Birmingham Muslims are meeting Home Office Ministers today to debate tackling extremism and reforming mosques.
More than 100 people are expected to attend the summit at Edgbaston Cricket Ground.
Ministers have set up a series of meetings with Muslims to discuss issues raised by the London bombings on July 7, before new laws are unveiled by Home Secretary Charles Clarke next month.
Home Office Minister Paul Goggins will attend today's meeting, which follows others in Oldham, Burnley, Leicester, Bradford, Manchester and Leeds.
Members of other religions, including Anglicans, will also take part in the summit, which will look at improving relations between different sections of the community.
The meeting will discuss the effect of the terror attacks on Asians who are not Muslim but have experienced hostility as a result.
A Home Office spokeswoman said: "Issues which people have raised in the previous summits included disaffection among young people, and not just Muslims but young people in general. We also looked at whether there should be some kind of controls on imams, and a requirement to speak English."
But last night one MP warned she feared the Government was failing to hear the voices of all Muslims.
Gisela Stuart (Lab Edgbaston) said: "You need to be very careful when you invite community leaders that you are not just inviting the people who put themselves forward, and may not represent the community as a whole."