Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights

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,


ALERT: UK – Teaching about Palestine at School, Your Rights

Ideas from educators on how to teach about Palestine across various subjects.   Summary Raza Kazim, in the seminar ‘Children’s Rights to Express Solidarity with Palestine’ explains briefly how teachers can discuss the issue of Palestine, even at the time of conflict.   Requested Action


IHRC issues safety advice after attack on London worshippers

IHRC has issued safety advice to the Muslim community after two Muslim worshippers were injured when a group of thugs carrying bottles and hockey sticks launched a “racially aggravated” assault outisde a mosque earlier this week. The group attacked people going into Sri Lankan Muslim

Al Quds Day 2022 Guide

Al Quds Committee issue the following guidance for Al Quds Day 2022:   The march will start outside the Home Office. If you are using public transport: Please arrive using Westminster station (Jubilee line, Circle line, District line). Walk through Parliament Square onto Abingdon Street.

Security Advice for Al Quds Day 2022

Al Quds march is back after a two-year hiatus due to covid. While it will be fantastic to see you all on Sunday 24 April, We are less enthusiastic about seeing the Zionists and far-right coalition that turn up every year. In previous years we

Al Quds Guidance

IHRC is issuing this guidance to protestors attending this year’s anti-apartheid Al-Quds Day demonstration in London this month after pro-Israeli Jewish groups started their campaign of inciting hatred by describing the event as a “virus”. In the article published last week The Jewish News called