This year’s first issue of the EMEL magazine charts the success of the East London Mosque. The East London Mosque has gone from a rented hall, to a purchased house, to a purpose built mosque, to a major centre in the space of 100 years.

Very few Islamic institutions in the UK can commemorate a centenary. East London Mosque is one of them. It was founded on pluralistic ideals and had prominent non-Muslims amongst its founders. Jamil Hussein plots the history of the mosque and looks at whether it has lived up to its ideals.

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