Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about MPACUK and the work we do. If there is a question that you would like to submit for the FAQ section of our site please email us and your suggestion and we will consider it.
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How can I help?Any individual can help in a number of ways. We have branches in London and Manchester – if you’re based near these areas then contact us to find out about meetings we’re organising and that you can attend.
If time is an issue, then perhaps you may consider donating money to MPACUK (LINK to donate section). And if money is an issue, then visit our website and social media platforms (LINK to ‘Our Social Media’ section) share your views on issues affecting the Ummah.
Are you Sunni or Shia?MPACUK is a staunchly non-sectarian organisation. We believe that Muslims are too busy arguing over sectarian issues, rather than challenging the issues that threaten the Muslim community as a whole. We work together with Muslims from all sects and all walks of life for the common goal of defending Muslim rights and upholding justice.
What do you want Muslims to do?Muslims are victims of a narrative that destroys their identity, confidence andthe community to such an extent that they are unable to liberate themselves from the conditions that they find themselves in.
MPACUK teaches Muslims their real narrative which liberates the Muslim mind and injects confidence within the community which will ensure an organised and active community willing to challenge the oppression that they find themselves under.
Sometimes you can be harsh when delivering your message to Muslims – why?MPACUK believes that segments of the Muslim community are in denial of the state of decay the Ummah is in socially, economically and politically. Equally, those segments equally neglect the dangers of Islamophobia rising in Europe. To challenge this mind-set, sometimes harsh truth is required. MPACUK uses whatever means we can to get our message – unfortunately some Muslims need to shocked into waking up and standing up for the community.
What has MPACUK actually achieved?MPACUK has had a great deal of successes in combating Islamophobia in the UK.
We created the first Muslim response unit in the UK. We have been instrumental in putting women’s rights in the mosque a central facet of their agendas. We were also the first organisation to remove an Islamophobic MP by utilising the Muslim bloc vote. More of our past successes can be read about via the link below.
However, since then, we have moved from an activist group to an education-based organisation that seeks to empower Muslims by spreading the Muslim narrative and exposing those that deny Muslims equality.
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