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Several British Pilgrims killed in Saudi bus crash

Editor 6 Min Read

At least six British citizens have been killed in a minibus crash in Saudi Arabia, the Foreign Office has said. Reports that a seventh person was also killed have not been confirmed.

Obama’s clemency conceals an institutionally discriminatory criminal justice system

Editor 4 Min Read

President Obama's widely celebrated decision to commute the sentence of Iraq war crimes whistleblower Chelsea Manning should not be his last act of clemency whilst in office. US jails continue to house

Supreme Court rules Belhaj can bring case against British Goverment

Editor 3 Min Read

London – The Supreme Court’s ruling allowing Abdul Hakim Belhaj and his wife Fatima Boudchar to bring their case against the British government to court is a step in the right direction

Proposed bill – “slippery slope” to banning Islam in America

Editor 14 Min Read

U.S. lawmakers have introduced a measure calling for the Muslim Brotherhood, one of the oldest Islamist organizations in the Middle East, to be designated a foreign terrorist organization, and for the first

REVEALED: inside story of Labour Party’s anti-Semitism “scandal”

Editor 14 Min Read

Footage captured by Al-Jazeera shows process involved in reporting incidents on anti-Semitism in the Labour party A political activist who was accused of anti-Semitism at the Labour Party conference in September by

Muslim girls must attend Swiss mixed-sex swimming lessons

Editor 2 Min Read

Muslim girls must attend mixed-sex swimming lessons in Switzerland, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled. The ruling from the Strasbourg-based court follows an appeal from Muslim parents, who objected