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 Conservative Muslim Forum was founded by Lord Sheikh in 2005 when the Conservative Party recognised that it needed to do more to appeal to Muslim voters.
All of its members are full members of the Conservative Party. The CMF also has a number of supporters who are invited to its events and who receive its communications but who either cannot join the Party (for example some employments prohibit membership of a political party) or who are not yet ready to join.
Only members of the CMF are able to vote in internal CMF elections or to become members of the CMF Executive. The CMF have a constitution which is available at this link.
Anyone who is eligible to vote in British general or local elections regardless of race, colour or creed may become a member of the Conservative Muslim Forum. It will however be necessary for a person applying for membership of the Conservative Muslim Forum to be an existing member of the Conservative Party or apply for such membership simultaneously.
You can join the Conservative Party and the CMF simultaneously by completing this form and posting it to the below address with a cheque or cheques.
Conservative Muslim Forum, Conservative Campaign Headquarters, 30 Millbank, London, SW1P 4DP
To find out more about the CMF, visit their website HERE