Remembering Srebrenica Genocide – 20 years on

10th July 2015 On 11th July 2015, we remember. Twenty years ago on this day, more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys were brutally massacred in Srebrenica, despite being in a … Read More

NasimaRemembering Srebrenica Genocide – 20 years on

Friday Sermon to Remember Victims of Terrorism

Following a terrible week of Daesh-inspired violence, and in the run-up to the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 London Bombings, the Muslim Council of Britaintomorrow a sermon of peace. At … Read More

NasimaFriday Sermon to Remember Victims of Terrorism

British Muslims in Numbers: Briefings

British Muslims in Numbers Briefings

To take the findings of the MCB report ‘British Muslims in Numbers’ (2015) further, the MCB’s Research and Documentation (ReDoc) Committee will be publishing a series of Briefings, one every month. Each … Read More

NasimaBritish Muslims in Numbers: Briefings

MCB AGM – Sunday 7th June 2015

The MCB’s 18th AGM & Convention in Birmingham on Sunday 7th June is tackling key issues affecting our community and society at large: the impact of counter-terrorism legislation and community responses, … Read More

NasimaMCB AGM – Sunday 7th June 2015

Keep Our Country Safe By Uniting Communities

13th May 2015 In response to the government announcement of proposed new counter-terrorism measures, on 13 May 2015 Dr Shuja Shafi, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain issued … Read More

NasimaKeep Our Country Safe By Uniting Communities

We Need Tough, Evidence-Based Counter-Terrorism Strategies

23rd March 2015 Responding to the Home Secretary’s speech today, the Muslim Council of Britain issued the following statement: “Over the years, Muslims in Britain have spoken out against terrorism … Read More

NasimaWe Need Tough, Evidence-Based Counter-Terrorism Strategies