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London Bridge Attack: Usman Khan is a Terrorist, not a Martyr!

“The Terrorist attack on London Bridge on 29 November is utterly condemned. Our thoughts are with families of two people who have died and another three who have been injured in this stabbing attack. The continued targeting of fellow citizens fills me with utter revulsion and it is an aberration to all people of faith and goodwill. […]


Interfaith Activities

Inter Faith Week 2019 will take place between Sunday 10 and Sunday 17. MINAB urges Mosques and Imams to actively participate in interfaith activities, and deepen their experiences of people of other faiths and beliefs.   Britain is a multi-faith and multi-belief society. It is important that everyone in Britain engages positively with those of […]


Kashmir: Implement the UN Resolutions

Members of MINAB are extremely anxious about the curfew and lock down in Jammu & Kashmir which has been on-going since 5 August 2019. MINAB has been working closely with many Imams, given the deep sadness and dismay that their congregations in particular, and the Muslim community in general, has been experiencing over the harrowing […]


Brexit & Belonging

The Community Life Survey found that 83 per cent of Asians felt “fairly or very strongly” that they belong to Britain compared to 85 per cent of white people and 75 per cent from the black community. Imam Qari Asim, chair of the Mosque and Imam National Advisory Board, said: “The aim of this special […]


#FosterFriday- Jummah Khutbah for Foster Care

There is an urgent need of more Muslim Foster carers! Over 4000 Muslim living in care, many are living with Non-Muslim carers In 2018, 4,250 unaccompanied refugee children living in care mainly from Muslim countries Sudan, Eritrea, Albania, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Syria There is a urgent need for more Muslim foster carers.  Rotherham […]


Hatred behind Synagogue Attack in Germany is Condemned

“The shootings outside the synagogue and at a nearby Turkish kebab shop in the city of Halle, Germany, are repulsive.  Our thoughts are with the families of victims and everyone affected by the brutal killings in Germany. The fact that the attack occurred outside the synagogue on the day of Yom Kippur, the holiest day […]


Brexit Debate – Respect for All Sides

Imams have held a number of meetings on mosques discussing the recent heated debates around Brexit. The language in the Brexit debate continues to get more and more toxic, whether in the Houses of Parliament or in our living rooms- and therefore common ground needs to be found. It is easy to descend into division […]


Islamic New Year

Wishing a happy, healthy, prosperous and fulfilling Islamic new year to all Muslims around the world as they welcome in the new Islamic year, 1441.  We ask Allah Almighty for goodness, well being and prosperity in the new year 1441 Al Hijri. May the new year be full of happiness, kindness and healing, in particular […]


Imam Qari Asim appointed Independent expert to tackle Islamophobia

Congratulations to our Chairman Imam Qari Asim MBE, who has been appointed as the independent adviser to tackle Islamophobia and to provide expert advice on a definition of Islamophobia to the government. This new work will build on the definitions of Islamophobia currently being considered, including the APPG definition. Qari Asim is the Deputy Chair […]