*Veiling: Unlike in France and Germany veiling is generally accepted in British schools and public offices. Hence controversies over schoolwear such as occurred in Luton in 2004/05 have to be considered an exception. (see also Islam in France, Islam in Germany). ...more on Wikipedia about "Islam in the United Kingdom"
The Islamic Bank of Britain is a commercial bank in the United Kingdom, established in August 2004 to offer Sharia’a compliant financial service products to British Muslims. The Bank has 6 branches in London, Birmingham and Leicester. It is the first British bank to offer services aimed specifically at Muslims, although non-Muslims are also allowed to hold accounts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Bank of Britain"
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) is an organisation founded in 1997 to defend the rights of Muslims, improve relations between traditional Muslims and wider society and to "promote cooperation, consensus and unity on Muslim affairs" in the United Kingdom. It is based at Boardman House, 64 Broadway, Stratford, London E15 1NT. It was inaugurated on 23 November at Brent Town Hall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Muslim Council of Britain"
Tawhid Boys School is a British private Islamic school in Stoke Newington, Borough of Hackney, London, England. It was founded in the year 2000, and claims to be the first Muslim school in the local area. As of 2004, there were roughly 113 students. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tawhid Boys School (London)"
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