Irish Muslim Council

The Irish Muslim Council (Comhairle Mhoslamach na hÉireann) is an All-Ireland representative body of Irish Muslims founded in 2015, with affiliated bodies and Islamic Centres in Athlone, Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Port Laois, and members in all thirty-two counties.

Since the Council’s foundation, it has focused on three core competencies: advocacy, policy and bridge-building. Believing firmly in the Irish proverb “Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine” – “we live in each other’s shadows” as a philosophy for all of our work, the Council strives to deliver integration, social cohesion and the breaking down of barriers for the Irish Muslim community and wider society.

Standing firmly against radicalisation and all forms of prejudice since day one, the Council and it’s affiliated Islamic Centres are open and safe spaces where all are welcome to join our events regardless of religion, background or identity.

The Irish Muslim Council (Comhairle Mhoslamach na hÉireann) is an All-Ireland representative body of Irish Muslims founded in 2015, with affiliated bodies and Islamic Centres in Athlone, Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Port Laois, and members in all thirty-two counties.

Since the Council’s foundation, it has focused on three core competencies: advocacy, policy and bridge-building. Believing firmly in the Irish proverb “Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine” – “we live in each other’s shadows” as a philosophy for all of our work, the Council strives to deliver integration, social cohesion and the breaking down of barriers for the Irish Muslim community and wider society.

Standing firmly against radicalisation and all forms of prejudice since day one, the Council and it’s affiliated Islamic Centres are open and safe spaces where all are welcome to join our events regardless of religion, background or identity.

Events

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