British Muslims’ Expectation

The question of British Muslim identity is one which has preoccupied the minds of hundreds of thousands of Muslims throughout Britain. For decades, Muslims of all types of backgrounds, nationalities and ideologies have been struggling to come to terms with their Islamic identity within British society. What does it mean to be a British Muslim? What are our obligations as British Muslim citizens? Most importantly, as British Muslim citizens, what are our expectations of the British government and British society?

The Islamic Human Rights Commission is embarking upon a mission to answer these questions and to determine what exactly we, as British Muslims, expect from this country. Please take ten minutes out of your busy schedule to complete this questionnaire which will go a long way to helping us realise our expectations.

Please note that completed forms must be returned by the 7th August 2004.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire. If you need to post this questionnaire back to us, please use our Freepost address:

Islamic Human Rights Commission
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