JAMIA MOSQUE ANWAR UL ULOOM TRUST
SMETHWICK INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION
Muslims were for many centuries the torchbearers of the most scientific, mathematical and technological developments in the world. They were given by the blessed Prophet Mohammed (SAW) in the form of the Holy Quran and Sunnah, a complete code of life, a working example of global peace and harmony. Islam from its outset broadcasted the virtues of knowledge and education along with the values of a strong society and stable economy through Mosques.
Muslims throughout the world generally see the Mosques as recognition of Islam.
The need of a mosque in Smethwick to represent the Muslims is paramount; around us in Smethwick other faiths have their places of worship in the form of Gurdwaras, Temples, Synagogues and Churches. Seeing this we propose the project of JAMIA MASJID ANWAR UL ULOOM to the public of Smethwick.
Muslims in Smethwick particularly, and in Birmingham generally are asked to come forward and work collectively in this project and activities.
This land formerly was intended for other projects by the council .The council looking after the needs of the Muslim community decided to let the Muslim use the land for a purpose built Mosque.