Progressive British Muslims
Progressive British Muslims (PBM) was a group of Liberal British Muslims that formed following the London terrorist attacks of 7 July 2005. The organization was founded by Farminda Bi, a candidate for a parliamentary seat representing Mole Valley, three days after the attacks on 10 July 2005.
The organisation was founded to provide a voice for progressive Muslims who believed were unrepresented by existing faith organisations. Its politics were seen to favour collaboration between Muslim and non-Muslim cultures in Britain.
As of March 2012, the organisation appeared to be defunct.
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