British Muslim members of the Labor Party accuse Islamophobia in a new report

London: More than a third of the Labor Party is British Muslim members say they have “fear and hatred of Islam” (Islamophobia) among the office holders (rank) of the British opposition party. This information was revealed in a new report on Sunday.

According to the ‘ITV News’ report, the Labor Muslim Network survey found that 44 percent of people do not believe the party is Islam Prati takes the feeling of fear and hatred seriously and 48 percent have lost faith in party complaint system. Nearly 59 Muslim respondents say they do not feel fairly represented in the party.

The Independent newspaper cited ITV news that Ali Milani, an Iranian-born Labor Party member, said a party member told him that “a tendency to violence.” For this reason, Muslims do not they can be parliamentarians and ask if they are terrorists. Milani 2019 has lined up against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at London’s Uxbridge and South Ruslip offices.

Afzal Khan, Pakistani-born chairman of the Labor Muslim Network parliamentary committee and Manchester Gorton MP, said fear and hatred of Islam within the party were “ignored” and “Attention is needed immediate”. Apsna Begum, a Labor Party MP from Bangladesh, said she faced similar issues and said the party did not acknowledge the problem. Meanwhile, the Muslim Council of Great Britain (MCB) said the report is shocking. He urged the side to act immediately.

London: More than a third of the Labor Party is British Muslim members say they have “fear and hatred of Islam” (Islamophobia) among the office holders (rank) of the British opposition party. This information was revealed in a new report on Sunday.

According to the ‘ITV News’ report, the Labor Muslim Network survey found that 44 percent of people do not believe the party is Islam Prati takes the feeling of fear and hatred seriously and 48 percent have lost faith in party complaint system. Nearly 59 Muslim respondents say they do not feel fairly represented in the party.

The Independent newspaper cited ITV news that Ali Milani, an Iranian-born Labor Party member, said a party member told him that “a tendency to violence.” For this reason, Muslims do not they can be parliamentarians and ask if they are terrorists. Milani 2019 has lined up against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at London’s Uxbridge and South Ruslip offices.

Afzal Khan, Pakistani-born chairman of the Labor Muslim Network parliamentary committee and Manchester Gorton MP, said fear and hatred of Islam within the party were “ignored” and “Attention is needed immediate”. Apsna Begum, a Labor Party MP from Bangladesh, said she faced similar issues and said the party did not acknowledge the problem. Meanwhile, the Muslim Council of Great Britain (MCB) said the report is shocking. He urged the side to act immediately.

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