Muhbeen Hussain – NOT the representative of British Muslim Youth
Twice within the last few days Muhbeen Hussain has been presented in the media, commenting upon equalities issues, as representing “British Muslim Youth.” The inference being that he represents an organisation, popular movement or somehow has a special status or standing that allows him to speak on behalf of Muslim young people in Britain
Other than by his age and ethnicity the latter is NOT the case
The only legal status thus far associated with the British Muslim Youth is in fact a company registered at Companies House under the name of BMY (CIC).
It is neither a registered charity nor political party
There are only three Company Directors. Muhbeen himself, his brother Vakas & a friend Waqass Farid. It is profit distributing structure, unlike the traditional non-profit distributing model used by pressure or charitable organisations.
Until recently there was a web site, now taken down. It revealed there are…
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