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DEBATE: Should intelligence services be allowed to spy on people to keep them safe?

In this radio debate on BBC Asian Network, deputy editor of 5Pillars, Dilly Hussain, discusses whether intelligence services should be allowed to spy on...

Father from east London jailed for 18 years for 13-week old son’s death

A father from east London has been jailed for murdering his 13-week-old son whose death he tried blaming on a autistic child. Mohammed Miah, 37,...

Muslim youth worker calls for police to apologise over wrongful arrest

The police are investigating how a Muslim youth worker was wrongly arrested and detained on suspicion of terrorist activity while on his way to a...

Scottish government’s Prevent funding to remain secret

The Scottish Information Commissioner has upheld the Scottish government's refusal to name charities and NGOs that it is funding to carry out counter-radicalisation work...

Yorkshire mother-of-three convicted of encouraging terrorism after retweeting ISIS leader speech

A mother-of-three from Yorkshire has been convicted of encouraging terrorism after retweeting a speech by the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi. Mary Kaya, 57,...

Islam Channel’s Mohamed Ali awarded £140K damages after being wrongly labelled a terrorist

The pro-Israel organisation Stand For Peace has been ordered to pay £140,000 in damages to Mohamed Ali Harrath, the founder of Islam Channel, after...

Fredi Kanouté: I’ve never been apologetic about being Muslim

The former West Ham, Tottenham and Sevilla striker Fredi Kanouté has criticised those Muslims who feel they have to prove that they are not...
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UK’s biggest landlord says not renting properties to Asians because curry smells isn’t racist

In this short video produced by The Independent, Britain's biggest landlord Fergus Wilson explains why he refuses to rent out properties to Asians because...

Islamophobic hate crime rises after Westminster attack

There has been an increase in Islamophobic hate crime in the wake of the Westminster attack. The acting Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, Craig Mackey,...

Muslim Aid to appoint new trustees and publish new constitution

Muslim Aid will appoint new trustees, become a charitable incorporated organisation, and put a new constitution in place to resolve issues being investigated by...
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