Was Michael Adebolajo an MI5 agent?

The claims by Michael Adebolajo's friend Abu Nusaybah on Newsnight last night that the Woolwich suspect was harassed by MI5 and that the security service...

Anjem Choudary: I stand by Michael Adebolajo

Dilly Hussain interviews Anjem Choudary, the former leader of the now banned al Muhajiroun group. Choudary, who has been in the spotlight because of...

Violence on Muslims is never acknowledged

Arzu Merali of the Islamic Human Rights Commission says that anti-Muslim violence is often ignored. I woke up this morning to news that at least...

Anjem Choudary must accept blame for Muslim backlash

Hasina Patel, who's a teacher in a school near Woolwich, blames Anjem Choudary for the backlash against Muslims in the UK. Following Thursday's horrific attack...

Violence begets violence?

Political activist Zafer Iqbal argues that while many commentators blame Islamic extremism for what happened in Woolwich, the real root cause is historical grievances...

Woolwich Murder: Islamic terrorism or violent thuggery?

Professor Tahir Abbas says that the Woolwich killing wasn't inspired by al-Qaida. The tragic incident relating to the murder of an unarmed soldier yards away...

Moazzam Begg: “Woolwich attack done for the cameras”

Less than three weeks ago a 75-year old Muslim grandfather was stabbed to death on the way back from evening prayers in my city of...

British media buries its head in the sand

In the wake of yesterday's incident at Woolwich, the British press has linked the murder of a British soldier to foreign policy but isn't...

It’s all about foreign policy

Counter-terrorism research student Shazan Iqbal argues that condemnations of yesterday's Woolwich attack are fruitless unless British foreign policy is addressed. Almost immediately as the Woolwich...

British Muslims should brace themselves for a backlash

With the seeming beheading of a British solder in south London earlier today British Muslims are bracing themselves for a backlash, writes Roshan Muhammed Salih. We can...
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