Shaheer Choudhury

As Head of Editorial at Islam21c, Shaheer is a regular contributor who has an unwavering passion and commitment for staying on the pulse in regards to global geopolitical and general current affairs, whilst paying close attention to the changing world conditions of Muslim populations. Prior to joining Islam21c, he developed a number of years' experience in the health and social care sector, and previously worked as a caseworker at HHUGS. He has also volunteered at the Muslim Youth Helpline. Shaheer holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management from Kingston University.
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Egypt’s court of cassation sustains 12 “retaliatory” death sentences for Muslim Brotherhood officials

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Just a few days before the second anniversary of the passing of former Egyptian President Dr Mohamed Morsi (raḥimahu Allāh), yet another act of injustice has been committed.

Netanyahu’s 12-year reign over, killer of “lots of Arabs” succeeds him

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Benjamin Netanyahu, the longest serving leader of the so-called state of 'Israel', has been ousted from office after twelve consecutive years of rule.

Report: Uyghur Muslims living in Chinese “dystopian hellscape”

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A shocking report published by Amnesty International has elaborately outlined the broad scope of atrocities that the Chinese government is committing against its significant minority Muslim population.

British government mired in cronyism over unlawful £560k Covid contract

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A High Court judge has ruled that Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove acted unlawfully last year when the government awarded a contract to Public First, a London-based policy and research company.

London, Ontario: Muslim family murdered in Islamophobic attack

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Sh Haitham al-Haddad gives his condolences to the Muslim community in London, Ontario Canada.

Uyghurs “treated worse than dogs”: Survivors & experts deliver horrific accounts to human rights commission

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“That doctor who removed my womb was begging me by saying, ‘Each doctor has to remove around two thousand wombs a year. That is our job, we have to do that’. Since she was begging me, I decided not to press charges.”

Uyghur Tribunal underway with bone-chilling survivor testimonies

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“The girl came in and shouted, ‘Class has started, class has started,’ shouting and opening the door of each cell. The cells locked with chains were opened. I saw them coming out. When I looked at them as they came out, I noticed that they were older adults with chains on their hands and feet. I burst into tears every time I give a testimony about them.”

Landmark Uyghur Tribunal geared to hear introductory statements today

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In order to follow the day’s events, organisers of the tribunal have set up a live stream, which can be viewed here. In response to atrocities being committed by the Chinese state against several Muslim minority groups, a groundbreaking people’s tribunal will convene today, where the first series of hearings will be heard by a UK-based panel. The tribunal will probe available information regarding the “alleged genocide and crimes against humanity against Uyghur, Kazakh and other Turkic Muslim populations” being perpetrated by the Chinese Community Party (CCP) in East Turkestan, which is referred to as Xinjiang province by the Chinese

Third of British cabinet ministers funded by pro-‘Israel’ groups

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Analysis carried out by the investigative journalism site Declassified UK has revealed that one third of all current UK cabinet ministers are funded by pro-'Israel' groups.

Rohingya rally against dreadful housing conditions on typhoon-prone island

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Around 18,000 Rohingya refugees have already been controversially transported to the island by Bangladesh’s navy since December of 2020. The government plans to eventually rehouse a further 92,000...