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Policy Exchange Publishes Another Futile Report

30 Oct 2007 The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) views the Policy Exchange’s latest offering as another divisive attempt to drive a wedge between British Muslims and the rest of society. Today’s report from Policy Exchange entitled ‘The Hijacking of British Islam’ plumbs new depths in the ongoing and transparent attempts to try and delegitimise popular mainstream Islamic institutions in … Read More

Jack Straw Table’s Amendment to Crime and Disorder Bill

20 June 1998 The Home Secretary’s decision to table an amendment to the Crime and Disorder Bill came in a letter addressed to Mr Iqbal Sacranie, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB). This followed a meeting of an MCB delegation with the Home Secretary and Mr. Mike O’Brien at the Home Office on Tuesday 16 June 1998. … Read More

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. The delegation raised the concern that the new racial offences provisions of the Crime and Disorder bill would not protect the Muslim community. The Home Secretary acknowledged this concern and agreed to urgently consider whether … Read More