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Shaykh Haitham Al-Haddad: Voting for any candidate who would serve the Muslim community in the country and deal with Muslim countries on the basis of justice and fairness is not only permissible but required. It is the responsibility of the Muslim minorities in non-Muslim democratic countries to participate in public life, including voting and financing campaigns in order to be able to positively influence the political decision in these countries. click here.

Shaykh Abdur Raheem Green: The opinion of imams and scholars on taking part in election are clearly in favour of taking part in the democratic process. This gives us an opportunity to choose the candidate who will best serve the interest of our community. Not taking part in elections will deprive us of the political prowess and clout that we command in certain inner city areas of Britain. That is not our interest. I urge every one to use their vote effectively. click here.

Dr. Musharraf Hussain: It is incumbent upon Muslims to actively participate for the following reasons: 1) In order to protect our rights as British citizens, we must be involved in politics. 2) Our involvement can facilitate our support of our fellow Muslims around the world. 3) Our interaction with wider society and our involvement will help us serve humanity and to spread our Message 4) It helps to convey the universality of Islam. click here.

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