Abdullah al Andalusi’s observations on the General Election results

Abdullah al Andalusi reflects on the outcome of the UK General Elections, the role British Muslims played in it, and the way forward as...

Should Muslims vote in a secular democracy?

Abdullah al Andalusi questions whether British Muslims should participate in the secular democratic process. The upcoming UK elections are only a day away, and the...

UK election: Foreign rule could be just the ticket for minorities

The possibility of a hung parliament in which Labour and the SNP can cobble together an alliance may fill Little Englanders with dread but...

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,...

Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad questions whether voting is really haram?

Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad explores whether voting in the democratic process is halal or haram. When we discuss the issue of voting, or any other (contemporary)...

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...

Sheikh Haitham al Haddad on Muslims voting in the General Election 2015

Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad shares his thoughts on British Muslims participating in the upcoming General Election. Many Muslim leaders call for political participation by highlighting the...

Islam and secular liberal democracy: Part 1 – The reality of the early democracies

In an exclusive four-part series on liberal democracies, the Islamic world view and whether Muslims should vote in secular elections, Abdullah al-Andalusi begins by...

Maajid Nawaz and liberal hypocrisy: When the chickens came home to roost

Abdullah al Andalusi shares his thoughts on the Daily Mail's revelation about Maajid Nawaz harassing a naked dancer at a strip club during Ramadan.  Everyone has...

Hamza Tzortzis’ message to “aspiring men” #ManUpUK

Hamza Tzortzis advises British men, of all faiths and none, to revive the universal principle of chivalry by protecting vulnerable women from verbal and...
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