Communities_Preventing_Hate1On behalf of Maulana Shahid Raza, Chairman of the Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board,  a round table discussion was held on Monday 18th April at the London Interfaith Centre to continue our series of event on “Communities Preventing Hate”, with guest keynote speaker Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharabutu Chief Imam of Ghana.

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The membership application form was signed by the Principal of the Muslim College Mr Abdul Ali Hamid who is sitting in the middle flanked by MINAB Project Director Khurshid Drabu on the left and Maulana Imam Shahid Raza, member of the MINAB Steering Group on the right

Reports from Pakistan claim that two centres of worship belonging to the Ahmadi/Qadiani sect in Lahore have been attacked. Even though this sect is not regarded as belonging to the fold of Islam by the majority of Muslims in the world, it is the belief of MINAB that all places of worship should be safe from any such attack, no matter to which faith or group they belong.

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