Claims of British collusion in torture spread to Egypt

Briton claims UK colluded in his torture in Egypt. Detainee says he was hooded and beaten over five days.

UN pleads with Sudan over aid ban

The UN secretary general has urged Sudan to rethink its decision to expel aid groups from its Darfur region.

The wounds of Gaza

Two Surgeons from the UK, Dr Ghassan Abu Sittah and Dr Swee Ang, managed to get into Gaza during the Israeli invasion.

Brixton, Berkeley and Other Roads to Radicalisation

From Cultures of Resistance, Volume 1, Issue 1

Democracy in action

David rose uncovers the reality of the situation on the ground in the Palestinian territories, following the Hamas's victory over Fatah in the 2006 Palestinian election.

Nightmares – How Gaza offends us all

Jennifer Loewenstein brilliantly illustrates the horrors of living under fire and portrays the Palestinians of Gaza as a people abandoned by the world to the murderous Israeli occupation, but whose will to resist strengthens with each atrocity committed against them.

Aliens in Their Own Country

Polarisation in social opinions about Muslims are driving isolation, argues IHRC's Massoud Shadjareh.

British Muslims: Media Islamophobic and Racist

A comprehensive review of IHRC’s Report entitled “British Media and Muslim Representation” by Halima Columbo.

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