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Jamiyat is a registered charity with a mission of uniting communities to promote peace.
JAMIYAT VICTOR STREET- BD9 Building was first purchased in 1986 after regularly booking the church hall for nearly two years. Estimated debt as a result of the purchase was £27k. Key people involved in setting up Victor Street were Al-Haaj Muhammad Younis Naushahi Awaisi , Liaqat Hussain Naushahi, Khadim Hussain, Haji Noor Hussain, Sayyid Tasaddiq Hussain Shah, Haji Ahmad Khan and Councillor Shabbir Hussain. KEY DEVELOPMENTS: The mosque and centre has undergone a
JAMIYAT JESMOND AVE – BD9 Building was first purchased in 1976. Key people involved in setting up Jesmond Ave were Muhammad Salim, Master Fazal Hussain, Choudhry Karam Elahi, Haji Abdul Karim, Haji Muhammad Shaffi, Haji Muhammad Yousuf, Khawaja Muhammad Akbar, Haji Mohammed Ashraf Tahir and Haji Muhammad Ramzan. Initial planning application for Madrassa was refused. Later, a temporary application was granted for five years. In 2014 Certificate of Lawfulness for Mosque was issued by
JAMIYAT TOLLER LANE – BD8 The building was first purchased in 1986, it was previously being used as a cinema and then a bingo hall. Jamiyat Toller Lane is sometimes referred to as ‘Bingo Mosque.’ The key people involved in setting up Jamiyat Toller Lane were: Liaqat Hussain Naushahi, Haji Muhammad Fazal, Haji Muhammad Ashraf Tahir, Khalil-ur-Rehman, Mehrban Ali, Haji Bashir Ahmad, Haji Abdul Malik, Ch Karam Elahi, Ch Raj Muhammad, Ch
JAMIYAT HOXTON STREET – BD8 A working men’s club was purchased in 1998 and subsequently converted into a community and mosque. Key people involved in the community were Ch Nazar Hussain, Khadim Hussain, Liaqat Hussain Naushahi, Khalil ur Rehman, Choudhry Talib Hussain, Haji Gulzar Ahmed, Farooq Zaman and the current chair Choudhry Talib Hussain. The mosque and centre has been extended with an additional floor at a cost of £250k. The whole
JAMIYAT THORNTON RD – BD8 An industrial building was purchased for £6k in the1980s and converted into a religious and community center after a series of refurbishment. Due to its small size Jamiyat bought a nearby club building and converted it into mosque. Jamiyat Thornton Road is currently being used as a teaching center, PAST IMAMS Maulana Masood Ahmed Qadiri, Maulana Gulnawaz Chisty and Maulana Auarang Zaib Qadiri, The key people involved
JAMIYAT NORTHSIDE TERRACE – BD7 BACKGROUND: The building on Northside Terrace BD7 was purchased for nearly £325k in 2002. The key people involved in setting up Jamiyat Northside Rd were: Liaqat Hussain, Muhammad Rafiq Segal, Master Ayub Sahib, and Muhammad Rashid Sahib. There has been some substantial renovation work carried out recently which has resulted in an extension. There is still an outstanding loan remaining (£70k) on the building
JAMIYAT HILTON RD – BD7 Land was acquired  from Bradford Council in 1994 after planning permission was refused for a house purchased in Aberdeen Place in the 1980s. Key people involved in building the mosque on Hilton Rd are Liaqat Hussain, Abdul Ghafoor, Abdul Khaliq, Mazhar Hussain, Choudhry Muhammad Yusuf, Choudhry Qurban Hussain, and Tanweer Hussain. The community was galvanized by Choudhry Muhammad Yusuf (present Chair of Shearbridge) to build a new mosque

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