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The Day the Muslim Woman Lost Her Shield

Dear Sisters, what does the 3rd of March 1924 mean to you? Is it just an ordinary date buried in the books of history? To me, it is the date that brings tears to my eyes and burns the heart […]

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Why has Syria become a ‘forbidden’ cause?

The Muslim campaigner Moazzam Begg has been charged with ‘terrorism-related’ offences relating to a trip to Syria. Moazzam was unjustly incarcerated in the US-Gulag at Guantanamo Bay and on


Ukraine: The Arab Spring comes to Europe

As much of the world continues to digest what took place in Ukraine. Matters continue to evolve in the country that has seen more revolutions in the last


Moazzam Begg: A Politically Motivated Detention

This morning Moazzam Begg, the Director of the campaign group CAGE, was detained by counter-terrorism police in connection with visits to Syria, with media using terms such as


The Financial Crisis in America

News agencies reported that the U.S. House of Representatives approved on 11/2/2014 CE to raise the U.S. debt ceiling until 15 March 2015. America witnesses today an unenviable economic


An Open Letter to Richard Littlejohn

[Response to Richard Littlejohn’s Jolly Jihadi Boy's Outing to Legoland Daily Mail 18/02/14] Dear Mr Littlejohn, Peace be upon those who tread the path of guidance. Thomas Jefferson may have


The campaign of extermination of Muslims in CAR

The Muslims are facing another calamity and evil in the Central African Republic (CAR) as militia groups and security forces have joined hands to rid the land of


Muslims from Britain Fight in Syria: UK Politics of Hypocrisy

As British police continue to search the house of Abdul Waheed Majeed in Crawley the jury is already out. The British born Muslim is alleged to have participated


Capitalism, not religion is the root of most wars

Tony Blair, former UK prime minister who deliberately instigated the invasion of Iraq on false claims resulting in over 100,000 deaths, attempted to shift the blame away from


Capitalism: of the rich, by the rich and only for the rich

The release of Oxfam’s report on global inequality: ‘working for the few,’ reveals a number of damming indictments upon capitalism and the developed world. Some of its