Islamic Cultural Centre

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The Islamic Cultural Centre is a centre for Muslims located in London, England, opened in 1944.[1][2] It is part of the London Central Mosque, having been annexed.[1][3][4] It campaigns on behalf of British Muslims to government, local authorities and official bodies on issues such as health, welfare and education, among others.[1]

The Islamic Cultural Centre is the place where Charles le Gai Eaton converted to Islam.[5]

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