Upcoming Events

Islamophobia Conference 2021 On 11 and 12 December 2021, IHRC’s annual Islamophobia conference will address the questions posed by Muslim participation in civic and political life in the so-called ‘West,’ including countries like the UK, the US, the European Union, Australia and Canada. WHEN: Saturday 11

IHRC urges UK Foreign Secretary to help secure Zakzakys’ release

PRESS RELEASE IHRC has written to the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Minister Dominic Raab urging him to intervene and help secure the release the leader of the country’s Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky and his wife Mallima Zeenah and end their near six-year ordeal.

Buhari urged to release Zakzakys after positive Covid-19 diagnosis

PRESS RELEASE IHRC has written to the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, asking him to release the unlawfully detained leader of the Islamic Movement and his wife in order to protect them from the spread of Covid-19 in the country’s jails. Simultaneously IHRC has also

APPEAL: Help IHRC Trust Save More Lives In Yemen

Watch our video to see the trucks of aid that have already reached Yemen because of your kind donations. But there is still more to do. Please Donate to Yemen. 100% Donations Policy. IHRC Trust operates on a 100% donations policy. There are no administration

Reporting Muslims and Coronavirus. A complaint to the BBC

As Massoud Shadjareh recounted in his video of 7 August (see below), IHRC has written a complaint letter to the BBC regarding their coverage of the coronavirus crisis with regard to Muslims. A copy of the letter can be read under the video. Please take

Safeguarding lives and health takes precedence over congregational prayers

IHRC’s Faisal Bodi says that too many Muslims are putting the importance of maintaining congregational prayer ahead of the need to stop the coronavirus pandemic.  The issue of suspending congregational prayers in response to the Covid-19 outbreak has been an issue of much contentious and emotive

UN urged to pressure Bahrain to repatriate citizens stranded in Iran

PRESS RELEASE – IHRC has written to the United Nations seeking its intervention in assisting to repatriate apporximately 2000 Bahraini citizens who are being prevented from returning to their country from Iran. Reports suggest that approximately 1000 Bahrainis are stuck in Mashhad with another 1000

Letter to UN re repatriation of Bahraini citizens stranded in Iran

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