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The rise of the far right – deflecting capitalisms failings

Generations of the Muslim community remember vividly the struggles against the far right; the encountering of gangs of bald headed neo-Nazi going ‘Paki-Bashing’ was far too common. As the fear of the rise of the Far Right coming to power […]

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Sir Michael Wilshaw at Park View school

The ‘Trojan Horse’ Plot And Exposing The Cracks of Liberal Secular Values

The article was originally written on the 30th April 2014 subsequently an ofsted report has been leaked that has labelled some schools as inadequate with a


What can Muslims in the West do to help the work for re-establishing the Khilafah?

The Muslim Ummah today is going through unspeakable trials and tribulations. All across the Muslim world there is suffering – from the vicious war in Syria, to the


“They wish that you would conciliate them, then they too would be conciliating.”

With the elections upon us, Muslims are suddenly finding themselves very popular with politicians soliciting their votes. Candidates and supporters have come to the door to ‘listen’ to


Rotten Compromise: Secularising Muslims Through Engagement in the UK Political Process

Albert Einstein is credited with the warning “Beware of rotten compromises.” A warning, Muslims calling for political participation should take seriously. The need for a serious discussion is long


Muslims and the Politics of Fear

“Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.” - Robert Byrne Campaigning is in full flow as Thursday 22nd May hosts not only the local


Carey would do better to condemn Britain’s Forced Conversion of Muslims

The former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey has commented in response to a story from Sudan that a woman faces punishment for apostasy from Islam.


The Colonialist Conflict in Nigeria is Using Boko Haram as a Pretext!

French President Francois Hollande called for a summit next Saturday in Paris. In addition to the French and Nigerian Presidents, the leaders of Chad, Cameroon, Niger


Scandal fueled Parliament a true reflection of immoral Capitalist politcs

The House of Commons is an interesting place. Never does a week go by without a fresh cocktail of scandal, drama and sleaze. A snapshot of the last


Torture of Hizb ut Tahrir Members and Activists by the Government of Bangladesh

Hizb ut Tahrir draws the attention of all human rights organizations based in Bangladesh and internationally, as well as the civil society in Bangladesh to the torture