Kids Company failures highlight misplaced priorities of charities regulator

Questioning the effectiveness of the Charity Commission and the culture in which it operates

The politics of extremism

David Cameron's latest anti-terrorism strategy illustrates how government policy continues to be driven by an extreme right-wing ideology, argues Faisal Bodi.

Foreign rule could be just the ticket for Britain’s minorities

The possibility of a hung parliament in which Labour and the SNP can cobble together an alliance may fill Little Englanders with dread but for Muslims and other ethnic minorities it may be the best deal on the table

Riyadh’s Yemen adventure exposes wider neo-colonial agenda

Saudi motives for the military campaign against Yemen have little to do with restoring the 'legitimate government'

For Palestine: The Cost of Standing for Justice

When Moeen Ali took to the field earlier this week wearing wrist bands displaying the messages “Free Palestine” and “Save Gaza” he was probably right in calculating that his small protest against Israel’s ongoing oppression of the Palestinians would pass unpunished by cricketing authorities.

French protest ban supports Zionist aims

Police imposed the ban last week after thousands of protestors marched in show of solidarity with Gaza 

Marine A deserves life, not clemency

Shows of sympathy for a British Marine who murdered an Afghan insurgent highlight the savage nature of the War on Terror as well as a morally dangerous jingoism, according to Faisal Bodi

End of the Egyptian Revolution

Last week the ousted president of Egypt. Mohammed Morsi appeared before a military court in his first public appearance since being removed from power last July. The astonishing fall from power Egypt’s first ever civilian ruler marks the end of the Egyptian revolution – for now at least – and the reassertion of military dominance, according toFaisal Bodi

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