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Imams to tea

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 28 Feb 2014 @ 12:23

FIVE imams were recently invited to Southwell Minster for tea and a guided tour of the cathedral. The idea had come from Dr Musharraf Hussain al-Azhari, who is CEO and Chief Imam of the Karimia Institute, in Nottingham, which has been serving the community for the past 24 years with a radio station, nurseries, youth clubs, a magazine, and a burial society.

He wrote to the Bishop of Sherwood, the Rt Revd Tony Porter, asking to meet the Bishop and see the minster, so ...

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