The Five Principles of YM UK
* Open and dynamic organisation (in Arabic, Jama’ah)
* Personal development of members- in outlook, Understanding, skills and character (Tarbiyah)
* Facilitating spiritual progress of members (Tazkiyah) And externally:
* Promoting a deep awareness of Islam (Da’wah)
* Social concern and engagement (Ri’ayah)
They are also written as:
Inviting – “…invites all youth to the message of Islam.”
Teamwork – “…organises all those who respond to its call into a committed, loving and disciplined brotherhood.”
Educating – “…develops the talents, knowledge and understanding of individuals and applies them for the benefit of all.”
Developing – “…promotes personal, spiritual and moral development and building a relationship with God.”
Action – “…initiates various programmes to involve individuals to help society around them.”
The Islamic Society of Britain is the parent organisation of YM UK.
In the UK, Muslims from the Sub-continent are best represented by the UK Islamic Mission, the Islamic Foundation, the Markfield Institute of Higher Education, Dawatul Islam, the Islamic Society of Britain (ISB), Young Muslims UK (YMUK), Young Muslim Organization UK (YMO), Muslim Educational Trust, Islamic Forum Europe (IFE), London Muslim Centre / East London Mosque, Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), Muslim Aid, several mosques, madrassah and various other projects and organizations. The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) is the most important Middle Eastern influenced organization along with Islamic Relief.