The London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre (ICC) in Partnership with The Council of British Hajjis (CBHUK) held a UK Hajj Briefing session ahead of the Hajj 2016 which will be taking place in September this year. It is expected around 20,000 British pilgrims will be undertaking the journey of faith – the Hajj which is obligatory for every mature abled Muslim male and female who has the means to perform at least once in their lifetime.
Dr Ahmad Dubayan, Director General of The London Central Mosque & The Islamic Cultural Centre reaffirmed their commitment to working with the Council of British Hajjis. A list of action points was jointly launched by the two organisations offering guidance to the industry as well as community establishments when it comes to promoting licensed Hajj & Umrah packages. He called for better industry practices to be followed and that it was in the interest of all parties to work together to ensure the sacred journey for pilgrims is of the highest standard.