North London Central Mosque in United Kingdom


North London Central Mosque in United Kingdom

Finsbury Park Mosque is a mosque located in Finsbury Park, London, England. It was built in the 1990s to serve the large Muslim population in the area.

The mosque was affected by leadership disputes in the 1990s, allowing extremist Islamist preachers (many of whom were refugees from the Algerian Civil War) to take it over. In 1996 they installed Abu Hamza al-Masri as imam of the mosque, which subsequently developed a reputation as a centre of radical Islamism in London.

The main building was opened in 1994 in a ceremony attended by Prince Charles. The mosque is located opposite Finsbury Park station, close to Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium, in the London Borough of Islington.;


Address:Finsbury Park Mosque
7-11 St. Thomas Rd,
London, N4 2QH

Map for Finsbury Park Mosque in UK

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