IHRC's latest publication articulates the religious challenge to oppression and injustice in the context of the Palestinian struggle for justice.
IHRC wrote to Gordon Brown expressing “grave concern and disappointment” over Hazel Blears' letter and ultimatum to the MCB calling for the resignation of Daud Abdullah.
IHRC condemns the latest government anti-terror proposals, entitled Contest 2, as a dangerous experiment in social engineering.
IHRC supports Babar Ahmad's decision to sue the Metropolitan Police for the brutal assault he sustained during his arrest in December 2003.
Officers allegedly punched, kicked and choked Mr Ahmad during the course of the assault, bringing him to the point of unconsciousness.
Cageprisoners today welcomes the return of Binyam Mohammed- a British resident unlawfully detained in Guantanamo Bay for the last seven years
Islamic Human Rights Commission is deeply concerned with the recently released statistics regarding stops and searches under s44 of the Terrorism Act 2000. It is clear that there is significant misuse of powers granted to the Police under the Act.