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The Universal Theology of Liberation: Views from Muslim History

Talk and Q&A with Dr. Mohamad Nasrin Nasir and Dr. Daud Abdullah. With a set by performance poet 'Truthseeker' - 22 July 2009, London

The real Uighur story

Reybiya gives her account of what some people call the most violent protest in china since the Tainanmen square.

The Gross Nature of Israel’s Violations

June 2009 in Gaza marked two years since the beginning of a blockade of basic goods and six months since the end of one of Israel's most gruesome military onslaughts.

The Writing Is On the Settlement Walls

A paralyzing equation has long bedeviled would-be Middle East peacemakers.

The fight for survival goes on in Sri Lanka amid reports...

Civilians say Tamil Tigers fired at those who fled. Witnesses saw victims of phosphorus bombs.

The wounds of Gaza

Two Surgeons from the UK, Dr Ghassan Abu Sittah and Dr Swee Ang, managed to get into Gaza during the Israeli invasion.

Alert: UK – Channel 4 broadcast of film ‘The Shooting of...

IHRC invites you to watch 'The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall', “a moving feature-length drama about Tom Hurndall, a 21-year-old photography student fatally wounded by an Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) sniper”.

The rising fear of hunger

Food shortages and climate change in Bangladesh.

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