Death of the Gulf Cooperation Council?

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says the Gulf Cooperation Council, which is dominated by Saudi Arabia, could soon be reaching its sell-by-date with...

Sending Syrian and Rohingya refugees back to their countries is sending them back to...

The repatriation of Syrian and Rohinga refugees back to their respective homelands is ultimately sending them back for slaughter, writes Tamim Mobayed.

The new Islamophobia definition deals with symptoms not causes

Jahangir Mohammed of the Centre For Muslim Affairs argues that a proposed new definition of Islamophobia which was heavily promoted last week by a...

The rehabilitation of Muhammad Bin Salman

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman went some way to rehabilitating his standing among world leaders at...

The era of easy Israeli wars is over

Journalist and author Ramzy Baroud argues that Israel's recent attack on Gaza has spectacularly backfired and Tel Aviv can't expect to pound the Palestinians...

Why are Muslim organisations getting cosy with Zionists?

5Pillars editor Roshan Muhammed Salih argues that several Muslim organisations have crossed a serious red line by normalising relations with Zionists under the guise of interfaith activities. I...
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Why I refuse to wear the poppy

Journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says the poppy is a symbol of the destruction of Arab countries perpetrated by the British and the French. And...

British Muslims will live with an intolerable burden of uncertainty under new counter-terrorism bil

Academic Tareq Younis from University College London argues that the government's new counter-terrorism bill will further target, alienate and disenfranchise British Muslims. Imagine a small,...

Who is the government funding? Mustafa Field: a Shia case study

Journalist Nargess Moballeghi investigates the work of Mustafa Field, who has implemented several government-funded counter-terrorism initiatives, especially in the Shia community. The government is funding...
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China’s Uyghur re-education centres in Xinjiang will not produce a loyal and obedient population

James McMurray of the University of Sussex says that China's detention of hundreds of thousands of Muslim Uyghurs in "re-education centres" will still not produce...
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