UKIM Glasgow North

Serving Humanity At The Highest Level

"And every human being's destiny We have tied to his neck; and on the Day of Resurrection We shall bring forth for him a record for which he will find wide open." Quran 17:13

Al-Furqan Mosque - The UKIM Glasgow North

The UK Islamic Mission (Glasgow North) was established in 1974 to serve the Muslim community of Glasgow. The Glasgow branch laid the foundations of it's first Mosque (Al-Furqan Masjid) in 1984 as the base office of the UKIM Glasgow North.

Al-Furqan Masjid Glasgow is the second purpose built and one of the largest mosques in Glasgow, situated in the west end part of the city. 
The most inspiring value of Al-Furqan Masjid is its Multi-denomination position which means it does not belong to any one particular sect or school of thought but represents all Muslims from any background. It is one of the most recognised religious buildings in the city of Glasgow, and as a result, a vast number of people (Muslims and Non-Muslim) visit the mosque throughout the year.

Special Visits: If you're interested in visiting Al-Furqan Mosque, please schedule a visit just now, and allow us for atleast 3/4 business days so that we can ensure that a host/hostess will be available. 
Management Team Session 2017-18
Dr Javed Hussain Gill

Dr Javed Hussain Gill

Branch President
UKIM Glasgow North
Dr Akhtar Saeed Bhutta

Dr Akhtar Saeed Bhutta

Branch Treasurer
UKIM Glasgow North
Haq Ghani

Haq Ghani

Branch Secretary
UKIM Glasgow North
Mohammad Ishaq

Mohammad Ishaq

Branch Administrator
UKIM Glasgow North
The UK Islamic Mission - An Introduction

The UK Islamic Mission - An Introduction

The UK Islamic Mission has been engaged in voluntary community service since its founding in 1962. As one of the UK's oldest Muslim institutions, its 50 branches and national executive are recognised for thier all-embracing dedication to the welfare of British Muslims and our wider community.

Its membership promote and work towards a dynamic five-point programme, consisting of; educating the community via its Mosques and madrasas; dawah and interfaith discourse; publishing literture on Islam; providing international relief and welfare for the poor and needy; providing provisions and activities for youth and sisters.

The UKIM constitution stipulates its objective, 'To help foster and advance a morally upstanding, modest, united, chaste, religously God concious and peaceful society'.

Aims & Objectives of UKIM

Aims & Objectives of UKIM

  • Present and exemplify the Islamic way of life as defined and prescribed by Allah (swt) in the Qur'an, the Sunnah or example of the final Prophet (pbuh) and as practiced by his Companions (ra).
  • promote and encourage mutual appreciation and friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims.
  • To work closely with local, regional and national voluntary and public sector organisations to deliver projects focused on welfare, health awareness, youth development, community chaplaincy, improving employment and social justice.
  • To strengthen the bonds of brotherhood among the Muslim community.
  • To help the Muslim community protect & preserve its British Muslim identity.
  • To coordinate the activities of UKIM with other organisations working for the cause of Islam.

Islam

A Complete Code of Life

“For those who believe and work deeds of righteousness is a reward that will never (fail).” Quran (41:8)

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