Wrexham Muslim Association is a registered UK charity (No. 1045958). It is an umbrella organisation for Muslims living in Wrexham and the adjacent areas of North Wales. In October 2010, the Association moved into its new home the 'Wrexham Islamic Cultural Centre', after it was successful in acquiring the old 'North Wales Miners Institute' at Wrexham, with the help of generous donations from brothers and sisters living in Wrexham and other parts of UK.
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WREXHAM MUSLIM ASSOCIATION
Thanks all the Visitors who have visited 'Wrexham Mosque'
to offer condolences, leave flowers & show solidarity with the Muslim
Community of Wrexham and also all those who have sent messages of condolences and support via the mosque website and by email, in the aftermath of the horrific tragedy
at the two New Zealand Mosques.
It is comforting to know that we have friends in the local community
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Muslim Burial Wrexham
Burials need to be properly planned so that they can take place without any delays or inconvenience to the bereaved family or friends. That is why the Council need as much prior notice as is possible, that a burial is required.
The Council understands the importance attached by Muslims to an early burial. With this in mind, there are a few things that the community can do to help the Council to accommodate an early burial where possible:
Please provide following information correctly, Arabic school will contact you as soon as possible. Thank you.
About the importance of first 10 days of Zil hajja, by Sheikh Imran at Wrexham Mosque. He uses the reference of Quaran & Hadith about fasting, donation and good deed during the 10 days.