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When UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced twenty million pounds funding to teach Muslim women to speak English, he argued it would help fight ‘radicalisation’, make them less isolated and move towards a truly ‘One Nation’ Britain. The proposals were […]
After the brutal killings that took place in France, the British government has stepped up its efforts for more military action in Syria and its crackdown
Britain bombing Syria will neither help the suffering of ordinary Syrians nor the national security of the UK, writes Dr Abdul Wahid. Prime Minister David Cameron has laid out
By Ahmad Abu Hayyan This sacred month holds a solemn place in the pages of Islamic history. The 10th of Muharram reminds the Muslim Ummah of the tragedy and
By Wasif Abu Yusuf You would think that discovering water supplies and alien life to potentially aid humanity is a noble cause in itself. It’s difficult to buy this argument.
By Ahmad Abu Hayyan On Wednesday 7th October 2015, David Cameron made his keynote speech to the Conservative Party Conference. It seems over the years there is no tory party
By Wasif Abu Yusuf What’s happened at NASA? Last week NASA sent out a cryptic press release about solving a "major" mystery on Mars. Beyond that the space agency provided
By Ahmad Abu Hayyan On Saturday 3rd October 2015, a US airstrike killed up to 20 aid workers and patients in a Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Kunduz- Afghanistan.
By Ahmad Abu Hayyan In an era where the United States of America presents its way of life to the world as an example to follow, its own society
"For every nation is a specified term. So when their time has come, they will not remain behind an hour, nor will they precede it." (Quran TMQ 7:34) On