Muhammad Mussa

Muhammad is a regular news contributor at Islam21c. He has covered stories of international concern, politics, religion, and other areas relevant to Muslims, since 2018. Muhammad holds a bachelor's degree in Politics and International Relations from Kingston University, in addition to a Masters in Politics of the Middle East from the School of Oriental and African Studies.
138 Articles

Egyptian organisation calls for investigation into death of President Mohamed Morsi

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Egyptian Revolutionary Council calls out the hypocrisy of the West in supporting the military regime of el-Sisi, whilst remaining silent over mass atrocities committed by the regime.

Sudanese officers arrested for refusing to enact violence on protestors

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A dozen Sudanese officers from the military and police have been arrested for refusing to use violence against protestors in Khartoum.

MPs defeat no-deal Brexit ‘safety valve’

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The motion would have given MPs control over the Brexit agenda and restricted any future leader from leaving the EU without a deal.

MI5 “unlawful” in use of personal data, says watchdog

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UK’s security service handled large amounts of personal data in what has been called “undoubtedly unlawful” by watchdog.

June will be the end of May… InshaAllah

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The Prime Minister’s premiership was characterised by turmoil, chaos, and failure to build a national consensus for an increasingly divided nation.

What are the European parliamentary elections and what do they mean?

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The UK was expected to have left the EU prior to the elections but are now partaking in them. What does this mean for its citizens and specifically, the Muslims who live there?

Police reverse decision to treat Islamophobic vandalism as ‘hate crime’ in Essex

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Police have launched investigations after Islamophobic messages were written on the walls of Elgin Mosque in Scotland and Islamophobic posters were put up in a town in Essex.

The real reason the Conservatives reject the APPG Islamophobia definition

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Those that have been trying to ban Muslim speakers for years are no friends of “free speech”.

20,000 pledge to boycott Airbnb in protest over listings in occupied West Bank

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The boycott is part of a global campaign protesting the company’s decision to re-list properties, coinciding with the Nakba Day.

Syrian regime crushed opposition and dissent through routine torture

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The regime of Bashar al-Assad has been able to crush opposition through the use of routine torture and oppression in secret prison facilities, according to a report.