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Dr Abdul Wahid – How free is free speech ? – London School Of Economics (LSE)

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Cameron’s latest counter-extremism policy attempts to challenge Islam

The government has just announced its plans for another reboot of so-called 'counter-extremism' policies that have failed under previous administrations. We have little doubt that their latest version -


Protesters support people in Uzbekistan on 10th anniversary of Karimov’s ‎Andijan Massacre

On the tenth anniversary of the government ordered massacre in the city of Andijan, protesters from across the UK gathered outside the Uzbekistan embassy in London to voice


Dr Abdul Wahid : Developing an independent Muslim Community

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Andijan Massacre: Uzbek Embassy Picket, 11am 9th May 2015

Karimov, the tyrant of Uzbekistan, continues to declare war against Allah (swt), His Messenger (saw) and the Da’wah Carriers to the Deen of Allah (swt), as he resorted


Dr Abdul Wahid : Unravelling ‘Counter-Extremism’ at the LSE

This week the Law Faculty of the London School of Economics invited me to speak at a panel discussion looking at the question ‘How Free is Speech?’ -

The Step Up To Serve launch at Buckingham Palace with HRH Prince Charles and Party leaders David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband.
They joined 50 young people at Buckingham Palace on November 21 to launch a national pledge, #iwill, through a new collaborative campaign called Step Up to Serve.

Mainstream Parties: United Against Islam

Wasif Abu Yusuf Introduction “Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.” – Robert Byrne In the run up to the 2010 elections, political discourse in the Muslim


Dr Abdul Wahid to address LSE Law Public Event ‘How Free is Free Speech?’

As a result of recent legislation, public authorities everywhere are now required to be on guard against the dangers of 'extremism' and to report 'extremists' to the authorities


Hizb ut-Tahrir responds to Police claim that a father is a “risk” after sharing Hizb ut-Tahrir’s article

A Muslim father from Derby who made an application to adopt a child has been flagged up by Derbyshire Police as a possible “risk” to children because he

Cameron, Miliband, Farage and Clegg

The Futility of British Elections

Kasim Javed With the British Parliamentary election on 7th May 2015, Muslims are once again discussing whether they should vote and, if so, who for. Some who claim we