Muslim Deaf UK has teamed up with Doha Mosque in Bradford to offer the services of BSL (British Sign Language) interpreters at Friday prayers.
The hope is that signing at the Bradford Mosque will provide access for socially excluded deaf people to learn more about their faith in a friendly environment.
Bradford's Doha Mosque now offers interpretation services for its female members too.
Khalid Ashraf, vice chairman of Muslim Deaf UK, says the charity was set up in order to prevent deaf people from becoming depressed, isolated within themselves, their community and also within their homes.
Muslim Deaf UK is open to all deaf people regardless of all faith and cultural backgrounds.
Female worshippers at the Doha mosque in Bradford.
Muslim Deaf UK is wanting to make Islam accessible to the deaf community with the use of British Sign Language.
Due to great demand, interpreters at the Friday prayer service in Bradford will be available for worshippers who have hearing difficulties.
Doha Mosque in Bradford is one of the first in the north to offer signing as a part of their sermon.
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