GMD Memorial Essay, November 2010: “Remembering the transatlantic slave trade” by...

Zimarina explores the historical context of transatlantic African slavery and analyses the motives for its establishment and factors which lead to its official abolition.

Bulgaria’s Muslims: From Communist Assimilation to Tentative Recognition

With the ascendancy of the communist regime in 1946 and its reign until 1990, Bulgaria's various Muslim ethnic groups witnessed harsh repression and forced assimilation campaigns.

European Court of Human Rights judgment on French laws banning the...

Lena Mohamed look s at the June 2014 judgment in the ECHR over the French ban on face veils.

GMD Essay, August 2010: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Hajira Qureshi looks at the impact of the detonation of the first atomic bombs in Japan and the resultant genocide.

Azerbaijan and the Hijab Ban: A new Kemalist nightmare?

A background briefing on human rights violations in Azerbaijan.

Moral Decay and Hollywoodization in the Muslim World

Mohd Azmi Abdul Hamid on the moral degradation of Muslims today

Section 44: Causes of Concern

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

Gateways to Hell: Military Checkpoints in the Occupied West Bank

Yehudit Kirstein-Keshet explains the horror of checkpoints as a tool  toward s  Israel's realisation of maximum territory with a minimum of Palestinians; yet another element in the ongoing system of population transfer that began with the Naqba-Disaster of 1948 and that continues, by various means, up to the present time. (June 2007)

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