Talking about Palestine for UK Charities and Mosques

We have received many concerned enquiries from registered UK charities, including mosques, since October 7, regarding their position in supporting justice for Palestine.  These concerns include what can be said in khutbahs and programs, whether money can be raised for aid, if public positions can


Attending Protests

Please read through the following to be up-to-date on what powers can and can’t be used against protestors at demonstration in the UK. Information on this page is from Green & Black Cross SOLICITORS SPECIALISING IN HUMAN RIGHTS If you are arrested at a protest,

Context is key: Impropriety but not anti-Semitism

Summary of General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) Fitness to Practise Committee’s (FtPC) determination against registrant Nazim Hussain Ali, 26 October – 5 November 2020 (principal hearing) by Adam Majeed Adam Majeed is a legal journalist based in Hong Kong Context is key. To understand the need

Timeline of Nazim Ali case

Timeline of Nazim Ali case:   18 June 2017 – al-Quds day – Nazim Ali leads the chants.   June 2017 – complaint made to police about comments made by Nazim Ali.   September 2017 – police pass case to CPS to decide whether or not

First they came for Muslim women… The latest EU attacks

IHRC responds to the implications of the Advocate General’s Opinion in Joined Cases C-804/18 – IX v WABE e.V and C-341/19 MH Müller Handels GmbH v MJ. The opinion of the Advocate General of Court of Justice of the European Union on these joined cases