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What is Islam? signboard at end of Mosque grounds, facing railway line

The signboard shown below could be read from trains on the main railway line through Woking (whose terminus is London Waterloo). It was intended to advertise the work of the Woking Muslim Mission. The board was a well known landmark on that railway line. It is no longer there. The image below is scanned from an original photograph, which was probably taken in the 1950s.

(Note: The Website creator/admin of this website, Zahid Aziz, recalls seeing this signboard on a number of occasions in the 1960s when travelling by train along this line)

'What isIslam?' board

Image below added 24 August 2016

A brief article appeared in The Islamic Review, March 1954 (p. 37), showing this photo and outlining the work and history of the Woking Muslim Mission. Given below is a scan of that article:

This website is created and published by the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha‘at Islam Lahore (U.K.), Wembley, London,
the successor of the Woking Muslim Mission.