The funeral of Sinead O’Connor, the female singer who was called “Shahada”.

The imam who Sinead O’Connor sought out on her path to becoming a Muslim has described the singer as a “blessed soul” and a “great representative of Islam”.Shaykh Umar Al Qadri, chief imam at the Islamic Centre of Ireland, said she also dealt with “very difficult challenges”.O’Connor was found “unresponsive” at her home in Herne Hill, south-east London on Wednesday. Police who were called to the residence said her death is not being treated as suspicious.