Muslims Against Terrorism

FACT: There are over 1.5 billion Muslims around the world. The vast majority of Muslims condemn terrorism. Wholeheartedly. Unequivocally.

Since its inception in 1997, the Muslim Council of Britain has consistently condemned terrorism and looked for meaningful ways to challenge terrorism. On this page you can see our past statements and our actions.

Dealing with terrorism

The Muslim Council of Britain is an umbrella organisation that seeks to improve and reflect British Muslim life. Terrorism, sadly, has cast a dark shadow over Muslim communities even though our issues transcend this recent phenomena.

Nevertheless, the Muslim Council of Britain has and will continue to be proactive in supporting efforts to keep our nation safe, secure and peaceful. If anyone has any information of possible unlawful activities, they should report it to the Police. For possible terrorist activity, please call 999 in an emergency, or the police anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.

For more information, visit act.campaign.gov.uk

15 March 2020Christchurch terror attacks: one year on

30 June 2019Muslim Council of Britain Responds to London Bridge Attack

25 April 2019Sri Lanka Easter Attacks Memorial Events

21 April 2019Easter Sunday Bombings: Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Attacks in Sri Lanka

15 March 2019New Zealand Terror Attacks at Friday Prayers

1 February 2018Darren Osborne Terrorism Verdict: Time to Take Islamophobia Seriously

5 June 2017Over 130 Imams & Religious Leaders from diverse backgrounds refuse to perform the funeral prayer for London attackers in an unprecedented move

4 June 2017London Bridge Attack: Muslim Council of Britain Response and Press Conference

29 May 2017BBC Sunday Politics Show Platforms Activist Calling for ‘Less Islam’ to Counter Terrorism

23 May 2017Manchester Arena Attack: Muslim Council of Britain Statement

31 October 2016Sectarian Killing in Pakistan: Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Murder of British Muslim

20 October 2016The Threat of Terrorism: How Should British Muslims Respond? – A Progress Report

29 June 2016Istanbul Attack: Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Terror Outrage

25 August 2016Home Office Parliamentary Committee Report on Radicalisation: Muslim Council of Britain Welcomes Findings

15 July 2016Nice Attacks: Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Yet Another Outrage in France

5 July 2016Daesh Attacks Muslims Worldwide: Muslim Council of Britain Condemns Mindless Terrorism

4 July 2016Iraq Bombing – Muslim Council Condemns Terrorist Blast

26 November 20151 in 5 Muslims and Terrorism: Muslim Council of Britain welcomes The Times Correction of Spurious and Divisive Headline

18 November 2015Muslim Council of Britain Takes Out National Newspaper Advert to Highlight Muslim Condemnation of Terrorism Everywhere

14 November 2015Vigil in Solidarity with the People of Paris

14 November 2015 – Horrific Attacks in Paris: Muslim Council of Britain Responds

6 July 2015 – British Muslims Remember Victims of 7/7

3 July 2015 – Friday Sermon to Remember Victims of Terrorism

26 June 2015 – ‘MCB Condemns Day of Violence’

19 January 2015Terrorists Can Not Divide Us: Muslim Council of Britain Organises Inter-Faith Solidarity Meeting After Paris Attacks

9 January 2015 – Muslim Council of Britain Express Solidarity With Jewish Community After Paris Kosher Supermarket Deaths

8 January 2015 – Paris Murders are a Greater Insult to Islam: Muslim Council of Britain Statement on Charlie Hebdo Massacre

3 October 2014 – Alan Henning’s Murder a Despicable Act, Offensive to Muslims

14 September 2014 – British Muslims Condemn Murder of Fellow Briton David Haines

20 August 2014 – Not in our Name: British Muslims Condemn the Barbarity of ISIS

13 August 2014Fight Against Extremism in Cardiff (Joint Statement)

19 December 2013 – Muslim Council of Britain on the Woolwich Verdict

25 October 2013 – Lapshyn Murder: Anti-Muslim Terrorism and the Extremism that Feeds it

23 September 2013 – Terrorist attacks in Kenya, Pakistan and Iraq: Muslim Council of Britain Decries a Weekend of Carnage

23 May 2013 – #Woolwich Murder: Press Conference – Not in Our Name

22 May 2013 – Muslims Condemn Attack on Soldier in Woolwich

14 December 2010 – Stockholm Bombing Condemned by Muslim Community

28 December 2009 – Attempted Airline Bombing Condemned by Muslim Community

3 July 2009 – Statement from the Muslim Council of Britain on Recent Terrorism in Scotland

16 November 2008 – MCB Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Mumbai, Extends Condolences to Victims’ Families

7 July 2016 – Remembering the first anniversary of the London bombings

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