On March 16, the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) suspended all congregational activities at mosques and Islamic centres in the UK.
Like in other religions, Muslims will also be using technology
to face the obstacles presented by the lockdown. Ramadan prayers and Taraweeh will
take place online, and fundraising for multiple charities will also be moved to
online platforms. Applications such as Zoom will also be used to host Iftar
A message by Qari Asim, a Leeds imam and chair of the board, said, “There is likely to be a tiny group of zealous people who may try to organise iftar events or congregational night prayers in their homes. My message to them is that selfishness has no place with God.”
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