۱۱ اسفند ۱۳۹۹ | Mar 1, 2021
The Kent mosque in UK with plans to build 'something for the whole of Canterbury to be proud of'

Bashid Sohawon says mosques are still being targeted by Islamophobic hate crimes in Kent.

Hawzah News Agency  (Kent - UK) - From raising money for charity to helping those in need and the homeless, the mosque plays a pivotal role within the community.

Bashid Sohawon says mosques are still being targeted by Islamophobic hate crimes in Kent.

The 66-year-old is the chairman of Canterbury Mosque, which has been in operation since 2008.

A hate letter “containing powder” was sent to the mosque in May last year and Bashid admits that sadly, the building itself is also regularly subjected to abuse in the way of vandalism.

Extreme right Britain First leader Paul Golding pelted with stones in Calais 

“We do still have hate crime against the mosque,” he explains.

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