News

21
Feb

Statement – London Central Mosque Attack

Statement from MINAB following a stabbing at London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park For anything immediately concerning contact 101 or an emergency situation to 999 Report suspicious behaviour online, which is not immediately concerning www.act.campaign.gov.uk For further information about Prevent go to the www.ltai.info Follow @TerrorismPolice and @NatCoordPrevent on Twitter Security at mosques – The […]

19
Feb

Communities Defended Imam Qari Asim on his Appointment to Define Islamophobia

The board criticised ‘attacks’ on Qari Asim, who was accused of supporting restrictions on free speech. The Board of Deputies has defended a leading imam after he faced calls to stand down from a government inquiry into Islamophobia by critics accusing him of questioning free speech. The board criticised “attacks” on Qari Asim, the imam at the Makkah mosque […]

03
Feb

Streatham Terrorist Attack: MINAB Statement

The stabbing in Streatham on Sunday, 2 February, is condemned. Our thoughts are with the families of those injured and all those affected by this latest terrorist attack in London.  The Chair of MINAB, Imam Qari Asim said: “Imams’ message is clear: the path to violence is a path to death and destruction of oneself […]

29
Jan

MINAB Held #MosquesLeadership 2020 Event in Manchester

On the 25th of January MINAB held MosquesLeadership 2020 event at Minhaj Welfare Foundation in Manchester. The program, which the participants showed great interest, started at 12:30 and lasted five hours. The conference was opened by Imam Qari Asim, chair of MINAB and Moin Azmi, trustee & vice chair of MINAB. The event covered three […]

20
Feb

MINAB’S Condemns the Terrorist Attack in Germany

Ten people were killed overnight in Germany by a far-Right gunman who attacked two shisha bars in the western town of Hanau before turning his gun on himself. MINAB released a statement to condemn the terrorist attack. Imam Qari Asim said: “Far Right attacks, similar to that in Hanau Germany are becoming increasingly common in […]

19
Feb

Imam Qari Asim Calls People to Stand Up for Justice

A packed audience in a House of Commons Committee Room listened to a representative of the persecuted Uyghur Muslims of China make an impassioned plea for her people at an event organised by the Board of Deputies. Rahima Mahmut, from the World Uyghur Congress gave her views as part of a panel discussion entitled A […]

31
Jan

BREXIT DAY – BREXIT PRAYER

The following prayer will be offered in some MINAB member mosques in Britain on the Brexit Day.  Britain’s Exit from the EU is a major national event in British history, dawn of a new era. The Brexit Day, Friday 31 January, marks the beginning of a national transition. Let’s pray to our Lord, Allah Almighty, […]

27
Jan

Holocaust Memorial Day: The Need to Challenge Hatred

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi Germany concentration camp Auschwitz, where millions of Jews were systematically murdered because of their faith and identity. I recall the unforgettable experience of visiting Auschwitz with Faith Leaders, seeing the eerie piles of glasses, combs and human hair of the victims of genocide vividly reminded […]