Central london celebration for ramadan. pic.twitter.com/QwBmG9gM3x
— O Mahdi ???????????????? (@Sammahdi101) March 18, 2023
Central London decorated with lights for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan ???? pic.twitter.com/il1hIHKhgg
— hamza (@IamHardTalk) March 17, 2023
Happy Ramadan from London.
Previously we could only see the Christmas lights in London.
The time is changing. pic.twitter.com/QlvhyEGf6N
— Zulfiqar Ahmed ???? (@ZulfiqarAhmed69) March 18, 2023
As if London have put up lights for Ramadan ???????? pic.twitter.com/NvSfWXpZnl
— M (@_Mxarzz) March 17, 2023
Happy Ramadan lights in Central London. pic.twitter.com/RBKh2LvQCb
— HADIYA (@Hadiiya_H) March 17, 2023
Happy Ramadan from London…رمضان كريم من لندن pic.twitter.com/eFKwgv70bU
— Ahmed Maher (@amaherYAH) March 19, 2023
This is London ????????
Welcoming #Ramadan with Ramadan Lights founded by Aisha Desai is a great initiative by the @MayorofLondon sponsored by the @AzizFndn#Ramadan1444 #Ramadan2023
اهلاً رمضان pic.twitter.com/Fjx6OVqFFg
— Tell MAMA UK (@TellMamaUK) March 17, 2023
London’s Coventry Street is illuminated with lights for Ramadan as Muslims prepare for the upcoming holy month. Muslims make up around 14% of the population in London, according to 2019 statistics pic.twitter.com/1XsaebNPyo
— TRT World (@trtworld) March 18, 2023
Thanks to Medforth.
Note that one of those who posted photographs observes that previously, London was only decorated in this way for Christmas. How long before the Christmas decorations come down, and only these are permitted?
Meanwhile, this is what London is celebrating:
“Ramadan is not a month of laziness but rather a month of activity, of effort, and of hard work, and as it also was in the life of the Prophet, a month of jihad, conquest, and victory.” — Palestinian Authority Supreme Sharia Judge Mahmoud Al-Habbash
“Ramadan is a month of holy war and death for Allah. It is a month for fighting the enemies of Allah and God’s messenger, the Jews and their American facilitators.” — Qaedat al-Jihad
“Ramadan is the pious month of ‘Jihad-o-Qital’ (Jihad and killing). Those who attain martyrdom while waging Jihad, doors of heaven remain open.” — Maulana Bashir Ahmad Khaki
What could possibly go wrong? Celebrate diversity!