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Consultation starts on plans for Britain's first women mosque in Bradford
by Chris Young
Plans to create the country's first mosque run by women, for women, in Bradford have been revealed at the start of a month-long consultation process.
Bana Gora, chief executive of the Muslim Women's Council, made the announcement at this weekend's Daughters of Eve conference.
She said that for the past year the group had been looking at facilities in the city's existing mosques, which led to the Bradford Mosque Project.
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