The Long View on Palestine

This is a quick reminder that the latest issue of The Long View, ‘Through the Looking Glass: Searching for Justice’ is available to read online.   Two of the essays focus on Palestine and how critical thinking and praxis can help liberate both Palestinians and

ILWIIR: Imam Achmad Cassiem

IHRC’s advisor and dear friend, Imam Achmad Cassiem has returned to his Creator in the early hours of 14 July, 2023.  We pray that the Almighty grants him the best station in nearness, and grants his family sabr. Imam Cassiem’s loss is immeasurable.  We will be

Census findings are a mixed bag for Muslims

By Faisal Bodi It’s been pleasantly amusing over the last few days to see the poster boys of British bigotry crawl out of the sewer to rage at the disappearing white utopia of their warped imagination presented by the religion and ethnicity findings of the

Dr. Azeezat Johnson –  In memoriam

It was with great sadness that IHRC heard the new on 7 March this year, that Dr. Azeezat Johnson had passed away.  Dr. Johnson was one of the most inspiring of a new generation of critical thinkers, bringing a rigorous academic critique to her field

Ian Law: Another friend lost

Arzu Merali & Katy Sian remember the academic whose commitment to equity and justice over many decades is as exemplary as he was humble.   Arzu: It’s difficult to remember when exactly I met Ian, or when and how he started collaborating with or asking