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15 August 2012

London Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Bernard Hogan-Howe, hosted for Iftar

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London: The newly opened, Harrow Central Mosque one of the largest Mosques in London, paid host to the Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police Service: Mr Bernard Hogan-Howe. The event was attended by the Lord Mayor of Harrow, the Cultural Attaché of Egyptian Embassy with the Egyptian Olympic team as well as the hundreds of worshippers from different cultural backgrounds.

The Iftar 2012 team with the leadership of the Harrow Central Mosque also had the pleasure of the company of Mr Dal Babu the local Police Borough Commander for Iftar. The Commissioner Mr Bernard Hogan-Howe, met with the community and was warmly received. In his speech to the congregation he said: "Keeping London safe and protecting the community was his top priority and he welcomed the invitation to attend an Iftar and especially in Harrow which had a very diverse religious and cultural mix”

The Chairman of the Harrow Central Mosque Mr Irfan Hussain said: “The Mosque is honoured to host the Commissioner as well as the Egyptian Olympic team during the London 2012 games, the Mosque is becoming a community hub and this is a great way to showcase what we have achieved”

Shaukat Warraich Director of Iftar 2012 said: "The Police have done a magnificent job during the London 2012 games and to have the Commissioner honour us at the Iftar 2012 event at the newly built Harrow Central Mosque, is a testament to the partnership working between the community and Police in London”

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