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Speaking during a visit to the Ford motor plant in Dagenham, East London, Cameron said: “What we need in Britain is a renegotiation of our relationship with the EU and then a referendum where the British people decide do we […]
America’s occupation of Afghanistan exacts a heavy price for the people of Waziristan as Pakistan’s rulers continue to act as US mercenaries with little thought for much else.
The outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in west Africa that has killed over 10,000 people so far has only become an issue of concern since reports of
The passing of a motion by British MPs, with 274 votes in favour to 12 against has caused a wave of excitement amongst some Muslim and pro-Palestinian supporters.
Less than 8 months away from the general election, political campaigning has begun, this time in a renewed “war on terror” climate. The UK’s terror threat level has
"I want to see new civil powers to target extremists who stay within the law..." British Home Secretary Theresa May addressed the Conservative Party conference proposing powers to ban
Reports have emerged of civilian casualties as a result of US led airstrikes in Syria – and on groups unrelated to ISIS. We utterly condemn the United States
The referendum is over. 55% has voted for Scotland remained as part of the Union with England, Wales and Northern Ireland against 45% who voted for independence. So
A Call to the Fighter Organizations and the Clans in Iraq and Ash-Sham: Stop the Infighting amongst Yourselves Since America Exploits your fighting to Intervene Militarily in your Country
Events in Iraq and Syria have accelerated, and accelerated with it are Obama's remarks on 18/08/2014, and the remarks of his Defense Secretary Hegel and the Chief of
These FAQs were originally designed to be given to Imams and community leaders to help them adequately respond to the intensive media focus on the Muslim/Pakistani community during