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MINAB’s statement about the horrific situation at Al Aqsa Mosque and in East Jerusalem

The continued senseless violence at the Al-Aqsa mosque in East Jerusalem is deeply disturbing and deplorable. We strongly condemn such violence against people praying at Al-Aqsa mosque, the third holiest site for Muslims.Places of Worship are considered as places of peace and tranquillity by all faiths. The sanctuary of Al-Aqsa was brutally violated and the tranquillity shattered by the Israeli…

MINAB Calls for Peace and Mutual Respect Amidst Escalating Violence in France

MINAB condemns the heinous killing of innocent people at the Notre Dame basilica in Nice. Places of worship are holy sites where worshippers should feel safe and secure. Over the past couple of weeks, we have witnessed reciprocal violence between communities in France. The murder of a teacher Samuel Paty, the stabbing of two Muslim women by the Eiffel Tower…

Praying Together for the Reestablishment of Peace at the Holy Sanctuary in Al-Aqsa

It is with further deep sadness that we hear today of an attack at the holy sanctuary in Al-Aqsa, Palestine. This site is sacred to all faiths but as the site of the Prophet Muhammad’s miraculous Night Journey and the first qibla for the Muslims, it has even more historical and spiritual significance.We ask all Muslims and Imams, in particular,…

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As you may be aware, members of the MINAB met for the Annual General Meeting on Saturday 30th June in Leicester at which a new Executive Board was elected. The MINAB’s new Executive Board will be managed by the newly elected Board of Trustees, which consists of:

Imam Qari Asim (Chairman)

Sayed Mohsen Al-Khoei (Secretary)

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