A serious case of Islamophobia within the Conservative Party

Last Thursday, the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) called for the Conservative party to launch an urgent inquiry into Islamophobia within its ranks, highlighting ten Islamophobic incidents among Conservative councillors, MPs and prospective candidates that took place within a two-month period. The Muslim Association of Britain supports the calls made by the MCB and urges [...]

June 3rd, 2018|Comments Off on A serious case of Islamophobia within the Conservative Party

Israel commits another massacre against Palestinian protesters

The Muslim Association of Britain is outraged at the sheer level of barbarism demonstrated by Israeli forces which resulted in the killing of dozens and wounding over 2,000 unarmed Palestinian protesters today. In figures that are more akin to an all-out warfare, 43 Palestinians were killed and over 2,300 injured as IDF personnel once again [...]

May 14th, 2018|1 Comment

May local elections; change starts from here

As nearly half of the country prepares for the local council elections on Thursday 3 May 2018, the opportunity to have a say in all that concerns our local communities approaches. These elections give residents the chance to vote for the council they believe will represent them, act on local concerns and improve local services and facilities. Increasingly, [...]

May 2nd, 2018|Comments Off on May local elections; change starts from here

The Syrian people continue to suffer

As Western governments finally make a move for the first time in seven years against the Assad regime, while it continues to pelt Eastern Ghouta alongside its Russian ally, the Muslim Association of Britain’s thoughts remain with the people of Syria. For seven years, the people of Syria have been subjected to the brutality of [...]

April 14th, 2018|Comments Off on The Syrian people continue to suffer

MAB deplores Syrian regime war crimes and massacre of innocent civilians

Last night forces loyal to Syrian dictator and war criminal Bashar Al-Assad used chlorine gas and other unidentified chemical weapons, banned under international law, in Douma near the capital Damascus. To date, 70 people have suffocated to death, with scores more still suffering, including women and children. The death toll is expected to rise. This [...]

April 8th, 2018|Comments Off on MAB deplores Syrian regime war crimes and massacre of innocent civilians

UK crime spirals as government police cuts continue

A spate of attacks across the capital saw six stabbings on Thursday in the space of 90 minutes as violence continues to rise in the country impacting countless communities, is cause for significant concern to MAB. The numbers of attacks have soared in Britain’s capital this year, with 51 killed so far this year; 22 [...]

April 7th, 2018|Comments Off on UK crime spirals as government police cuts continue

50 years on from MLK assassination; the struggle for civil rights continues

This week saw the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee. A modern-day remarkable visionary who promoted civil rights through nonviolence and who, along with others including Malcolm X, virtually changed the course of history for America and had an indelible impact on the West overall. Yet, 50 years [...]

April 6th, 2018|Comments Off on 50 years on from MLK assassination; the struggle for civil rights continues

Protest for Gaza; Stop the Killing

Following the killing of 15 civilian Gaza protestors taking part in the Grand March of Return and the wounding of 1500 by Israeli snipers and shells last Friday, numerous protests are planned around the world to express outrage and condemnation of the crimes. In London, Stop the War coalition, will be holding a protest on [...]

April 4th, 2018|2 Comments