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Leaked Government Documents Expose Xi Jinping’s Role in East Turkestan Genocide
The virtual Uyghur Tribunal hearing concentrated on the so-called Xinjiang Papers, which are also known as “Absolutely No Mercy”.
Last week, our stand for the Uyghur Muslims culminated with a list of our demands to the Chinese embassy. Now, we need you to make this message go viral.
The Uyghur Muslims of East Turkestan are forced between the ‘rock’ of Chinese communist oppression and the ‘hard place’ of being a tool of Western foreign policy, writes Dr Abdul Wahid.
British Government apologises to Dr Salman Butt following defamation case
“It has been a very long battle to clear my name. I thank firstly Allah and secondly the world-class legal experts at Bindman’s and Maxtrix Chambers who represented me out of a sense of duty to uphold justice.”
STAND4UYGHURS Live Discussion
Join Dr Salman Butt, Hamza Tzortzis and Arslan Hidayat as they talk about the upcoming #stand4uyghurs demonstration.
Disgraced illustrator who insulted the Prophet ﷺ killed in car crash
The dishonourable Swedish cartoonist Lars Endel Roger Vilks has returned to his Lord after a fatal crash-turned-inferno that occurred on Sunday.
Sarah Everard: Failed by the System
From the entire female population, it could have been any of us. But it was Sarah Everard, the young woman from London who was tragically murdered by the ruthless maniac PC Wayne Couzens.
The Muslim Girl on the Train
It took an unpleasant encounter with an Islamophobe on the tube to make me realise that my sense of victory over a cowardly man was actually the result of a set of too low expectations.
“The Most Wronged Woman in the World”
It was Yvonne Ridley – the British investigative journalist – who uncovered the truth about Dr Aafia Siddiqui’s whereabouts, calling her “the most wronged woman in the world”.
9/11: From Teen to Deen
As the world marks twenty years since 9/11, I personally mark ten years of being a Muslim. Now I see things under the light of my religion, a religion that I chose despite how much it was being grossly misrepresented across the world.