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Canary Wharf appoints first Muslim Chaplain

PUBLISHED: 12:24 24 July 2013 | UPDATED: 12:24 24 July 2013

Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, who has become Canary Wharf's first dedicated Muslim Chaplain

Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, who has become Canary Wharf's first dedicated Muslim Chaplain

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The first dedicated Muslim Chaplain has been appointed to the Canary Wharf Chaplaincy.

Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra will work for one day each week at the Chaplaincy providing support for the area’s Muslim community as well as faith advice for businesses.

Ibrahim, who has worked as an Imam for more than 20 years, said: “I am very excited to be joining a successful chaplaincy team in Canary Wharf and very much looking forward to working here, bringing my experience and learning more about how the chaplaincy reaches and works with the business and retail communities.”

He joins the Chaplaincy’s team which includes Anglican and Roman Catholic Priests and a Rabbi.

Ibrahim will be based with the Chaplaincy Team in One Canada Square.

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