Woking Muslim Mission, England, 1913–1968
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Work

  1. The Islamic Review archive, 1913–1960s
  2. Isha‘at-i Islam, Urdu magazine reporting on Woking Muslim Mission from 1914
  3. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din’s early work, 1912–1913:

    (Cross reference: See in History section: Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din’s arrival in England, 1912)

  4. Two early lectures by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din: Allahabad, January 1911; Cambridge, April 1913.
    Details of the Allahabad convention and lecture
  5. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din’s letter to the Muslim League meeting, 1913
  6. Muslim wedding service of two converts at the Woking Mosque, July 1914
  7. Woking Muslim Mission and the First World War
  8. Report of ‘Id-ul-Fitr at Woking, 23 August 1914 — first ‘Id of Woking Mission
  9. Report of the first meeting of the British Muslim Society, December 1914
  10. ‘Id-ul-Fitr at Woking, 13 August 1915. Muslim soldiers of the British army of India attend ‘Id and Friday prayers
  11. Reports of ‘Id-ul-Fitr at Woking, 28 May 1922 — a typical ‘Id of those days at Woking
  12. Reports of ‘Id-ul-Adha at Woking, 4 August 1922 — a typical ‘Id of those days at Woking
  13. Woking Mission’s role in the creation of Pakistan
  14. Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din and Lord Headley visit South Africa in 1926
  15. Annual Meeting of British Muslim Society, November 1928 (from The Light, magazine of Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, pdf format)
  16. Report in the Daily Express on Friday prayer at the Woking Mosque, February 1932
  17. Report in the Sunday Times of ‘Id-ul-Adha at Woking, 16 April 1932
  18. Report of ‘Id-ul-Adha at Woking, 21 February 1937
  19. Report of ‘Id-ul-Fitr at Woking, 13 November 1939: Imam declares that Muslims must fight against the destruction of Jewish synagogues by Nazi Germany
  20. Imam of the Woking Mosque replies to question about Fascism/Nazism in 1939
  21. Urdu translation of the Woking Muslim Mission publication Jesus in Heaven on Earth
 
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