Nobody should be surprised by the “finding” by William Shawcross in his review of the much discredited Prevent policy that the government is not doing enough to combat so-called Muslim extremism. According to the Guardian which claims to have seen a draft copy of
IHRC hosted an online webinar to discuss Israel’s strategy for occupying Palestine in light of the recent normalisation of ties between the UAE and Israel, on Saturday, 12 September 2020. The full event is available to watch on YouTube and Facebook, with currently 1.3K views
Islamic Human Rights Commission 15 March 2019 PRESS RELEASE The horrific terrorist attacks on innocent worshippers in two New Zealand mosques this morning is the inevitable outcome of the rampant Islamophobia that has been whipped up globally by politicians, far right activists and the media.
The decision of the Home Secretary Sajid Javid to place Lebanese group Hizbullah on the list of proscribed organisations under the Terrorism Act 2000 is nothing to do with terrorism and everything to do with gagging anyone who supports the struggle for Palestinian rights. Javid’s
Theresa May’s promise to crack down on the far right after the Finsbury Park is a diversionary tactic designed to take the heat off the real hate preachers, argues Faisal Bodi
The failure to prosecute hatemongers exploiting Manchester bombing will only fuel resentment among Muslims and accusations of double-standards, argues Faisal Bodi
When there is no right way to review the wrong laws, diversity in counter-terrorism or policing leadership doesn’t matter
Fanned by an equally bigoted media, Muslims have been cast as the archetypal villains in the popular imagination