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A double decker bus burns as riot police

London riots uncover the cracks in broken Britain…

The deliberate focus of community cohesion policies on Muslims has deflected from the underlying breakdown in society It is a worrying time for Londoners, who have seen a riot in Tottenham escalate to widespread unrest across the city and beyond […]

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VIDEO: TV debate on Syria unrest with Osman Backhach (Hizb ut Tahrir) and others

Syrian govt supporter: “There is no revolution in Syria. These are


Mubarak’s show trial is a smokescreen to placate the desire of Muslim for real change

The spectacle of Mubarak in a cage, while statisfying, should not distract the call for real change   Seeing the pictures of Mubarak behind a cage


The US debt-ceiling debate exposes America’s ‘Sick Man’ status

Printing dollars to repay dollar-debt is unsustainable The term ‘sick man’ was coined to describe the declining situation of the Ottomans by Tsar Nicholas I of Russia in


Crisis in Somalia

The Horn of Africa is reportedly experiencing its worst drought for decades. Earlier this month, Antonio Guterres, the head of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR),


UK Media and the Norway massacres: Why they targeted Islam

Europe has been rocked by a horrific massacre in Norway where over 90 people were slaughtered in two attacks. Many people will question what it is that motivated


Phone Hacking Scandal Exposes the Corruption of Democracy

What Muslims can offer this society

Britain is in crisis – the third major crisis of confidence in its formerly trusted institutions since 2008. The News


What about NOTW’s anti-Islam bias and its inciting of Muslim hatred?

Despite the demise of NOTW Muslims and Islam are unlikely to get a fair hearing in the British press. Muslims have a special interest


Pakistan’s traitor rulers kidnap Imran Yousafzai, deputy spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir

By abducting the shebaab of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Pakistan’s traitor rulers only bring the establishment of the Khilafah even closer Today, 12 July 2011, in the morning, Pakistan’s traitor rulers


NOTW exposes liberal democracy as being rotten to the core

After the financial crisis exposed flaws in capitalism and the MPs expenses scandal the inherent corruption in the democratic system; the crisis in the media underlines