‘SHARIA’ MOSQUE FOUR TIMES SIZE OF ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL

Daily Star UK:

ABOVE: St Paul’s Cathedral holds a quarter of worshippers the mosque will take
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The mosque trustees say they want to build a mosque the size of Battersea Power Station
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Alan Craig

7th October 2012

By Dominik Lemanski

 

BRITAIN could have its first Sharia-controlled zone if plans for a mega-mosque more than four times the size of St Paul’s Cathedral get the go-ahead.

 

The East London mosque, known as the Riverine Centre, will hold 9,312 worshippers, compared to 2,400 at St Paul’s.

The 16-acre site in West Ham will include 40ft minarets, an Islamic library, a dining hall, multi-use games areas, tennis courts, sports facilities and eight flats for visiting Muslim clerics.

Islamist group Tablighi Jamaat has submitted updated plans for what Cambridge-based architects NRAP are calling a “contemporary Islamic sacred space” the size of Battersea Power Station.

But last night campaigners against the proposal claimed the application was a smokescreen for wider intentions to create a hardline Islamic enclave in the capital.

They also insisted facilities for the wider non-Muslim community in East London would be minimal and disguise Tablighi’s real aim to establish a global base.

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5 Replies to “‘SHARIA’ MOSQUE FOUR TIMES SIZE OF ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL”

  1. This mosque won’t happen. The pushback against these revolting eyesores has been bubbling under a while now, and it’s ready to pick up speed.

  2. Joe: It appears that they are no longer available for public viewing. How odd. Anyone manage to download or get a screen grab first?

  3. I especially like the “it’s for the whole community” crap. That they will even suggest this is proof, if ever it were needed, that they think we’re morons.

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