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Topic “Politics & Voting”

PRESS RELEASE: MPACUK take on Muslim MP Khalid Mahmood

Khalid Mahmood has been a Member of Parliament for Birmingham Perry Barr since the 2001 General Elections.

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Harrow Hustings

Operation Muslim Vote II

Hustings for Prospective Parliamentary Candidates for Harrow West and East

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The Beauty of Jihad as Conveyed by the Quran and Ahadeeth

kalima
As this article makes very clear, Jihad is an obligation upon us all.

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MPACUK on Islam Channel News

Britain's biggest Muslim website MPACUK.org was recently mentioned on Islam Channel's News show about the importance of the Muslim vote in this General Election.

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Our Women Are Mentally Raped

Muslim woman praying in a mosque

Leafleting in Oldham about the upcoming general elections

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MPACUK are 'Extremists': Dismore

Andrew Dismore

The Zionist MP for Hendon, Andrew Dismore, was caught out Comments

Bradford - MPACUK Needs You!

Operation Muslim Vote II

MPACUK Bradford has launched a campaign in Bradford city centre to empower the Muslim voice by getting Muslims politically active.

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Operation Muslim Vote II: Oldham

Phil Woolas MP and Immigration Minister

Your MPACUK team will be campaigning in Oldham East and Saddleworth for the upcoming 2010 General Elections.

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Brummies: Change Your Future

Khalid Mahmood

All Brummies, do you want to change the landscape in your city?

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Dismore Chairs Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights

Andrew Dismore MP

Many of us have been saying for years that Britain’s anti-terror laws need urgent review, and now so is Comments

Election Fever in Birmingham

don't vote don't complain

MPACK Birmingham will be out campaigning in Birmingham, Perry Barr this weekend, and we’d like you to join us!

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Ethnic Minorities ‘To Play Decisive Role’ In General Election

Vote Smart 2010
More proof, as if it were needed, that the ethnic minority vote will play a more decisive role in the 2010 general election than in any earlier poll, according to

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