Inspired by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din came to the UK to propagate Islam and, in 1913, restored the Woking Mosque to Muslim control, so that Muslims would have a place for prayer. The Woking Muslim Mission was established there and it became the Islamic Centre in the UK. Many overseas Muslim dignitaries would make it a part of their trip to visit the Mosque when they came to the UK to see for themselves the work of the Mission. The Woking Muslim Mission defended Islam in the West Indies, South America, South Africa, the European Continent as well as the UK.
We are only five days away from our three day convention celebrating the above achievement and one hundred years of Lahori Ahmadiyyah propagation of Islam in the UK.
Day one, at our Wembley Mosque, will start with Jummah Prayers promptly at 1pm and will be lead by Hazrat Amir. This will be followed by our first round of speeches from 3pm (GMT).
We will be live broadcasting the whole day as usual for all the people around the world who will not be able to attend.