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Lord Sheikh’s Claim against Associated Newspapers Ltd

On 15 August 2018 MailOnline published an article headed “EXCLUSIVE: Top Tory Peer’s appearance at Corbyn’s ‘hate conference’  in Tunisia comes after YEARS of rubbing shoulders with Islamists, hate preachers and Holocaust deniers” The article focussed on his attendance at a Conference in Tunisia in 2014 which was categorised as 

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Eid Greetings from CMF Executive!

Eid al-Fitr is the religious celebration marking the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.  Despite Coronavirus it’s been clear that the focus on prayer, reflection, community and charity has continued across the United Kingdom during Ramadan. Whilst Eid this year will obviously be different with the guidance remaining that Mosques will

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Ramadan Message from Faruk Miah MBE

I would like to send my very warmest wishes to all our Muslim members and supporters across the United Kingdom and beyond. Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, but it’s much more than just fasting from food. It’s a time of

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STATEMENT ON BORIS JOHNSON

“We are sorry to hear that our Prime Minister is unwell and is in intensive care. The Conservative Muslim Forum’s Executive and Members wish Boris Johnson a speedy and full recovery. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family at this difficult time.”   Faruk Miah MBE – Chairman The

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Coronavirus Bill

Coronavirus Bill is being heard in the House Commons on Monday and will be discussed in the House of Lords on Tuesday. Like other Muslims Lord Sheikh is deeply concerned about the possibility of cremation of the deceased which may happen under Section 27 of the Coronavirus Bill. Lord Sheikh

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CMF Afternoon Tea at the Carlton Club

Conservative Muslim Forum (CMF) held an afternoon tea at the prestigious Carlton Club, founded in 1832 as the original home of the Conservative Party. The event was attended by 75 guests who came across all over the UK including London, Birmingham, Oxford, Luton, Southend and Peterborough.  It was an opportunity

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