About us

About

Who we are.

 

About

Foundation digThe majority of the earliest Muslims to arrive in Glasgow from India and Pakistan lived in the Gorbals. The area had previously attracted waves of economic migrants from both Ireland and then later, Jewish communities, with many Italians also arriving in-between this period.

The Muslims steadily outgrew their exisiting places of prayer, progressing from Oxford Street through Carlton Place and finally ending up at the present purpose built four-acre site at 1 Mosque Avenue, which officially opened to the public on 18th May 1984 at a cost of over £3m.

Jamiat Ittihad-ul-Muslimin, Glasgow Central Mosque and The Islamic Centre are Scottish Charity Number SC013142.

 
 

Executive Committee

Mohammed Ashraf

Asim Muhammad

Ehsan-ul-Haque Mian

Irfan Razzaq

Mohamed Baous

Mohammad Qashif Saleem

Mohammed Salim

Muhammed Arif

 

Nafees Ahmad

Nazir Ahmad

Saad Akram

Wajid Ali Bashir

Saqib Ahmed

​Pervez Aslam

Tariq Iqbal

​Umair Ashraf

 

 

 

Staff

Abdul Ghafoor Ahmad

Imam

Habib Rauf

Imam

Fazal Karim

Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Property Trustees

Riaz Mobarik

Saleem Tahir

 

Mohammed Ashraf

Mohammed Hanif

 

 

Munawar Hayat

Maqbool Rasul

Hanif Raja