North West Kent Muslim Association hosts Crayford Islamic exhibition

News Shopper: From left to right: Fahim Ahad, 11, Junayd Rashid, 9, Khalid Rashid, 8 and Max Butterworth, 10. From left to right: Fahim Ahad, 11, Junayd Rashid, 9, Khalid Rashid, 8 and Max Butterworth, 10.

NORTH West Kent Muslim Association opened its doors to non-Muslims for the day with a special exhibition.

Around 200 people attended the free event on February 23 at the former Methodist Church in Crayford High Street.

The day aimed to promote better understanding of Islam and forge closer community ties.

There was food, henna hand painting, talks from members and activities for children on offer as well as display panels with information about Islam.

Visitors could quiz members and were given a tour of the building.

Free gift packs were handed out including an English translation of the Quran.

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7:00am Thu 28 Feb 13

goldenbroomboy says...

Nice to see our Muslim friends giving their association a Kentish name not a Larndun one! Salaam to NW Kent Muslim Association.
Nice to see our Muslim friends giving their association a Kentish name not a Larndun one! Salaam to NW Kent Muslim Association. goldenbroomboy
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