Don’t Shoot the Messenger: Yvonne Ridley’s impassioned defence of the Prophet

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The Rise of the Prophet Muhammad: Don't Shoot the Messenger by Yvonne Ridley is an impassioned defence of the Prophet Muhammad (saw), responding directly...

Framing Britney Spears: Faith values are the answer to western anti-female bigotry

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After watching the controversial "Framing Britney Spears" documentary, blogger Najm Al-Din argues that only faith-based values can counter the bigotry women are subjected to in western...

Victoria and Abdul: British colonial propaganda disguised as a love story

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From a purely cinematic perspective Victoria and Abdul, which is based on the true story of the relationship between Queen Victoria and her Indian...

Sara Khan’s The Battle for British Islam: A 250 page Prevent press release

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Roshan Muhammed Salih is 5Pillars editor. You can follow him on Twitter @RMSalih.   Sara Khan’s new book The Battle for British Islam is basically a...

ITV’s documentary on “charities behaving badly” was a political ploy

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ITV's documentary on "charities behaving badly" was political propaganda pushing for the Charity Commission to gain more powers, cleverly targeted towards Muslim charities, writes...

The Truth About Muslim Marriage: A fuss over nothing

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Roshan Muhammed Salih argues that Tuesday night's Channel 4 documentary, "The Truth About Muslim Marriage", was another mainstream media attack on an aspect of...

British Muslim TV should rename itself “Penny Appeal TV”

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It's only been broadcasting for a month and half but British Muslim TV already has a considerable achievement to its name - it makes...

Lyse Doucet’s shameful BBC film is an abuse of Gaza’s suffering children

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John Hilley writes that last night's BBC documentary Children of the Gaza War is a truly disgraceful piece of distortion by journalist Lyse Doucet. The...

Book Review: Mike Tyson’s Undisputed Truth

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Mike Tyson's brutally honest autobiography - Undisputed Truth - is one of the best sporting biographies that you will probably ever read, writes Roshan...

Rageh Omaar’s The Ottomans: Fairly positive with some tired stereotypes

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