BMF calls for the British Government to do more to stop the massacre of the Rohingya

The world’s most persecuted minority, the Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar (Burma), is currently facing the terror of another bloody military campaign against them. Hundreds have been killed, tens of thousands of refugees are trapped on the border into Bangladesh...
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Barcelona Attack: BMF condemnation of the terror attacks in Spain

The British Muslim Forum (BMF) most strongly condemns the evil, cowardly acts of terror that occurred yesterday in Spain. Our hearts and thoughts go out to all victims of this abhorrent act which has left 14 people dead and over 100 injured. This is simply an affront to humanity....
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BMF calls on Mosques to hold Srebrenica Memorial events

The genocide of Muslims in Srebrenica in 1995 is marked this year during 11-16 July 2017. This is the worst atrocity in Europe since World War Two when over 8,000 Muslim men and boys were murdered on account of their Islamic faith. Thousands of women, children and elderly people...
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The BMF condemns terror attack at Finsbury Park in London

The British Muslim Forum strongly condemns yet another terrorist attack in Britain that occurred last night at Finsbury Park in London. The horrific attack targeted innocent Muslims as they returned from the mosque following the Ramadan prayers. One person has lost his life and...
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500 UK Imams’ public message to violent extremists

UK imams will come together tomorrow to condemn the recent atrocities in Manchester and London and make clear that there is no religious justification in the taking of innocent lives. Imams, at an event near London Bridge, will pay tribute to those killed in the terror attacks...
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London Attack: The BMF strongly condemns Act of Terror

Terror has struck again last night at the heart of London, at the iconic London Bridge and the Borough Market. Seven people have lost their lives and more than 40 injured. This is an horrific act of terror that has no justification whatsoever. In the strongest possible terms, the...
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General Election: BMF and other faith representatives launch ‘The Values Manifesto’

Five senior faith representatives look to improve our political debate with the launch of a manifesto that can be adopted by anyone. Today sees the launch of a unique non-partisan election manifesto that any member of the public can claim as their own. Representatives of five of...
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Imams from across the country march to St Ann’s Square in solidarity

On Sunday 28 May, the British Muslim Forum brought together Muslims from across Britain, led by Imams and scholars in Manchester to preach a message of unity and solidarity, following the Manchester attack. The march from the Cathedral to St Ann’s Square was led by a Rabbi, an...
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Mosques offer #PrayerForManchester

The British Muslim Forum (BMF) has called on mosques and Imams around the UK to dedicate part of the Friday Prayers in honour of the victims of the horrific suicide terror attack that took place at the Manchester Arena on Monday, killing 22 people with many more injured. The...
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