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A 54-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman were arrested at Mr Collins’s address on suspicion of cultivating cannabis.
Ten people were taken to hospital for burns, while two others with similar injuries sought treatment, emergency services said.
In November 1910, a fund for a mosque in London was established.
By 1926, a deed of trust was executed and the fund became known as the London Mosque Fund.
Also located at the East London Mosque was the Indigent Moslems Burial Fund which raised money to provide for the burial of Muslims in Britain and the upkeep of their graves.
The desirability of a mosque to meet the needs of the many seamen and other working-class Indians who inhabited the East End and attended these meetings was keenly felt, and in 1940 three adjoining houses on Commercial Road were purchased and converted into the East London Mosque.
The mosque was inaugurated by the Egyptian Ambassador, Hassan Nachat Pasha, at a ceremony that took place on 1 August 1941.
It involves 70 students and young people packing 600 rucksacks at the Muslim Aid charity’s Whitechapel headquarters.
Each rucksack has a sleeping bag, hat, gloves, socks, base layer clothing, food and plastic cutlery.