Weaving the Tartan

‘Weaving the Tartan

Celebrating Islam in Scotland’

An evening to enjoy great food, meet your Scottish Muslim neighbours and celebrate our common values in an informal atmosphere.

 Friday 15th March 2013

6.30pm – 10.30pm

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, Glasgow, G5 8XA


  • Delicious 3 Course Meal
  • Guided Mosque Tours
  • Question and Answer session
  • Entertainment
  • Dedication to Robert Burns
  • Street Challenge!
  • and much, much more…

We are all Scottish!

Of course there are differences between the beliefs of Islam, Christianity, Judaism and all of Scotland’s other major religions, but the beauty of our thriving community is the fact that we all have a mutual respect for each other, whether we go to a Mosque, Celtic Park or both.

We all share the healthy(!) Scottish diet of fish suppers and Irn Bru, we share the same dry sense of humour, we share our dreams of glory and pride when Scotland are playing football no matter what the result, we share our frustration when our Scottish money always gets the third degree when used in England, we all support Andy Murray in the tennis (whether he wins or loses!) and of course we all love the Scottish weather.

The speakers include:
* Imam Ajmal Masroor (London)
* Q+A with Shaykh Ruzwan and Shaykh Amer Jamil
(2 young Scottish born Islamic scholars)

Dress code: Casual

Non-Muslims guests: FREE entry – Muslim guests: Donation suggested £15+ per person. (Entry with non-Muslim guest)

  • LIMITED PLACES so book early !!
  • Attendance strictly by registration only (click on the image below)

To book your place, click on unashamedly Scottish image:


Further information: 07516 079 235   [email protected]