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West London Islamic Centre & Jamia Masjid

About the Centre

Asallamu'Alaikum (May the Peace & Blessings of Allah Be Upon You)

Welcome to the West London Islamic Centre & Jamia Masjid web site. Here you will find an array of information about the Muslim community in West London, the Mosque's communal services and facilities and information on Islam.

Our History

The West London Islamic Centre (WLIC) was established in 1984 to serve the needs of the then fledgling Muslim community of Ealing and Hanwell. The original Mosque based at 119 & 121 Oaklands Road, comprised of two shops that had been converted to accommodate men and women. In 1996 by the Grace of Allah (swt), an opportunity arose to purchase a large delivery depot/warehouse in West Ealing.

With a number of bids made for the well situated site, the Mosque offer was accepted and the current West London Islamic Centre & Jamia Masjid was established. Over the years the Centre has developed a positive reputation for its all-welcoming, inclusive service model and dedicated outreach work. In 2010 WLIC completed a land purchase of additional sections of the site from the London Borough of Ealing and in 2012 a new planning application for a purpose-built 63,000 sq ft scheme was submitted and later received approval. The vision is to build a landmark, self-sufficient facility with the well-being and welfare of the Muslim and wider community at its heart. Education will remain a key objective and future enhanced services and facilities will include:

  • Publicly accessible restaurant and bookshop
  • A complete floor dedicated to education both religious and national curriculum based
  • Dynamic and fully equipped fitness centre
  • Multi-function banqueting and conference facilities
  • Modern library and computer resources centre
  • Funeral service and creche facilities

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We hope you enjoy your visit to our site.


The Prophet (pbuh) said 'Verily the creation of each one of you is brought together in his mother's belly for forty days in the form of seed, then he is a clot of blood for a like period, then a morsel of flesh for a like period, then there is sent to him the angel who blows the breath of life into him and who is commanded about four matters: to write down his means of livelihood, his life span, his actions, and whether happy or unhappy. By Allah, other than Whom there is no god, verily one of you behaves like the people of Paradise until there is but an arm's length between him and it, and that which has been written over takes him and so he behaves like the people of Hell-fire and thus he enters it; and one of you behaves like the people of Hell-fire until there is but an arm's length between him and it, and that which has been written over takes him and so he behaves like the people of Paradise and thus he enters it.' [Related in Bukhari]
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