Progressive British Muslims
March 2012 update - the organisation seems to be now defunct - an English Limited company of the same name is dissolved , the website is no longer visible. In addition, spokesman Dr Shaaz Mahboob now appears to be active at British Muslims for Secular Democracy 
The organisation was founded and is chaired by Farmida Bi, an expert in Islamic Finance to provide a voice for progressive Muslims who she felt were unrepresented by existing faith organisations.  Since its foundation in 2005, PBM has produced policy papers, produced short films on Muslim participation in the 2008 US Presidential Election and is currently working on a project with young people in London and the British Sudanese community.
Progressive British Muslims do not claim to speak for all Muslims, or any particular group of Muslims.
The organisation has David Lammy MP as a patron.
- "Companies House: PROGRESSIVE BRITISH MUSLIMS LIMITED". Companies House. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
- "British Muslims for Secular Democracy (bmsd)". British Muslims for Secular Democracy (bmsd). Retrieved 2012-03-18.
- "Farmida Bi: IBA profile". International Bar Association. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
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