We need Courage not Deference when it comes to Muslim representation

In our desire to appease and please, we also erase our own selves, our histories, our stories, scrapping between us instead for recognition from those who will never give it, and who do not deserve our legitimisation. 

Fascism

Narjis Khan's latest musings on the failure to eradicate fascism and its current incarnations.FASCISM Fascism is alive and it has many...

Defining extremism: What does 2019 hold for British Muslims?

Institutionalised Islamophobia has contributed to hate crimes, discrimination and the exclusion of Muslims from political spaces, argues Arzu Merali  Where to...

The day the police were consistent: It really was one rule...

Anna Soubury’s experiences at the hands of the far-right is the lived and normalised experience of the minoritised, says Arzu Merali.Year...

Bodyguard? Islamophobia by any other name smells just as rank

The series represents how it just gets harder by the minute to be a Muslim represented or included in the national conversation

The Banality and Boredom of Anti-Muslim Witch-hunts; or Beware John Ware!

The ideas of Muslim entryism and conspiracy have reached new and alarming proportions


Everyday is Punish a Muslim Day: When will the UK Government...

The letter precedes and incites violence en masse

Archbishop’s views on Muslims and multiculturalism are a throwback to colonialism

“The problem is reimagining Britain through values applied in action can only work where the narrative of the country is coherent and embracing," writes Justin Welby.

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