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Coverage of ongoing current affairs.
Mass protest in London demanding to stop the “impending genocide” against Muslims in India.
Sunday 3rd July 2022: Diaspora groups called for a mass protest in London demanding to stop the impending genocide against Muslims in India.
Idrissa Gueye – European Football Wants Black & Brown Bodies With White Cultural Norms & Beliefs
We want your superior speed, strength and discipline, but you must adopt our beliefs and cultural norms—which we inherited by complete historical accident, by the way.
You have been seeing so many charity appeals… Have you become desensitised? Do you change the channel and forget? Have you become a War Photographer?
Another Ramadan Without Ramadan
This is a month of beer drinking competitions, force-feeding pork, watching dancing imams, getting closer to the Chinese Communist Party and worshipping their “lord and saviour” Xi Jinping for giving them daily sustenance. Arslan Hidayat reminds us what Ramadan is really about for some of your brothers and sisters.
The World Is Witnessing the Mistake Made at the 1936 Berlin Olympics Once Again
86 years ago, the Olympics in Nazi Germany gave legitimacy to the Third Reich, ultimately culminating in the holocaust. Today they are doing the same to China’s genocide of Uyghurs.
National Khutbah Day: Close Guantanamo Bay
As we enter the 20th year since the opening of Guantanamo Bay, CAGE have created a khutbah template for Imams and Khatībs to use when preparing and delivering their Khutbah this week inshāAllāh.
Turkey’s Economic Problems Will Give Conservative Muslims Another PR Challenge
Ustadh Wahid Azizi offers some thoughts with respect to the depreciation of the Turkish lira.
Studies have shown that the Wumao previously posted 488 million social media comments yearly. They have to pay people to post propaganda, yet it costs us nothing to post the truth.
China’s Accomplices of Torture
Every form of torture and interrogation would have followed a chain of command and is ‘probably recorded in writing’.
The People Declare China Guilty of Genocide
“The allegations are of the gravest human rights violations and international crimes,” said Sir Geoffrey Nice, the tribunal’s chair.