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The Shura Council of the Muslim Association of Britain has elected RaghadAltikriti as its new President. Upon her appointment, Altikriti said: “It is an honour to be elected as the first female President of the Muslim Association of Britain, to represent and serve our members from all across the country. “I look forward to working with our branches and departments to strengthen our ties to civil society and continue pushing for the betterment of society. As our country continues to face increased division and distrust, I hope that with this new leadership we can bring and promote continued unity and mutual understanding.”
The Muslim Association of Britain was founded in 1997 with the aim of encouraging Muslims to participate proactively in the British society, to make the most of the avenues available and to function positively to become fruitful citizens of the UK.