islam
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Also includes a nursery and educational centre.

8 Corbett Road, Walthamstow, Greater London E17 3JZ
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Masjid al Tawhid
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The history of the Masjid goes back over 22 years ago to 1984. A small building was purchased at 34 Frances Road, by the Grace of Allah, through the generous donation from the nobel Shaykh Abdul-Aziz Baz (Head of Presidency of Islamic Research, Ifta, Dawah and Guidance, Saudi Arabia). In less than 10 years the congregation out grew the building and the committee decided to look for another building. The current building at 80 High Road Leyton was found and purchased in 1991. An independent Waaf (trust) was setup to supervise the purchase and renovation of the building. The foundation stone of the new masjid was laid by the esteemed Shaykh Muhammad bin Abdullah al Subbayyl, President of Affairs of the Sacred Mosques of Makkah and Madinah. The Masjid was completed in July 1997. In June 2006 the Masjid purchased the land behind the current building. This has the potential of tripling the current floor space.
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