Preston Mosque Hosts Celebration to Thank Emergency Service Workers

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After two difficult years of helping community during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Preston mosque has hosted a special celebration to honor public sector workers from across Lancashire for their efforts in keeping the community safe.


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“As NASA discovers new stars and galaxies in the universe, Lancashire, and in particular Quwwatul Islam mosque, was blessed to host such auspicious local ’stars’ of our own,” said imam Khalid Ibrahim, Asian Image reported.

“The event was a thank you to all the many services and individuals who had worked tirelessly and selflessly to serve all communities, but in particular my community, the Muslim Community of Preston.” 

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In the celebration hosted on Friday, Quuwatul Islam mosque invited the Coroners Office, Public Health, Preston City Council, hospital doctors, police, the Registrars Office, cemetery staff and mortuary staff.

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