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May 07

Mega mosque loses review appeal

Tablighi Jamaat’s application for a Statutory Review of the Government’s rejection of their appeal against Newham Council’s refusal of planning permission for a 10,000 capacity mega mosque at a site in West Ham in London was thrown out by a judge on Wednesday 4th May 2016. The Islamic separatist group’s lawyers thought they had found …

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Apr 25

No to the West Ham mega mosque

If built, the West Ham mega mosque would be the largest place of worship in Europe, accommodating between 10,000 and 40,000 worshipers, and the size of Battersea Power Station according to its architect. The fundamentalist group behind it, Tablighi Jamaat, are associated with convicted and dead Islamic terrorists. So why did the Government not dismiss …

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May 30

Coronation Prayer as High Court rules against West Ham mosque

The High Court has ordered a Muslim sect to stop using a redundant chemical works in West Ham as a mosque. Meanwhile, Christians prepare to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation with a prayer meeting on a path overlooking the site. Newham Council were granted an injunction last Friday (24th May 2013) ordering …

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Dec 06

‘Megamosque’ refused planning permission

A planning application for a massive ‘megamosque’ in West Ham has been refused planning permission, but Christian leaders are warning the battle is far from over. Local Councillors agreed with Newham planning officers that the proposed design was not appropriate and refused it, saying it did not fit with their vision of bringing housing and …

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Oct 20

Objections invited to ‘Megamosque’

The London Borough of Newham is inviting objections to a planning application for a project dubbed the West Ham ‘megamosque’. An Islamic separatist group, Tablighi Jamaat, have submitted the application for outline planning permission for a project that would have a capacity of 9,350, including 1,830 segregated places for women, with an additional dining hall for …

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