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Mosques Mobilise to Help Those Affected by Floods in Northern England

In messages posted on social media, Mosques have offered shelter to those whose homes have been devastated by the flooding in Northern England. They have also prepared food and drink to be distributed to the local community no matter their faith.

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Posted by Ansar Aslam on Saturday, 26 December 2015

Message from Leeds Grand Mosque. Please share this one too! With the recent floods can we ring and start arranging…

Posted by Sofia Rehman on Sunday, 27 December 2015

Jamia Masjid Hanfia Bradford will be open for people affected by flooding.We will be offering Emergency shelter, food…

Posted by Jamia Masjid Hanfia (Bradford) on Sunday, 27 December

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The Jamia Masjid Hanfia Mosque in Bradford prepared food and drink for the local community.

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Supplies were dropped off to a nearby primary school:

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* Flood Update *We will be serving and distributing food for households affected by the floods and power cuts at…

Posted by Golden Mosque & Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday, 27 December 2015

 

Following an electricity cut, the Golden Mosque in Rochdale appealed for candles to be distributed to homes…

 

Prompting people to come forward with supplies…

We’ve got enough candles donated if anyone needs any, pick up from Golden Mosque, Lower Sheriff Street

Posted by Golden Mosque & Islamic Cultural Centre on Saturday, 26 December 2015

 

And in true British fashion, the Golden Mosque also made sure emergency supplies of tea was made available:

We’ve got tea, coffee, & biscuits at the mosque for anyone that’s still out of electricity and water, come down and warm yourself up we’ll be here till late

Posted by Golden Mosque & Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday, 27 December 2015

 

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