Muslims must resist calls to expand ‘Prevent’ programme

The government's Prevent programme is a byword for institutional discrimination against Muslims and part of a cynical social engineering exercise, argues the Islamic Human Rights Commission's Faisal Bodi

Manchester attack exposes hypocrisy of UK hate-crime laws

The failure to prosecute hatemongers exploiting Manchester bombing will only fuel resentment among Muslims and accusations of double-standards, argues Faisal Bodi

Yes, another white man is UK’s terror watch dog – but...

When there is no right way to review the wrong laws, diversity in counter-terrorism or policing leadership doesn’t matter

Trump and the decline of American imperialism

The victory of Donald Trump bears some important lessons for decolonial activists around the world. From Sandew Hira

Berkeley course furore highlights extent of Zionist bully tactics

Last week the University of California Berkeley backtracked on a heavily criticised decision to ban a course on Palestine. The embarrassing reversal highlighted the increasing pressure academic institutions are being put under by highly organised Zionist groups, says Faisal Bodi.

Women’s liberation and the French burkini ban

The undressing of Muslim women by French authorities has a long colonial history

Michael Ratner

On the news of the death of Michael Ratner.

Britain’s Muslims through Trevor Phillips’ looking glass

Instead of asking them what they really think this poll asked Muslims to help perpetuate a prejudiced narrative that already exists against them

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