Home Office Extradition Review

Extradition Review Submitted by the IHRC to the UK Home Office on the 30th December 2010.

The 7/7 Backlash: How and Why You Must Report Hate Crimes

Interview with IHRC's Fahad Ansari and Beena Faridi.

Eurocentrism and Islamophobia

Saied Reza Ameli charts the history and origins of Islamophobia and its prevalence in academia.

GMD Memorial Essay, May 2010: Warsaw Ghetto by Adam Majeed

When evil doing comes like falling rain, nobody calls out 'stop!’ When crimes begin to pile up they become invisible. When sufferings become unendurable, the cries are no longer heard. The cries, too, fall like rain in summer.[1]
 

Donald Trump’s “peace plan” for Palestine is no aberration

Whilst world-wide criticism of the ‘ultimate deal’ announced by Trump has abounded, Asa Winstanley argues that rather than the exception, this so-called...

Uzbekistan – Torture, the Language of Repression

IHRC is deeply concerned at the severity of the political repression in Uzbekistan.

Section 44: Causes of Concern

Submission by the Islamic Human Rights Commission to the Home Office in response to the consultation document 'Section 44'.

Post-Saddam Iraq – The Pentagon’s Far-Right Poised to Take Over and...

Updated version of briefing issued on 4th April 2003.

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