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Sunday 22 Apr 2018 
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Westminster Council has launched a project with The London Central Mosque Trust and Middle Eastern embassies to warn holidaying visitors to London to be wary of illegal beggars taking advantage of people's generosity during the holy month of Ramadan.

"Ramadan is a time of charitable giving and people have the right to feel confident that their generosity is not abused. We are increasingly aware of beggars targeting Muslims in London and abusing their charity, particularly before and during Ramadan." said Dr Dubayan Director General of The London Central Mosque.

Begging is an illegal activity, yet can be extremely lucrative. Westminster in particular has been identified as a preferred location for those looking to generate an income via begging.

Cllr Nickie Aiken, Cabinet Member for Public Protection, Westminster City Council, said: "London, and especially Westminster, is one of the most popular destinations in the world for Middle Eastern visitors and a wonderful place to spend the summer."

"We're not discouraging these visitors from helping others less fortunate, far from it. We are simply making sure they have all the information they need so that they can be confident their generosity is genuinely helping people in need."

"Charities in Westminster work 365 days a year to help rough sleepers move away from the streets and into accommodation. Thanks to their hard work up to 70% of rough sleepers do not spend a second night out on the streets. It is these charities, and others across London, that can make a real difference."

If you are concerned about a rough sleeper contact StreetLink on 0300 500 0914 or

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Zakat is a mandatory duty on all able Muslims who meet nisab values. There is no ambiguity as to the rate at which Zakat should be calculated; 2.5% of all net savings one possesses that is above the nisab value. Net savings is total maintained wealth for one lunar year before Zakat is due.

Zakat Al Fitr

Zakat al-Fitr is a form of charity given to the poor at the end of Ramadan.

Zakat al-Fitr is £7

Zakat al-Fitr is due on every member of a household, including any children or elderly persons and is obligatory to pay before the day of Eid.

The amount of Zakat al-Fitr is the value of one meal which must be received by the person in need before the Eid prayer. As such, we recommend that you make a donation as early as possible in Ramadan.

For any questions about Zakat al-Fitr please contact our donor care team on 020 77252215.


"When a person dies, all their deeds end except three: a continuing charity, beneficial knowledge and a child who prays for them." (hadith of the Prophet (pbuh), narrated by Muslim) Ongoing Charity - Sadaqah Jariyah - is one of the most valuable acts we can do in this life, which continues benefiting us in the next, even after we have left the earth.


When someone cannot fast in Ramadan and can't make them up afterwards (due to ill health or pregnancy) they pay for someone else to be fed. The Cost is £7 per meal


Kaffarah is the compensation that you should give if you deliberately miss or break a fast in the month of Ramadan without a valid reason.

Mosque Fund

Donations by Cheque, Postal Order of Bankers Draft

Please make Cheques payable to: The Islamic Cultural Centre
And post to:

Finance Dept.
The Islamic Cultural Centre & The London Central Mosque
146 Park Road

By Person

You are most welcome to donate/pay in person by going to office 211 during Ramadan office hours: Monday - Friday 11am - 5pm

Telephone: 020 7725 2211 / 15

Or by emailing:

The London Central Mosque Trust Ltd. Registered in England and Wales. Company Number: 442394

Registered Office Address: 146 Park Road, London, NW8 7RG | Tel 020 7724 3363 | Fax 020 7724 0493 | Secretary 0207 725 2213, 0207 725 2152