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Muslims and grooming – Taji Mustafa responds

Are Muslims collectively responsible for recent child sex grooming cases in UK? What about the wider society?

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Addressing the false characterisation of the conflict in Syria

In the battle for hearts and minds it is easy for the unscrupulous to make unsubstantiated allegations Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Boris Johnson described the Syrian rebels as


PRISM: State surveillance of dissenting communities

That such a programme exists is not surprising; just ask the Muslims "I had an authority to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant to a federal judge or


Blair follows in the footsteps of EDL in condemning Islam

Blair is in like-minded company with the EDL in using the cheap tactic of playing good Muslim v bad Muslim Self-proclaimed sage in the fight against political Islam, Tony


Conveyor belts of hate are rooted in Government policy not mosques or madrasas

The only thing more predictable than the British government’s age old colonial policies in the Muslim world, is their “conveyor belt of hate” theory about terrorism. Rolled out


The Politics of Condemnation – Blaming Muslims deflect from others

In the immediate aftermath of the killing in Woolwich on 22nd May 2013, the word ‘condemn’ was heard many times. Muslim organisations, Imams, speakers and others condemned the act


Response to Woolwich incident – Taji Mustafa

Taji Mustafa (Hizb ut-Tahrir) outlines a way forward for the Muslim community following the Woolwich


Interview: UK grooming cases

Shohana Khan tackles these questions and explains how we should view these cases in a wider


Woolwich killing: Taji Mustafa and others debate Muslim response

Following the killing of a British soldier in Woolwich (London) and a renewed focus on the Muslim community, Taji Mustafa (Hizb ut-Tahrir), Dr Waafiq Moustafa and Reverend Alan


An Advice from Hizb ut-Tahrir to the Muslim Community after the Woolwich Killing

We have been here before. Yet, listening to the reactions, it would seem, on first impressions, that few people have learned anything constructive and that many will use