Press Statement – New Zealand Terror Attack March 15th 2019

Al Muntada Al-Islami Trust condemns in the strongest expression the terrorist and the barbaric attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand today. This is a brutal act against the Muslim community and the people of New Zealand.

There is no phrase that can describe this coward, radical and brutal attack on civilian worshipers in broad daylight. These attacks are not an act of individuals; they are the results of the irresponsible promotion of Islamophobia by many writers, politicians and media outlets. The promotion of hatred towards Muslims must end. Those extremist and radical people must be taken to account and the root of this extremist ideology must be eliminated.

Our hearts are with the dead who fell in this attack and we ask Allah to make them martyrs who said about such people in the chapter 3 verse 169: “and never think of those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are alive with their Lord, receiving provision”.

We ask the Almighty to grant a speedy recovery to all those who were injured in the attack. We pray that he gives patience to the bereaved families in this calamity and during this extremely difficult time.

We ask our community members to stay vigilant and to report any suspicious behavior to the Police. If the aim of these barbaric attacks is to break our connections with our Masjids, we should do the opposite and strengthen our relationship with them. We urge our community members to read the “the Incident Management Guide for Faith Communities” article, which gives detailed guidelines in how to deal with any suspicious behavior.

We pray for the martyred, the wounded and their families and we ask the Almighty to protect our Muslim communities in the UK and worldwide from any harm.

Al-Muntada Al-Islami Trust | E-mail: | Charity: 293355

Al Muntada Trust responds to the Henry Jackson Society report

Press Statement

July 20th 2017

Al Muntada Trust responds to the Henry Jackson Society report –  Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism Research Paper No:9 (2017) July 2017


We strongly and unequivocally condemn all forms of extremism, radicalism, intolerance and violence including Islamophobia in all its forms.

We have recently been the subject of unfair, unfounded, inaccurate and biased reports making hostile islamophobic allegations against us.

We have repeatedly asked for evidence to support these accusations, but none has been forthcoming. Allegations against us have been made without us being given the opportunity to put forward our side. This goes against the fundamental principles of fairness, justice and rule of law.

We are regulated and governed by the Laws of England and Wales and the regulations of the Charity Commission, if any of these allegations were substantiated then we would not be able to operate in the United Kingdom. We operate within the Law and Charity Commission regulations and guidelines.

Organisations such as ours provide an invaluable and indispensable service to the community in London and across the UK, especially for the most vulnerable such as the homeless, the destitute, single mothers, the youth and for others after genuine attacks and tragic fires. These false allegations are a detriment to our charitable work, they prevent us from concentrating all our efforts on helping the poor and needy and divert our resources and time to defending ourselves against these hostile unfair, unsubstantiated attacks.

We request that before publishing, regurgitating and circulating old, unsubstantiated fake news, all organisations, academics and institutions verify the facts and give the accused the opportunity to respond before publishing such material.

We clearly understand that certain organisations publishing and circulating these allegations have their own agenda and are not interested in reporting facts but they are using Islamophobia as the main motivating factor for further military intervention in the international arena.

We condemn the said report and invite all parties concerned to contact us directly to obtain our answers to these false allegations before publishing and circulating this report as fact.


Dr Saeed Al Ghadie – Al Muntada Trust



Press Statement – London Terror Attack June 3rd 2017

Press Statement – London Terror Attack June 3

Our thoughts are with all the victims and their families who were affected by the terror attack in London yesterday.

Al Muntada Trust sta­nds united with Lond­on and communities across the country against all acts of terrorism.

These acts of terror have nothing to do with our religion. In fact, they are extremely against the very principals, foundations and teachings of Islam. We will co­ntinue to work to br­ing communities of all faiths together, and to help those who are in need.


PRESS RELEASE – Terrorist Attack on Manchester Arena

Press Release
Re: Coordination Council of Mosques’ Position on Terrorist Attack on Manchester Arena
We are appalled by the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday night in which innocent civilians were injured and precious lives lost.
We unequivocally condemn the attack and reiterate our firm position that there is no justification for such criminal acts against civilians and civilian institutions.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the victims and their families.
We pay tribute to our emergency services and law enforcement authorities for their efforts and hard work in reaching out to those in need of care and protection.
Coordination Council of Mosques
London Central Mosque
Al Muntada Trust
Al Manar Mosque
North London Mosque
Muslim Welfare House