Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Sectarian Vandalism of Bradford Mosque

The Muslim Council of Britain today condemned the vandalism of an Islamic centre in Bradford. The Husayniyya Islamic Mission was daubed with a hateful sectarian slogan over the weekend. The perpetrator is unknown, but an image has been caught on CCTV. Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain said: “The vandalism of Husayniyya Islamic Mission is wrong and I … Read More

Muslim Council of Britain Comments on The Situation in Iraq

The Muslim Council of Britain is extremely concerned with the deteriorating situation in Iraq and the human cost that is being paid by ordinary Iraqis. As we approach the holy month of Ramadan a week from now, we call for an end to the violence and pray for peace in this troubled land and region. We are concerned by reports … Read More

British Muslims sign historic Intra-Faith Unity Statement and Discuss Tackling Extremism at 16th Annual General meeting of the Muslim Council of Britain

2nd July 2013 British Muslims from a diverse range of faith traditions came together on Saturday 29 June to affirm their commitment to Muslim unity and pluralism. The initiative brought together leaders from a range of Islamic schools of thought, and from both the Shia and Sunni branches of Islam. A historic document was signed by leaders and representatives of a … Read More

British Muslims Sign Historic Intra-Faith Unity Statement

Muslim Intra-faith Unity Statement June 2013 Signing

Intra-Faith Unity Statement Aims to Provide Common Ground Between Muslims of All Traditions 29 June 2013 British Muslims from a diverse range of faith traditions came together today to affirm their commitment to Muslim unity and pluralism. A historic document was signed by leaders and representatives of a number of organisations from a cross section of Britain’s Muslim community. At … Read More

Muslims Stand United, Resist Divisive Sectarian Rhetoric

12 May 2013 “And hold fast, all of you together, to the rope of Allah, and do not separate.” Quran, Surah Imran, 103 The Muslim Council of Britain today affirms the unity of Muslims, particularly in the UK. We are a community with plural traditions and viewpoints, but united in our faith in Allah and his last Prophet. This is … Read More

MCB Condemns Bombing of Holy Shrine in Iraq

22 February 2006 Press ReleaseMCB Condemns Bombing of Holy Shrine in Iraq The Muslim Council of Britain utterly condemns the hideous bombing of one of the holiest Muslim shrines, the Mosque of Imam Ali al Hadi in Samarra today and calls for an immediate end to the escalating spiral of sectarian violence in Iraq. `These senseless acts of destruction and … Read More