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August 7th, 2014

‘Muslims in Britain and the start of the First World War’

With national commemorations taking place in Britain of the centenary of the start of the First World War, which Britain entered on 4th August 1914, I compiled a 24-page booklet under the title which I have given to this post. I have opened a new section on the www.wokingmuslim.org website, to which I have added this booklet as the first item:

www.wokingmuslim.org/work/ww1/

I had sent the booklet to various organizations and people, including a Woking weekly local newspaper, 'Woking News and Mail'. They have published an article based on this booklet in their issue of today 7th August.

Although the newspaper contacted me before they prepared this article, they have somehow wrongly assumed that I live in the town of Woking; hence the opening of the article "A Woking man …". This is not correct.

Here is an image of the article in the newspaper.

One Response to “‘Muslims in Britain and the start of the First World War’”

  1. I attended Annual Convention of Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement for Propogation  of Islam. One of the main speakers was US Congressman Andre Carson of Indiana. He explained how literature of this movement in particular of Late Maulana Muhammad Ali influenced his reformation from a youngman who would get into trouble in inner city , predominately black neighborhood to his present status. 


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