Racist escapes terror charge after threat to behead and bomb Muslims

THE Crown Office has been accused of double standards by Scotland's biggest Islamic group for not bringing terrorism charges against a man who threatened to blow up a mosque and behead Muslims.

China executes two Uighurs in East Turkistan in disputed attack

China executed two Uighurs in East Turkistan after a court convicted them over a deadly attack on police in the run-up to the Beijing Olympics.

Israel created terror without mercy in Gaza

An independent fact finding mission conducted by Israeli and Palestinian medical human rights groups unravels Israeli atrocities in Gaza.

Demolition Plan for Kashgar

Chinese authorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang have plans to redevelop traditional Uyghur homes in an historic Silk Road city.

HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL CONCLUDES CONSIDERATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE...

The HRC concludes its consideration of the dire human rights situation in Palestine following an interactive dialogue on the annual report of Richard Falk its special Repporteur.

People’s Mujahiddin of Iran (PMOI) or Mujahiddin-e-Khalq (MEK): An update

A briefing written by Stephen Jones on the exiled Iranian group, Mujahiddin-e-Khalq.

Police officers in abuse case accused of 60 other assaults

Met reveals four were subject of dozens of allegations by black or Asian men.

Who Will Guard the Guardians

A decade after the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, the assault on Babar Ahmad raises questions about racism within the police.

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