The focus of the British government and security apparatus continues to fall on Muslims. John Holmwood argues that the state’s flagship policy ‘Prevent’, and the narrative of ‘British values’ has imbued policies and laws, particularly in education, that discriminate against all minority faiths and undermine
Volume 4 – Issue 4
Is the Sun Setting on the Western Empire? Exploring Shifts in Global Power and Islamophobic Thinking
Looking at the current world-wide turmoil, and the rise of the multi-polar world, Saeed Khan sets out the questions and conversations that will inform this year’s IHRC Islamophobia Conference. Geographically, the sun sets in the West. But has the time now come that the sun
Zviad Jughashvili poses some critical questions regarding hijra in the current era. Today most pressure points against Islam and challenges to Muslims are practical. Fortunately, Islamic scholarship of the past three decades produced phenomenal philosophical and intellectual responses to modernist and post-modernist attacks on Islam.
Connecting the colonial past to the Hindutva present, Muhammed Nihad P V delves into both the current crises facing Muslims in India, as well as their reliance on Allah and ultimate justice in their struggle. The Politics of Spectacles Grand performances to proclaim the possession