(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Jewish dignitaries and representatives of the Jewish press were present yesterday at the inauguration of the first mosque erected in England.
The mosque was erected in Southfields, a suburb of London, and was built under the patronage of Emir Feisul, son of Ibn Saud, victorious leader of the Wahabis and ruler of Mecca.
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