UK’s most critical decision

UK’s most critical decision

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imageOpen Discussions
in association with
Gulf Cultural Club

invites you to a Discussion titled:

UK’s most critical decision

Stephen Bell*
Mohammad Iqbal Asaria CBE**
Allen Newport***

On 23rd June UK has to decide whether it will remain within the European Union or opt out. This is the biggest decision in recent decades and will have profound impact on the European alliance. Both camps are engaged in relentless efforts to convince the people to vote on their side. Both sides of the Atlantic are awaiting the outcome of the decision by the British people which will have ramifications on immigration, economy, international influence, human rights and cultural integration of the continent. It is an opportunity to participate in the debate which affect the lives of those living on the British isles.

Date: Wednesday, 11th May 2016
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Abrar House, 45 Crawford Place, W1H 4LP

* Stephen Bell is National Treasurer for the Stop the War Coalition and Campaigns Officer for the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. He is a member of the Labour Party.

**Mohammad Iqbal Asaria is special advisor to the Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain on business and economic affairs and a tutor on the MCB’s leadership development programme. In the late 1980s, he was the editor-in-chief of Afkar, a ground-breaking news and analysis journal published in London. Iqbal’s current interests are in Islamic and Moral Finance. He was awarded the CBE in the 2005 Queen’s Honours List for services to international development.

***Allen Newport is a political commentator who is critical of the international finance system. He is a Muslim convert and a Sufi of the Naqshabandi Haqqani Tariqa. He is also a traditionalist and political monarchist, on the right of the political spectrum. He holds critical views on the international banking system which, he considers, is the chief source of the evils of the world.

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