A Conservative Jewish MP in the last Parliament will not attend any hustings held by local faith groups because of "security concerns".
Lee Scott, who is defending a majority of more than 5,000 in his Ilford North constituency in Essex, declined to go into further detail.
Mr Scott has spoken in the Commons of several death threats he received over the course of last year. During his election campaign five years ago, an anonymous group circulated leaflets branding him an "enemy of Muslims".
The London Jewish Forum has cancelled a planned hustings it had hoped to stage in the constituency.
But Mr Scott will be appearing at a number of general hustings including one held by a pensioner's group.
He said he had offered to meet "any community at a one-to-one meeting".
Offers for help with his campaign had come from a local group called the British League of Muslims, who were "good people", he said.