The Conservative Muslim Forum (CMF) is an integral part of the Conservative Party. All CMF members are full members of the Party and we believe that the fundamental values of the Conservative Party such as recognising the importance of the family, scepticism of state control, a belief in private enterprise, low taxes and personal responsibility are values that appeal to British Muslims.


The CMF's full objectives are set out on the Objectives page. They can be summarised as encouraging British Muslims to play their full part in the political life of our country, and in particular to support the Conservative Party, join the Conservative Party and stand as Conservative Party candidates.

We also advise Conservative candidates campaigning to Muslim voters. If you are a candidate and think we can help just get in touch.


15 NOV 2014

Campaigning in Rochester and Strood

Campaigning on the ground is vital in politics, and can make the difference between success and victory in a tight race. It is also important for keeping politicians and political activists connected with the views and atttitudes of voters. On 15 November as part of the by election campaign in...


30 OCT 2014

Lord Sheikh on the so-called jihadists in Iraq and Syria

On 30 October 2014 the House of Lords held a debate on the Middle East and North Africa. The formal motion was proposed by Lord Risby: "To move that that this House takes note of the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa." The full debate can be read at this link. Lord Sheikh spoke in the...


20 OCT 2014

Lord Sheikh hosts OneVoice in the House of Lords

The recent conflict in Gaza has reminded all of us how essential it is to achieve a lasting peace between Israel and Palestine. The question facing ordinary citizens in Israel, Palestine and Britain is what can we do to help achieve peace? OneVoice is a grassroots, civil society organisation that...



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