Muslims in the UK may find themselves in trouble for supporting or being a member of the Muslims Against Crusades.
This follows the issuance of an order by Home Secretary Theresa May proscribing Muslims Against Crusades. The details of the order have been provided by the Home Office.
Giving the reasons behind the action, May said she was satisfied that Muslims Against Crusades was simply another name for an organisation already proscribed under a number of names.
May categorically said: 'I have today laid an Order which will proscribe Muslims Against Crusades from midnight tonight. This means being a member of or supporting the organisation will be a criminal offence.
May added: 'I am satisfied Muslims Against Crusades is simply another name for an organisation already proscribed under a number of names including Al Ghurabaa, The Saved Sect, Al Muhajiroun and Islam4UK. The organisation was proscribed in 2006 for glorifying terrorism and we are clear it should not be able to continue these activities by simply changing its name.'