Menmedia.com: Amy Glendinning: A major new mosque to serve Muslims across the region is set to open within weeks after a three-year building project. The £1m Darul Aman Mosque in Moss Side, Manchester, will accommodate up to 1,000 worshippers. Built to serve the revisionist Islam movement Ahmadiyya, it will be the sect’s second largest mosque in western Europe. Work to create the new building, complete with domed roof and minaret, began three years ago, funded mainly by donations from worshippers. The existing building at the site on Greenheys Lane has also been refurbished and incorporated into the new design. The Ahmadiyya movement, which has around 1,000 members in Manchester, focuses on promoting peace and understanding between Islam and other religions. Working with the motto ‘Love for all, hatred for none’, the mosque’s name translates as ‘abode of peace’. Mosque spokesman Dr Imran Khan said: “This mosque has been built largely from contributions by members who are local residents.