Brother Abdool Alli Khan
Everyone at Haringey is saddened to hear of the death of Brother Abdool Alli, who was known across the borough for his tireless commitment to the local community.
Brother Abdool Alli was President of the London Islamic Cultural Society, which was founded in the 1980s and moved to Wightman Road in the 1990s, where the purpose-built Mosque became its permanent home.
Committed to embracing diversity and making the Mosque a multi-cultural place of worship, Brother Abdool Alli’s inclusive approach paved the way to the Mosque becoming the welcoming place it is today, used by many people from a variety of different backgrounds.
The London Islamic Cultural Society remains a space for the community to come together to learn, pray and get support on a range of issues – irrespective of race, religion or culture.
We take great pride in Haringey’s cultural diversity, its welcoming atmosphere and its community spirit. Brother Abdool Alli will undoubtedly be remembered by residents, faith leaders and organisations and community groups across the borough – as well as by the local police and all of us here at Haringey Council – for the part he played in making Haringey a place where people from all walks of life live side-by-side in harmony.
Our thoughts are with Brother Abdool Alli’s family and friends at this difficult time.
Cllr Claire Kober, Leader of Haringey Council and Cllr Eugene Ayisi, Haringey Council Cabinet Member for Communities
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