MCB deplores organ theft by Doctors

6th February 2001 The Secretary General of The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), Mr Yousuf Bhailok today said, “Alder Hey is only a symptom of a deep rooted disease of arrogance that seriously affects our National Health Services today. This horrifying episode of organ-theft by doctors is a logical consequence of unnecessary and routine post-mortems carried out by Hospitals across … Read More

PALESTINIAN PROPOSAL REJECTED BY UN – WHY DID UK ABSTAIN?

19th December 2000 The Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Britain bitterly criticised last night’s decision by the British Ambassador to the UN to abstain from a vote which led to the rejection by the UN Security Council of a Palestinian demand to send a UN observer force to protect the Palestinians from murderous Israeli soldiers. “It is a matter … Read More

MCB APPEALS FOR RAMADHAN UNITY

November 24, 2000 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) wish to extend to the Muslim Community its greetings and prayers for a very happy and fulfilling Ramadan and prays to Allah SWT to bless us with all the baraka (blessings) of this most noble month in the Islamic calendar. . “We should also constantly remember in our prayers the suffering … Read More

MCB MEETS WITH WILLIAM HAGUE, CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADER

November 16, 2000 A delegation of the Muslim Council of Britain led by the Secretary General, Mr Yousuf Bhailok, met with the Rt. Hon. William Hague MP, Leader of the Conservative Party, at the House of Commons on Tuesday 7th November 2000. . Mr Bhailok welcomed recent Conservative party initiatives aimed at consulting faith groups and policy proposals on ending … Read More

Apply to be Trained as a Hospital (Imam) Chaplain

October 11, 2000 The Muslim Council of Britain is inviting applications from Muslims interested in free training as Spiritual Care-Givers (Chaplains) with a view to taking it up as a profession. Following a three-year long negotiation under the auspices of the Multi-Faith Joint Consultation on Hospital Chaplaincy, of which the MCB is a member, it is now likely that the … Read More

MCB CALLS FOR ACTION AGAINST SPYING ON MUSLIMS

October 10, 2000 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has expressed serious concern at the revelations in The Sunday Times (8th October 2000), about the French Embassy in London recruiting an agent to infiltrate into mosques, to spy and steal as well as to set up a ‘radical’ newspaper possibly to instigate and implicate the community in criminal activities, including … Read More

MCB WARNS OF MORAL RESPONSIBILITY IN CIVILISED SOCIETY

September 15, 2000 The Muslim Council Of Britain (MCB) welcomes the MEDIAMARCH which is to take place on Saturday 16th September, 2000 from the Houses of Parliament to Trafalgar Square and assures it of the full support of Britain’s Muslim community. The MCB has been alarmed at the relentless stream of pornography and violence, which is bombarding homes all over … Read More

Cardinal’s remarks “provocative and insensitive” says MCB Secretary General

September 15, 2000 The Secretary General of The Muslim Council of Britain Mr Yousuf Bhailok said that he deeply regretted the Islamophobic remarks made by an Italian Cardinal who is widely thought of as a possible successor to the Pope. Speaking in response to Cardinal Giacomo Biffi’s outspoken comments (La Repubblica, 14th Sept) that Muslims should be barred from entering … Read More