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Defending life
from conception to natural death


SPUC Muslim Division

SPUC's Muslim division was established in order to spread the pro-life message specifically to Muslims, and to support Muslim pro-lifers to be active in opposing abortion through their mosques and communities.

While SPUC is a non-religious organisation, we also recognise that it is important for individual pro-lifers who are religious to be able to reach out to their fellow believers and explain why the Islamic faith must include respect for human life at all stages of development.

The Muslim division is dedicated to encouraging the active participation of Muslims in the defence of sanctity of human life from conception till natural death, which is clearly expressed in the sacred texts of Islam. It maintains contact with leading figures in the British Muslim community and advises on the key issues affecting the sanctity of human life.

Aims & Activities

The division works with and promotes solidarity with Muslims worldwide in their opposition to abortion, euthanasia, human cloning and population control. It watches for government participation in attempts to impose such policies that are contrary to the divine and humane values, which Islam shares with all major religions.

To learn more about the division and to find out how you could be involved, please contact the Muslim Division co-ordinator Dr. A. Majid Katme at

All Muslims are welcome to join SPUC and be part of the Muslim Division. Click here for an application form, on which you should tick the box for the Muslim Division.

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International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life

Christopher Hitchens

[an] unborn child seems to me to be a real concept. It's not a growth or an appendix. You can't say the rights question doesn't come up