By Mohammad Kozbar Shamima Begum, 15, Amira Abase, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, left on a flight to Turkey to join up with Islamic State in February Every time the issue of young British Muslims going to Syria is raised, the same question is asked by both the media and the government: [...]
MAB has organised events, celebrations, Quran competitions and other competitions, camps etc which help to engage the Muslim youth and actively work towards focusing their direction of interest productively and healthily. This is vital in ensuring a healthy community future for Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Regular articles from MAB have assisted and clarified seemingly complicated political situations for Muslims, and help us to understand out position and find our true identity in the UK. MAB has opposed hate and engaged with the non Muslim communities heavily, in an effort to portray the true nature of Islam and help Muslims find their place.