8/5/2022 In the last decade public opinion in Britain has swung far more pro-Palestinian than ever before, and an outcry for Palestinian human rights has also been seen by many different activists, including by the youth. The existing Palestinian movement has become unable to deal
Rally & March After a break of two years due to Covid-19 restrictions the al-Quds Day Rally in London returned in a passionate and optimistic mood, at a time when peaceful worshippers are being attacked in the al-Aqsa Mosque in Quds/Jerusalem. Despite the break and
IHRC and Bradford Foundation Trust organised an online Q&A to discuss vaccine hesitancy from a medical and Islamic perspective, with Dr Tawfique Chowdhury (Consultant of Emergency Medicine and Chairman of Mercy Mission Worldwide), in October 2021. Vaccine hesitancy is described as “a delay in acceptance,
On 20 May 2021, IHRC hosted a discussion with Dr Ranjeet Brar (vascular surgeon and medic on the MOATS George Galloway weekly show) and Dr Bob Gill (GP and producer of The Great NHS Heist documentary) about how the UK government are using the Coronavirus as
On 21 December 2021, IHRC hosted and author evening with Dr Bilal “Butch” Ware on his book The Walking Qur’an. Purchase The Walking Qur’an from the IHRC Bookshop. WATCH THE FULL EVENT HERE: The event was moderated by Talha Ahsan, the host of the Abbasid
Throughout history colonialism has relied on divide and conquer in order to oppress its victims. In destroying the Aztec Empire, Hernan Cortez relied on their differences with the Tlaxcala, when destroying the Asante Empire, the British has relied on their rivalry with the neighbouring Fante
The launch of the report ‘Saving Grace: Attacks on Migrants and Human Rights Defenders in Italy’ took place online on 29 June 2021. Watch the event below and find links to the report and summary undertake video. Participating in the event were the report’s author
Read about the author evening with Imam Dawud Walid.