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Saudi Arabia's Political Prisoners: Towards a Third Decade of Silence

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Saudi ReportIHRC’s latest briefing deals with the little known plight of political prisoners in Saudi Arabia.

Emergency Briefing on the Human Rights Situation in Bahrain

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shabbirhtz, flickr.comA new IHRC briefing on Bahrain high lighting suppression of human rights by the Bahrain ruling family.

Home Office Extradition Review

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HomeOffice_Logo_oncanvasExtradition Review Submitted by the IHRC to the UK Home Office on the 30th December 2010.

Spain: Islamophobia on the Rise

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mezquitadegrenadasircam3Muslims in Spain are witnessing a growing trend of Islamophobia in the country. As the hostility and restrictions against expressions of Islamic symbols and practises grows in Spanish society so does the alienation of  Muslims in Spain. In this briefing, Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) aims to highlight some of the many issues of religious discrimination being faced by Muslims in Spain in order to create public awareness about the human rights abuses they face.

Perils of the Israel model

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2006: Critiquing India’s ‘do or die’ attitude towards ‘terrorism’, Praful Bidwai analyses New Delhi’s obsession with the Israeli model and its moral and practical implications.


GMD Memorial Essay, December 2010: “The Nanjing Massacre: December 1937” by Oussama Mezoui

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In this essay you will read about the indiscriminate killing and the rape of many  innocent civilians and prisoners of war during the Second Sino-Japanese War in December 1937.

GMD Memorial Essay, November 2010: “Remembering the transatlantic slave trade” by Zimarina Sarwar

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Zimarina explores the historical context of transatlantic African slavery and analyses the motives for its establishment and factors which lead to its official abolition.

GMD Memorial Essay, October 2010: Hebron Massacre by Meherun Nessa Khanom

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The Hebron Massacre took place on 25, February 1994, during fajr (dawn) prayer in the holy month of Ramadan.

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