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Mustafa Field MBE

Mustafa Field MBE, Director of Faiths Forum for London

Mustafa Field MBE, Director of Faiths Forum for London, Former Director of Mosque & Imams National advisory board from 2010 - 2013. He was awarded an MBE in 2012 for his efforts in strengthen integration and social cohesion. He is a Fellow for the John Smith Trust and is involved in strengthening the rule of law and countering sectarianism. Field is a influential member of the British Iraqi community.

After Liberation, The Focus Now Turns To Mosul's Future

The liberation of Mosul is proof of the incredible effort and sacrifice that went into driving out Daesh. Along with this, it has highlighted the bravery and resilience of the residents who, despite hailing from different faiths and backgrounds, all joined together to reject the oppressive doctrine that almost put an end to the city itself.
24/07/2017 12:16 BST

Terrorism Is The Enemy Of Britons Of All Faiths

I have family in Iraq and know how that country has suffered beyond endurance at the hands of Daesh. In the same way that my family, and friends have resisted this scum in Iraq, I will resist them here. In this struggle, I will link arms with imams, rabbis and priests. People of genuine faith and love must find the inner strength to build a wall that Daesh cannot penetrate.
12/06/2017 15:52 BST

This Is How Much Money British Muslims Donate To Charity During Ramadan

The donations were as varied as they were generous. One Muslim-led charity estimated its work over last Ramadan to have helped at least one million people. Other efforts helped those suffering drought in Somaliland and conflict in Syria. There were also local, community focused acts, including soup kitchens for the homeless and aid for those affected by last year's floods in Carlisle.
26/05/2017 12:32 BST

Today Marks Six Years Since The Syrian Conflict Began

As the horrors continue in Syria and fighting is focused on religious and sectarian lines, it is vital that faith groups come together to help those most affected. This sends a powerful message that we are not a divided people but stronger when we work together in times of crisis.
15/03/2017 17:34 GMT

Muslims Like Us - Where Were The Religious Conservatives?

Like most viewers, I was gripped by the BBC's Muslims Like Us. Ten British Muslims were put in one house Big Brother-style. Within the first few minutes, most of them had taken against the notorious Islamist Anthony Small, who now calls himself Abdul Haqq.
14/12/2016 12:31 GMT