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Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC)

Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC)
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The Muslim Public Affairs Committee began with a handful of individuals on an e-group back in the year 2000 when the Palestinian Intifada began and has grown into a movement with branches across the country and Britain’s biggest Muslim website.

MPACUK is driven by dedicated volunteers with an elected and accountable leadership. It is a not-for-profit organisation dependent upon donations from the public.


Our aim is to empower Muslims to fulfil our Islamic duty to strive for justice.

Muslims will strive for freedom for the Ummah, enabling a revival of Islamic civilisation.

Muslim countries will be free from oppressive regimes, occupation and outside interference, and the rights of all citizens will be safeguarded.

Muslim minorities will be able to live as equal and valued citizens, free to practice their faith and free from discrimination or demonisation.

A secure Muslim Ummah will fulfil its Islamic responsibilities toward Allah’s creation, supporting the universal rights of humanity.

MPACUK are committed to building a movement that will make this vision a reality insh’Allah.

MPACUK Core Principles

MPACUK’s work is defined by 4 core principles:

Reviving the fard (obligation) of Jihad

Jihad means the struggle for justice in the way of Allah, and MPACUK aims to empower Muslims to fulfil this Islamic obligation through intelligent political action to protect the Ummah. We believe that pro-active engagement in mainstream media and politics, as active citizens, is the most effective solution to bring about an ethical foreign policy, defend civil liberties and combat Islamophobia.


MPACUK oppose the racist political ideology of Zionism and aim to counter the influence of the Zionist lobby. Openly available evidence demonstrates a Zionist agenda to dominate the Middle East and push a ‘clash of civilisations’ between Islam and ‘The West’. We therefore believe that anti-Zionism is a strategic priority to counter the greatest and most urgent threat facing the Ummah.

Institutional Revival

We need to follow the example of the Prophet (pbuh) who established the mosque as an active centre of the Ummah’s well-being and protection.


MPACUK aim to revive the Islamic principle of accountability to ensure Muslims have the best leadership.

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