Islam In London Version 2 Of 2 1926

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    Full title reads: "Islam in London. London's first mosque opened ... the Emir Feisal [Prince Feisal of Iraq?], who came specially here to perform the ceremony, was 'forbidden' at last moment".

    Southfields, London.

    Shots are identical to those in edited bit of ISLAM IN LONDON (version 1 of 2).

    Note: see separate record for ISLAM IN LONDON (version 1 of 2). This version also includes cuts / out takes of story. AH 2001.

    Note: this version is taken from nitrate print and appears much darker - possibly taken from fine grain? AH 2001.

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    British Pathé
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    01:37:07:00 / 01:37:47:00
    G 1335
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    G 1335
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    Iraq Islam and the world cactus - madha jaffry iraq Untitled Workspace
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  • 90 years have passed and we are the face of the true peaceful Islam:

    Muslimsforlife(dot)org - successfully collected 10,000 pints of blood to honor 3,000 dead of 9/11 (by saving 30,000 lives.
    Muslimsforpeace(dot)org - condemning terrorism, promoting Islamic value of loyalty to ones nation, peace, bus-ads and flyers and leaflets to promote the same.

    KTShamim 24th May 2013

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