I am Mohammed Saleem: A campaign for the victims of Islamophobia

Maz Saleem, whose father Mohammed Saleem was killed by a Neo Nazi terrorist eight years ago, is launching a campaign throughout April to highlight...

Insulting the Prophet: An age old Western disease

Blogger Hasnet Lais says that Europeans have unjustly and grotesquely insulted the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) for over 1,000 years, and especially at times when...

No civilised society accepts unbridled freedom of speech

In the light of the Batley school controversy, educator Yusuf Patel says the unbridled "right to ridicule" is practised only against Muslims and if it...

Nigeria’s anti-Muslim discrimination has its roots in British colonialism

Writer and author Suleiman Ahmed asks why Nigeria continues to institutionally discriminate against Muslims despite the fact that Muslims make up half the population...

William Shawcross must be removed as reviewer of Prevent

The chairman of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, Massoud Shadjareh, says that civil society must ensure that William Shawcross is removed as the so-called...

Racism is in the Royal Family’s DNA

Blogger Hasnet Lais argues that racism has been in the British Royal Family's DNA throughout its history. Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey has rattled the gilded...

Democracy has turned into mob rule

Jahangir Mohammed, director of the Ayaan Institute, argues that democracy is in crisis all over the world and has descended into demagoguery and mob rule. It seems a...

The ‘epidemic’ that is Prevent must be abolished

Dr Layla Aitlhadj, the Director of Prevent Watch, argues that attempts to repackage or reform the Prevent counter-extremism strategy are doomed to failure.   Earlier this month,...

Masjid Al-Aqsa: Its history, its significance and the urgent need for protection

On the occasion of Aqsa Week, we take a look at the history of Masjid Al-Aqsa and reveal the threats Palestinians say are facing...

Rewriting the legacy of Malcolm X: Should we trust his two most famous biographies?

Malcolm X was assassinated on February 21, 1965. But Tamim Mobayed argues that the discerning reader should beware of attempts to hijack his legacy, especially...
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