Mosul: Too early to celebrate

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan warns the Iraqi authorities against celebrating their victory against ISIS in Mosul. Celebrations have officially begun to mark the...

What happens after the Saudi coup?

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan examines the implications for Saudi Arabia and the region of the "white coup" which took place in Saudi...

In defence of radicalism: Muslim support for “extremist” Corbyn

Activist Yusuf Naseer explains why there is popular support for Jeremy Corbyn among British Muslims and draws comparisons with the work of advocacy group CAGE. If...

Forget about the far-right, it’s the mainstream that paves the way for attacks on...

Theresa May's promise to crack down on the far right after the Finsbury Park terror attack on Muslims is a diversionary tactic designed to...

Terror breeds terror from the streets of Baghdad to the streets of London

It is widely accepted in the social sciences of war theories that violence begets violence. So with that in mind, Jahangir Mohammed argues that...

World Refugee Day 2017-The Palestinian Refugee Crisis 69 years on

Each year 20th June marks World Refugee day; a day in which we commemorate the courageous spirit of refugees everywhere whilst highlighting their plight...

An open letter to Sara Khan, the “Queen” of countering Islamist extremism

Deputy editor of 5Pillars, Dilly Hussain, responds to a column written by Sara Khan in The Observer, where she accused him of being a...

Muslims still have a lot to do after Jeremy Corbyn’s election surge

Joao Silva Jordao explains that he is happy for Jeremy Corbyn's political surge in the aftermath of the general election but argues that British...

Jeremy Corbyn’s victory is greater than the keys to Number 10

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's surge in the General Election is greater than becoming prime minister, writes Nasim Ahmed. Britain underwent the most important general election...

Muslims must resist calls to expand Prevent programme in wake of terror attacks

The government's Prevent programme is a byword for institutional discrimination against Muslims and part of a cynical social engineering exercise, argues the Islamic Human...
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