MAB mourns the death of Egypt’s first and only democratically elected president Dr Mohammed Morsi

The Muslim Association of Britain mourns the death of Egypt’s first and only democratically-elected president, Mohammed Morsi, and sends its condolences to Morsi’s family and the people of Egypt. Dr Morsi’s death comes after he was subjected to six years of horrifying, inhumane and degrading punishment, which included prevention of visitation by his family or [...]

June 17th, 2019|Comments Off on MAB mourns the death of Egypt’s first and only democratically elected president Dr Mohammed Morsi

Egyptian political executions an affront to human rights

The Muslim Association of Britain condemns in no uncertain terms the mass executions carried out in Egypt today, Wednesday the 20th February. Nine young men, all tried in farcical court hearings for trumped up charges, were executed in one of the most obscene acts of the regime’s campaign to wipe out all forms of dissent. [...]

February 20th, 2019|1 Comment

Remembering the Rabaa massacre

On this day 5 years ago, a massacre unfolded in Egypt's Rabaa Square, in which hundreds of peaceful protesters were killed and thousands injured in what many human rights organisations have described as the worst mass killing of protesters in modern history. The gruesome crime was carried out by the Egyptian armed forces to complete a [...]

August 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Remembering the Rabaa massacre

MAB Condemns the Egyptian Court Death Sentences

On 16/5/2015, an Egyptian court recommended to sentence ousted President Mohammad Morsi and more than 100 others to death. This comes after a series of farcical trials orchestrated by the politicised puppet judges. Today, the Muslim Association of Britain added its voice to the growing condemnation of these judgements. MAB called on the British Government to uphold [...]

May 18th, 2015|Comments Off on MAB Condemns the Egyptian Court Death Sentences