When Britain and the United States of America invaded Iraq in 2003, the Muslim Association of Britain, along with its partners in the British anti-war movement, was clear that this was a gross crime based on a lie. Fifteen years on, and Iraq remains a failed state suffering from lack of security, political instability and [...]
MAB encourages Muslims to vote, raising awareness that Muslims make up over 10% of the local population in 40 political seats, and that their voice can be heard. It helps the Muslim community to be steadfast in their beliefs but also integrate with British society in general, raising awareness on how Muslims can stand up for their rights whilst integrating productively in the community. It has always opposed extremism, shown when it took control of Finsbury Park Mosque and expelled followers of the extremist cleric Abu Hamza.