Minhaj-ul-Quran international UK - Statement regarding Mr Abbasi

Minhaj-ul-Quran has very stringent policies relating to such cases and we take each case seriously. As soon as we received a complaint relating to Mr Abbasi and came to know of pending court proceedings we immediately set-up an internal investigation team.

Minhaj-ul-Quran international UK - Statement on Brussels Attacks 22 March 2016:

We are shocked and horrified to learn of the latest bomb attacks at Brussels Airport. Such atrocities are utterly condemned by Islam, and are contrary to humanitarian values taught by all religions and civilised societies.

Minhaj UK is horrified and shocked by the brutal murders committed in Paris last night in what was an unprecedented and savage attack upon civilians in one of the world’s great cities. Whoever are found to be the perpetrators, we utterly condemn their bloodthirsty actions, which cannot be justified by any grievance or grudge. Their inhumane actions fall completely outside the ethical and moral limits proscribed by any religion or civilised system of life. It is imperative the attackers are found and subjected to criminal proceedings. We send our condolences to the bereaved, and to the injured our heartfelt sympathies and best wishes for recovery.

MQI UK (Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK) has reflected on Prime Minster David Cameron’s speech in Birmingham today. MQI UK acknowledges the PM’s more measured tone compared to his previous speech in Slovakia in June in its attempt to broaden the scope of extremism to include far right groups and not to single out Muslims as being the sole focus of extremism. We also welcome the PM’s recognition that Britain is a successful multi-racial, multi-faith democracy, and that its diversity is its strength.

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