What is the “British Islam” debate all about?

Dr Abdul Wahid explains the numerous problems he identifies with the ongoing "British Islam" debate. Around 30 years ago a work colleague told me assuredly...

Rotherham 12: Justice was done but South Yorkshire Police must be held to account

Maz Saleem is a campaigner against racism and Islamophobia. You can follow her on Twitter @CampaignerMaz Maz Saleem interviews Abrar Javid, one of the Rotherham...

Azad Ali responds to the media slurs against him

Prominent Muslim activist Azad Ali from the Muslim Safety Forum issues a clarification about the numerous media slurs against him, including accusations that he...

Unravelling “counter-extremism” at the LSE free speech debate

Dr Abdul Wahid shares his thoughts on the London School of Economics' free speech debate last week, where as a panellist he discussed counter-extremism,...

European court’s ruling on hijab in workplace is legally-sanctioned discrimination

Azad Ali, Head of Community Development & Engagement at MEND, argues that today's ruling by the European Court of Justice that employers may ban...

The authorities have all failed Somali couple brutally attacked by racist thug David Gallacher

Maz Saleem, whose father was killed by a white terrorist in Birmingham in 2013, says a Somali couple who were assaulted by the racist...

Will the Syrian ceasefire hold?

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan argues that the latest Syrian ceasefire has more chance of holding than the previous ones because it includes...

Sara Khan and Maajid Nawaz – Two sides of the same feminist farce

Maajid Nawaz's feminism is no less valid than Sara Khan's feminism, writes Zara Faris. The Daily Mail recently raised a furore over Maajid Nawaz’ (Co-Founder...

Zara Faris questions whether feminism is sexist

Zara Faris explores whether feminism is sexist. In a recent interview, the feminist journalist and self-proclaimed “political lesbian”, Julie Bindel (who I debated last year),...

Fault lines with the West’s treatment of minorities

In part 1, Dr Abdul Wahid discussed some of the complex fault lines that exist in Western societies. He now elaborates on why some...
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