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British Muslim response

Islamic Assn for Palestine expresses solidarity with US for the tragic loss 9/11
11-09-2002
The Islamic Association For Palestine (IAP) would like to express its solidarity with our nation over the tragic loss of human life one year ago today


British Muslims remember Sept 11 and condemn attacks
11-09-2002
British Muslims have remembered the dead of September 11 in a commemoration event at the Central Mosque in London's Regent Park.


'Should I have to pretend?'
11-09-2002
“ ‘Two aeroplanes have gone into the World Trade Centre.’ ” It’s my mother’s voice. ‘What?’ She repeats the words. Slowly they sink in. ‘Oh God, I hope it’s not Muslims.


Shahid Malik on the hope that has sprung from despair
11-09-2002
'There is a better understanding and more sensitivity between the various faiths and cultures in this country now'


A year later, exploring what it meansto be an American and to be a Muslim
10-09-2002
"There are more American Muslims than there are American Episcopalians, Jews or Presbyterians," writes the religious scholar Diana Eck. Nonetheless, Sept. 11 changed how some Americans think about Muslims. It also challenged how Muslims in America see themselves. A year later, many reject the spiked yoke of collective blame and explore and assert a centuries old heritage in America.


A Year On: Reflections and Concerns of British Muslims
10-09-2002
On the first anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the Muslim Council of Britain reaffirms its sympathy for the relatives of the innocent people who were killed on that day.


MCB opposes war on Afghans – insists on Justice
09-10-2001
The Muslim Council of Britain declared its opposition to the recent US-led strikes against Afghanistan and said that they could only lead to the increased destabilisation of the region.


Grave concern over military action
07-10-2001
The Muslim Council of Britain is deeply saddened and gravely concerned that Britain and the United States of America have begun military strikes against Afghanistan.


Muslim Representatives meet Conservative Party Leader
01-10-2001
Representatives of the British Muslim community today met with the Conservative Party Leader Mr Iain Duncan Smith MP at the Conservative’s Central Office


STATEMENT OF BRITISH IMAMS AND SCHOLARS ON THE SEPTEMBER 11 TRAGEDY AND ITS AFTERMATH
29-09-2001
A special meeting of imams (leaders) and ulama (scholars) was convened by The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) to discuss the events of 11 September in the United States of America and their aftermath. The meeting was held at the Islamic Cultural Centre, Regents Park, London on 29 September 2001.


Muslim delegation meets with Prime Minister
28-09-2001


Attack on America – An Islamic Perspective
27-09-2001


British Muslims urge Justice not Vengeance
19-09-2001


Muslim Council of Britain expresses total condemnation of terrorist attacks
11-09-2001


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