- Queen Mary University's Isoc announced the suspension on Facebook
- Post claimed the society is 'unclear' about what the allegations include
- Society member allegedly raised voice at a student union representative
- University tops league table for hosting most extremists in three years
An Islamic society at a London university accused of hosting radical preachers has been suspended over allegations of 'bullying and misconduct'.
Queen Mary University's Isoc claimed the society is 'unclear' about what the allegations, which led to the student union halting its activities, are.
But it is understood the suspension came after a member of the society allegedly raised his voice at a student union representative, according to The Times.
The Islamic Society at Queen Mary University (pictured) in London accused of hosting radical preachers has been suspended over allegations of 'bullying and misconduct'
A statement posted on the society's Facebook page on Sunday said: 'It has come to our attention that there is much confusion regarding the current situation of the Isoc.
'It is with a heavy heart and deep sorrow that we regret to inform you that the Queen Mary Islamic Society has been temporarily suspended.
'This suspension comes as a result of allegations many of which we are still unclear about. We are working with the SU to gain better clarity on these issues in hopes of putting this matter to rest.
'The Isoc is currently appealing this decision and can hopefully resolve any issues to allow the great work to continue.'
The society added that it made the announcement because of the 'hysteria'.
A spokesman for the university said: 'Queen Mary University of London students’ union has suspended the Islamic society (Isoc) while it investigates claims that Isoc breached agreed protocols and procedures.
'These include the use of university facilities, room bookings, and event promotion.
'Further information will be available following the conclusion of the investigation.'
In a post on Facebook, Queen Mary University's Isoc claimed the society is 'unclear' about what the allegations are
Carolina Mantzalos, student union president, added: 'The students’ union is currently looking into claims that Isoc has broken some of the rules associated with running a Students’ Union society.
'The Students’ Union is keen to resolve this investigation quickly to ensure that ISoc are able to resume their activities for their members.'
The university society has previously been accused of hosting radical preachers.
According to a report released in June, Queen Mary tops the league table for the university that has hosted the most extremists in the past three years.
It comes two years after female students were banned from speaking at a university seminar put on by the society.
Female attendees were forced to write down their questions for Ustadh Abu Abdillah while male students raised their hands to be addressed by the speaker.