Wednesday 02 September 2015

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Jewish Community In Stamford Hill

The Claim of the rise of antisemitism in the UK: Stirring one community against another

Ahmad Abu Hayyan Sunday 18th January 2015 was an astonishing day of contradiction and hypocrisy, the British Home Secretary speaking at a service in London to remember those killed in the terror attacks in France this month the UK must […]

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Response to the BBC’s Panorama Programme “The Battle For British Islam”

The tedious and historical Western ambition to reform Islam was exhibited once again on BBC’s Panorama show yesterday evening. It discarded Muslim concerns as being derived from a


List of 20 World Leaders Hypocritical Stance on “Free Speech”

The theatrical politicisation of the Charlie Hebdo protests brought together world leaders who flaunt themselves as defenders of "free speech" and journalism. The euphoria created by the global


Open Letter to Stephen Fry – Must We Mock?

Dear Stephen ‘You MUST mock’, you say. Why? Why must we, any of us, mock? Why must we seek the sole value of purposefully offending another’s belief, way of

Have you apologised yet?

Muhammad Jilani Or better still have you condemned? Never mind what you are condemning, just condemn away because you are Muslim and you are to blame. This


Charlie Hebdo attack & insults on Prophet Muhammad

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Dr Abdul Wahid On The Recent Events In Paris

In the aftermath of the events in Paris, with perpetrators still on the run, the West’s press and politicians have set a narrative across the world - that


PA’s futile UN resolution

On the last day of another despondent year for the Ummah of Palestine, the UN Security Council unsurprisingly rejected a resolution proposed by the so-called ‘authority’ of Palestine


Converts and the Power of Emaan

In the past few months, I have attended more janaza prayers than in any comparable time in my life. A reminder that life is short and death is

The Curse of Christmas loneliness's not my business," Scrooge returned. "It's enough for a man to understand his own business, and not to interfere with other people's. Mine occupies me constantly.” ― Charles