The British government's decision to host Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is an affront to human rights
Counter-terrorism officers intend to inform people at schools, universities, airports, shopping centres, cinemas and farms about terrorism
IHRC's letter to the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office draws attention to the British government's own concerns about the use of the death penalty in Saudi Arabia
Hundreds of foreign nationals are being deported as a matter of policy back to regions where their lives and property are in danger
David Cameron has ordered an investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood with the intention of discovering their links to terrorism.
“The British government’s proposals to curtail freedom of expression and dissent go against the very essence of the British values that the government seeks to promote.”
An interview recorded in 2009 on the UK governments clamp down on extremism. Press TV’s Roshan Muhammed Salih Reports.