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MCB protests to THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
6th August 1999 Letter to the MAIL ON SUNDAY : Dear Mr. Forgham, Mail on Sunday, August 1, 1999 We refer to our phone conversation…
MUSLIMS CONDOLE DEMISE OF CARDINAL HUME
The British Muslim community has expressed its deep grief and its sense of loss over the sad demise of the British Catholic leader, Cardinal Basil…
DON’T DISPERSE KOSOVANS, SAYS MCB
6th April 1999 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has issued the following statement on the Kosovan crisis: British Muslims are gravely concerned over the…
MUSLIMS WELCOME PM’s HISTORIC MESSAGE
25TH MARCH 1999 Welcoming Prime Minister Tony Blair’s ‘first ever Eid greetings to British Muslims’, Iqbal Sacranie, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain,…
NOT SREBRENICA AGAIN !!
20th January 1999 Anguish, horror, outrage. Mere words are inadequate to describe the latest Serbian massacre in the Kosovan village of Recak. The massacre was…
MUSLIMS UNDER SEIGE ?
12th January 1999 Commenting on “The Siege”, a Hollywood film widely seen as stoking up Islamophobia, and just released in the UK, the Secretary General…
MUSLIM OUTRAGE CONVEYED TO MINISTER
23rd December 1998 As repercussions over the US/UK bombing in Iraq continue, a delegation from the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) expressed the grave concerns…
IN DEFENCE OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS
8th October 1998 A special meeting of the Muslim Council of Britain, an umbrella body of Muslim organisations, deliberated on the issue of the forced…
MCB Welcomes Apology
29th September 1998 “There is a danger that whole communities, sometimes whole races, are deemed at worst guilty, at best suspicious, because of the (alleged)…
Fight terrorism, but not through Draconian laws
25th August 1998 Commenting on the measures announced yesterday to strengthen Britain’s existing anti-terrorist law, the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) said the British Muslim…
MCB Delegation meets Home Secretary
17 June 1998 The Home Secretary, Jack Straw, met a delegation from the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) led by its Secretary General Iqbal Sacranie.…
FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETS IN LONDON
9th March 1998 Delegates from more than 250 Muslim organisations representing all parts of England as well as Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland assembled in…
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