About Mosque Security

Faith Associates has been providing support and training to Mosques and Islamic Institutions for over 15 years nationally and internationally. Due to the steady rise in Mosque attacks against Islamic institutions since 2013, we developed Mosque Security to provide bespoke training, support and advice to Mosque leaders about keeping their institutions and congregations safe.

 

We have developed a specialised Mosque security assessment and training programme that works with Islamic institutions to ensure their safety is at the required level as well as a Volunteer Service that works to train volunteers to be able to prepare, plan a respond to potential incidents.

We have an established relationship and partnership with various council of Mosques, umbrella organisations and other faith groups to ensure the training is in depth and provides the right support to Mosques.

Faith Associates through its key strategic projects and programmes have been working towards achieving the key United Nations Sustainability Goals seen here

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Congregational Survey at Green Lane Mosque Highlights Need For Security Measures

The Below has information taken from the Green Lane Mosque Press Release Green Lane Mosque, winner of the Best Run Mosque at the 2019 Beacon Mosque […]

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“British Beacon Mosques have stepped up during the national crisis, the same Mosques that were attacked by haters and racists have extended their hand of help and generosity. This is the true nature of Britishness and deep devotion to their values and faith”

- Shaukat Warraich

#Wednesday Great advice from @FaithAssociates for Mosque & Madrassah on managing #COVIDー19 outbreak, see website for helpful info @BeaconMosque @Official_NAMP @MosqueSecurity @AmjidAli_UK @a2zthings @ArshadDaud7 @LCSCIC @BalhamMosqueTIC @LeicsAMP @MPA_GMP
http://www.faithassociates.co.uk

🚨 Managing Suspected #COVID19 Outbreak in Madrassah / OOSS.

✅ 7 step guidance for Management on how to respond if a child starts to feel unwell - Part of the Faith Associates Risk Assessments.

▶️ Download here: https://faithassociates.co.uk/publications/managing-suspected-covid-19-outbreak-in-madrassah-ooss/

Prof Chris Whitty highlighting the brilliant work that has taken place in by Bradford during #COVID19. The work done by Bradford @Council4Mosques has been exemplary, working with them and the team to deliver Risk Assessments to keep people safe.

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4 weeks ago

Mosque Security

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has unveiled a memorial plaque to the 51 worshippers killed in last year's Christchurch mosque terror attacks.

Imam Gamal Fouda led proceedings, saying the day left 'a scar on our hearts' but declared New Zealand as 'the mother of peace in the world'. #Christchurch #newzealand #mosque

Jacinda Ardern unveils memorial plaque for Christchurch terror attack
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern donned a headscarf and took part in a sombre ceremony at Al Noor mosque on Thursday morning.
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1 month ago

Mosque Security

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wore a headscarf to a memorial for the Christchurch mosque terror attacks
She unveiled a memorial plaque on Thursday at Al Noor mosque for the 51 worshippers who were killed.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8767089/Jacinda-Ardern-dons-hijab-unveils-memorial-plaque-Christ...

Jacinda Ardern unveils memorial plaque for Christchurch terror attack
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern donned a headscarf and took part in a sombre ceremony at Al Noor mosque on Thursday morning.
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