Book Review: ‘Radical Skin, Moderate Masks’ by Yassir Morsi

Asim Qureshi is the research director at advocacy group CAGE. You can follow him on Twitter @AsimCP.   ‘Radical Skin, Moderate Masks’ was a difficult book...

The “liberation” of Mosul and the future of a post-ISIS Iraq

Dr Anas Altikriti is the CEO and founder of the Cordoba Foundation. You can follow him on Twitter @anasaltikriti   Dr Anas Altikriti questions whether Mosul...

Saudi wooing of Iraqi Shia leaders not credible without radical change of strategy

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says Saudi Arabia’s opening to Iraqi Shia leaders is aimed at weakening Iran’s influence in the region. It came...

Conflating terrorism with extremism: Legal clarity on Prevent duty

The conflation between "terrorism" and "extremism" is a common theme in the discourse surrounding national security, which is resulting in a confused understanding of...

Masjid Al Aqsa: Palestinians will never surrender to Israeli occupation

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Awtan says the Palestinian people will keep reaffirming that they will never submit to the Israeli occupation whatever the...

An open letter to Muslim leaders on issuing joint statements and reforming Islam

Dr Abdul Wahid is the chairman of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain. You can follow him on Twitter @abdulwahidht    Dr Abdul Wahid writes an open letter to imams,...

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...

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...

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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