Fiyaz Mughal OBE (born 1971) is the founder of Faith Matters, an organisation that works to counter extremism, and Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks), a national project in which Fayaz records and measures anti-Muslim incidents in the United Kingdom. Active in charity for over 25 years,, Mughal has written several pieces for The Guardian newspaper.

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  • What's really concerning is the spread of these incidents. They're coming in from right across the country. Secondly, some of them are quite aggressive very focused, very aggressive attacks. And thirdly, there also seems to be significant online activity... suggesting co-ordination of incidents and attacks against institutions or places where Muslims congregate.
  • You can't stop people having places of worship. That, in itself, is discriminatory. Democracy and Islam can live together. It's not Islam that's the problem, it's extreme elements within the Muslim community. Those elements develop because vulnerable young men come to believe inspirational leaders with extreme views.