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4th July – The Birth of a New Empire

Kasim Javed Every year on the 4th July, Americans commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th 1776. Thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, the United States of America and were severed from the […]

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Condemnation of the Criminal Terrorist Operation that Happened Today in Sousse

We condemn in the strongest manner the criminal terrorist operation that happened in Sousse today... What is dangerous in respect to this operation is the extent of the


Attacks Across Three Continents

By Adnan Khan On Friday 26 June 2015 the world witnessed multiple attacks on three different continents, with many deaths in each case. These attacks continue to receive wall-to-wall


China Bans Fasting

According to the South China Morning Post, civil servants, students and teachers in Xinjiang’s Bole county were told to “not engage in fasting, vigils or other religious activities.[1]”


Dismantling Cameron’s claim that Islam is the cause of “Radicalisation”

On the 19th June 2015, in a security conference in Slovakia, David Cameron echoed the words of Tony Blair and Charles Clarke ten years ago when they highlighted


Airbrushing British history – peddling historical myths

British Pride In a recent article David Cameron pledged lessons on the Magna Carta as he seeks to push British values. The Prime Minister wants to celebrate the political


FIFA Crisis A Product Of Capitalist Culture

A corporate giant has, not for the first time, found it’s top administrators guilty of corruption. Following investigations from the FBI, FIFA has been charged with bribery and


Blair and his damning legacy

Ahmed Abu Hayyan “He should put a white coat on with a red cross and let’s start the bloody crusades again.” This was not a Muslim activist or anti-war activist


Rohingya Muslims have no protector

“But if they ask you for help in respect of thedeen, it is your duty to help them” [Al-Anfaal: 72] The desperate sight of Rohingya Muslims is difficult to comprehend.


Cameron’s latest counter-extremism policy attempts to challenge Islam

The government has just announced its plans for another reboot of so-called 'counter-extremism' policies that have failed under previous administrations. We have little doubt that their latest version -