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The Nigerian Muslim Network (NMN)
The Nigerian Muslims Network (NMN) is an Internet-based discussion forum of Nigerian Muslims living in different parts of the globe. The aims and objectives of the forum include providing an effective and efficient means of communication (exchange information and share ideas) for Nigerian Muslims around the globe, promoting and propagating the religion of Islam, serving as a forum for intellectual discussions on religious and other topical issues affecting Muslims in Nigeria.
For more information about NMN, click here.
The Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria (MSSN)
The Muslim Students� Society of Nigeria (MSSN) was founded in Lagos, Nigeria on 18 th April, 1954, in response to the yearnings of Muslim students for a platform to discuss and find solutions to their common problems and challenges, especially in the face of hostile colonial and evangelical environment then prevalent in the country. The organisation has continued to adapt and respond to the changing challenges and needs of its members and the Nigeria Muslim community in general.
For more information about MSSN, click here.
The Islamic Foundation
The Islamic Foundation, established in 1973 in the city of Leicester, is a major centre for education, training, research and publication. The Foundation aims to promote a better understanding of Islam-both by muslims and non-Muslims, to foster better relations between Muslims and others, and to contribute towards a brighter tomorrow, not just for Muslims but for the Humanity at large. These broad objectives are pursued through the activities of its various sections, departments, units and projects.
The Foundation is the birth place of the NMF, and the first Director, late Khurram Murrad, played a greater role in the establishment of the Forum. May Allah (SWT) forgive him and have mercy on him, ameen.
For more information about the Islamic Foundation, click here.
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)
The Muslim Council of Britain is a national representative Muslim umbrella body with over 500 affiliated national, regional and local organisations, mosques, charities and schools. The MCB is pledged to work for the common good of society as a whole; encouraging individual Muslims and Muslim organisations to play a full and participatory role in public life.
The Forum (NMFUK) has been an affiliate member of the MCB since its inception.
For more information about the MCB, click here.
The Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS)
The Federation of Student Islamic Societies, a body that caters for the needs of Muslim students in further and higher education across the UK and Ireland. It was established in 1962 and plays an important role on the student youth front, as it is one of the largest, if not the largest representative organisation of Muslim youth in the UK. FOSIS is affiliated to the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), the umbrella organisation for the majority of Muslim organisations in the UK.
The Forum has close links with FOSIS and has in the past organised joint events.
For more information about FOSIS, click here.
The Muslim Students Society UK (MSSUK)
The Muslim Students Society UK The Muslim Students Society (MSSUK) was originally set up in 1961 to play an integral part in the welfare of overseas students. Alongside other student organisations such as FOSIS, the MSS has evolved, as have the needs and requirements of Muslim Students and the youth in general in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. The MSS played an important role, in its initial stages, in setting Islamic Societies at Universities up and down the country.
For more information about MSSUK, click here.
The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB)
The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) was founded in November 1997, with the aim of promoting and propagating the principles of positive Muslim interaction with all elements of society to reflect, project and convey the message of Islam in its pure and unblemished form. It is part of the wider British Islamic movement and a supporter of all other ventures that agree on the proper principles of Da'wa and human collaboration. The MAB also aims to establish a relationship of cooperation and coordination with the other institutions and organizations in any activity which does not contradict with the aims and objectives of MAB.
For more information about the MAB, click here.
The Muslim Health Network
The Muslim Health Network has been established to play a principle role in promoting, preserving, and protecting health and health education amongst Muslim Communities in the UK. The strategic aspirations of the network are to improve the standard of health and well being within the community through information, support, news, advice, events and the promotion of general health issues. The network will endeavour to encourage and organise co-operation between representatives of the voluntary organisations and statutory authorities engaged in health improvement and promotion activity within the community. It will further attempt to redress health inequalities and to advance education and training in health issues affecting the United Kingdoms 1.6 million Muslim community.
The Forum (NMFUK) is also an affiliate of the Muslim Health Network.
For more information about the Muslim Health Network, click here.
The Muslim Directory UKk
The Muslim Directory is the principal resource and essential guide to businesses and services for the 1.8 million strong Muslim community residing in the UK. For the past 10 years this unique annual presentation has been a constant source of reference and assistance to countless individuals, organisations and institutions. Based on a deep sense of community, enterprise, integrity and ethics, the Muslim Directory is an established feature in most Muslim households.
The Forum (NMFUK) is a subscriber of the Muslim Directory.
For more information about the Muslim Directory, click here.
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