Press Release 1 August 2005
ICC expresses condolences to the Muslims in Britain and around the world at the death of King Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
The London Central Mosque Trust & the Islamic Cultural Centre offers its sincere condolences and commiserations to the Muslims in Britain and the world's Muslim community with the passing of King Fahd Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
"King Fahd was one of the symbols of the Arab and Islamic nations. He was a distinguished personality, contributing effectively towards stability in the world with clear political stand on issues concerning it. He was a man of extraordinary faith, courage and compassion, will be remembered for his love and respect for all human beings. King Fahd's death will leave a huge void in the hearts of hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide, who loved him for his message of peace, and justice." Said Dr Ahmed Al Dubayan Director General of the London Central Mosque Trust & the Islamic Cultural Centre. (ICC).
"The demise of King Fahd is a great loss for both the Arabic and Islamic nations. He was a symbol of wisdom, and played a vital role in international issues with focus always on the welfare of his people as well as of the Arab and Islamic world at large. The late King was a global and historical figure, who was universally acknowledged for his perception, philanthropy, prudence, love for world peace and justice." Said Dr Yunes Teinaz Advisor to the ICC Director General.
Inna Lillahi WA Inna illaihi Rajeoun. To God we belong and to Him is our return .