About Us

Our Sole Mission is to Save the Planet By Planting Trees and Spreading Awareness.

About Us

The Green Muslim Project is an initiative supported & launched by Islamic Cultural Centre UK & London Central Mosque under the leadership of Director General Dr. Ahmed Al Dubayan. We are part of ICC UK, the programme is monitored and maintained by ICC UK.
London Central Mosque board of trustees consists of the ambassadors of countries listed below :
Country Ambassadors
Embassy of the State of Kuwait His Excellency Mr. Khaled Al-Duwaisan, GCVO Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman His Excellency Mr. Abdulaziz Abdullah Al-Hinai Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates His Excellency Abdulrahman Ghanem Almutaiwee.
High Commission for the State of Brunei His Excellency Major General (Retd) Dato Paduka Seri Haji Aminuddin Ihsan Bin Pehin Orang Kaya Saiful Mulok Dato Seri Paduka Haji Abidin..
Embassy of the State of Qatar His Excellency Mr. Khalid Rashid Al-Hamoudi Al-Mansouri
Embassy of The Kingdom of Morocco Her Excellency HRH Princess Lalla Joumala Alaoui
High Commission for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan His Excellency Mr. Syed Ibne Abbas
Kingdom of Bahrain
Kingdom of Malaysia His Excellency Mr. Datuk Zakaria Bin Sulong
Embassy of Egypt
Embassy of Republic of Yemen His Excellency Mr. Abdulla Ali Al-Radhi
Embassy of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan His Excellency Mr. Mazen Kemal Homoud
Director - General Dr. Ahmad Al-Dubayan

The initiative is welcomed by Woodland Trust as our plantation support partners. Woodland trust is the UK's largest woodland conservation charity, a leading voice for woods and trees. Campaign to protect precious ancient woods, restore the ones that are damaged and fight for those under threat. We create new native woodland around the UK with the help of communities, schools, organisations and individuals. Dynamic business consulting ltd as business & project management consultant.

Who We Are

London Central Mosque

The two main objectives of the Mosque Committee in 1944 was the building of a mosque on the given site and the founding of a religious and Cultural Centre for the Muslim community of Great Britain.
The Mosque Committee registered the London Central Mosque Trust Limited as a Trust Corporation in September 1947. The delay from 1944 to 1947 was caused by disruptions to civil life due to war. Seven representatives from six Muslim countries acted as Trustees. In 1995, the Council counted its members from twenty-nine different countries. The Board of Trustees of the Islamic Cultural Centre are the Diplomatic Representatives of Muslim countries accredited to the Court of St. James.