MUSLIMS living in the capital will be enjoying Eid al-Adha, with mosques expected to be filled for the Eid prayer before the celebrations start. Adha (Kurban Bayramı) is also known as the “Festival of the Sacrific”.
Eid al-Adha, the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated is of great importance for Muslims, will be celebrated on Tuesday, August 11, 2019. Eid al-Adha will last 4 days, where Muslims will sacrifice and feast in accordance with their worship. Solidarity, sharing and feeling of brotherhood is one of the most intensely experienced feasts Eid al-Adha will be celebrated after the Feast Prayer.
In London a number of mosques have shared their prayer times, these are in the areas where our community are concentrated and are as followed:
Aziziye Mosque; Time: 06.30 – 08.00 Address: 117 Stoke Newington Rd, London, N16 8BU
Mevlana Rumi Mosque; Time: 06:30 – 07.30 – 08.30 Address: 337 Fore St, London, N9 0NU
New Peckham Mosque; Time: 08.00 – 09.00 Address: 99 Cobourg Road, London, SE5 0HU
Shacklewell Lane / Ramadan Mosque; Time: 09.30 Address: 15 Shacklewell Lane, London, E8 2D
Süleymaniye Mosque; Time: 06.30 – 07.30 Address: 212-216 Kingsland Rd, London, E2 8AX
Mawlan Sheikh Nazim Sufi Center; Time: 08.00 Address: 277 St Ann’s Road, London, N15 5RG
The Turkish Religious Foundation UK; Time: 06.30 Address: 31 High Street Hornsey, London, N8 7BQ
Stoke Newington Mosque; Time: 06.30 Address: 1A Clissold Rd, London, N16 9EX
Wood Green Fatih Mosque; Time: 06.30 – 07.30 Address: 10 Caxton Rd, London, N22 6TB