The Daily Express published a misleading article reporting on the Quebec attacks in late January. It reported that the gunman shouted “Allahu Akbar” during his attack. When it was later found out that it was not the gunman who shouted this, but a worshiper, they failed to
MPACUK has reached its fundraising target for the Anti-Islamophobia Nerve Centre, thanks to your donations! We have had so many people support our project and it will allow us to: Run more workshops on how to tackle Islamophobia Organise more campaigns and projects to empower and mobi
Speakers Trust have reinstated the video of Leanne Mohamad’s speech and given MPACUK a statement about the actual events that have taken place. This follows a campaign from MPACUK and other activists who demanded answers about what happened and why Ms Mohamad had been treated in

SUCCESS! David Cameron forced to backtrack on slander of Shaykh Sulaiman Ghani

David Cameron has issued an apology to Shaykh Sulaiman Gani, the Muslim cleric he accused of supporting Islamic State in the House of Commons. Although he has not completely apologised (only for any “misunderstanding”), and MPACUK are demanding a proper apology, this is st

Success! Greater Manchester Police apologises after ‘suicide bomber’ shouts out ‘Allahu Akbar’ during counter-terror exercise

Greater Manchester Police have apologised for their counter-terror exercise that was held in Manchester’s Trafford Centre on Tuesday 10th May 2016. During the training exercise the organisers had those playing the parts of terrorists shout out ‘Allah Akbar’ before setting off th