Muslims have donated 10 tonnes of food to feed the homeless across London at Christmas, religious and charity leaders said. 
Hundreds of Muslims flocked to the East London Mosque on Friday in a drive to feed London’s homeless during the festive period.   
Pictures showed members of the 7,500 strong Muslim congregation donating food as they attended Friday prayers at the mosque in Whitechapel. 
Members of the congregation stood proudly in front of crates of shopping bags filled with rice, pasta, cereals and other tinned goods, ready to be distributed to people living on the street.  
Organisers estimated that over seven tonnes of food were donated with local businesses, schools, a university and leaders from other faiths chipping in. 
More than 90 per cent of the food, which will be given to homeless charity Crisis, will go to non-Muslims, with Christian Reverend Gary Bradley describing the drive as “all faiths working together for a …