- MPAC Expresses Deep Concern Over the Arrest of Muslim Missionaries
- MPAC Statement on the Media Reports of Al-Qaeda Terror Threat in Nigeria
- MPAC Statement on the Religious Clash in Kano State
- MPAC Rejects Extremism
- MPAC Condemns Killings in Dorayi Juma’at Mosque
- MPAC Denounce Barbaric Murder in Gombe State
- MPAC Expresses Supports for the Coming Election
- Political Empowerment of the Nigerian Muslim Ummah
- Fuel Pipeline Fire Disasters Are Preventable Tragedies
- MPAC Urges the Federal Government Not to Waste its Political Capital Over the Proposed Law On Polygyny
- ELECTION 2007: MPAC Guidelines and Recommendations
- MPAC Expresses Condolence to the Families of the Victims of the Crashed ADC Flight
- Hajj Administration in Nigeria: MPAC Report
- Appendix to the Hajj Report
- MPAC Calls on The Pilgrims Welfare Agencies
- MPAC Expresses Deep Concern Over Terror Plot Incident
- MPAC Denounces Israeli’s On-Going Acts of Terrorism
- MPAC Rejects the DaVinci Code Story
- MPAC Welcomes the Hijab Judgment in High Court, Kwara State
- MPAC Expresses Concern Over The Afghani Convert’s Capital Punishment
- MPAC Protests The Publication Of Offensive Cartoons In The Danish Newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, To The Danish Ambassador in Nigeria.
- MPAC Commends President Obasanjo’s Response During The Hajj Operations.
- MPAC Strongly Condemns Violence.
- MPAC Strongly Condemns Killings in Borno State
- MPAC Condemns The Barbaric Execution Of Muslims In Onitsha
- Ondo State: MPAC Calls For Actions To End Vile Attacks & Killings
- MPAC Welcomes Israeli Disengagement From Occupied Territories
- MPAC Totally Condemns The Recent Terrorist Attacks in Egypt
- MPAC Totally Condemns the Indiscriminate Attacks On The People of London
- MPAC Statement On the Delegation To The National Dialogue Conference.
- MPAC Contribution To Muslim Issues At The National Political Reform Conference.
- Nigeria MPAC Strongly Condemns Terrorist Atrocities in Madrid
- Assassination of Abdelaziz al-Rantissi
- MPAC Strongly Condemns Israel’s Act of State Terrorism
- Five Expelled Youth Corpers In Cross River and Rivers State