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Everyday Muslim Heritage Are Putting Britain’s Early Converts on the Map

by in Identity on 29th July, 2019


A largely unknown and deeply impactful legacy belonging to some of Britain’s earliest converts lie buried 6ft under in the inconspicuous Surrey town of Woking…

The graves of Meccan Princesses, Lords and Ladies are amongst hundreds of Muslim dead at Britain’s first Muslim burial site in Brookwood Cemetery, which holds , and they’re finally being put on the map by the amazing Everyday Muslim Heritage initiative, who’ve organised the UK’s first Muslim cemetery trail to commemorate the legacy some of these notables have left for the Muslims of Britain.

Amaliah were fortunate enough to attend the trail – watch this short vid we made here on what to expect on trail down memory lane…

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