Tag: #CharlieHebdo

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Islam21c: First Quarterly Review of 2015

The last twelve months have been full of monumental events for the Muslim ummah all over the globe. From international events to local action alerts, Islam21c has provided a space for scholars, thinkers, activists and readers to share guidance and take part in crucial conversations for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

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#ParisAttack – Don’t Let The War Profiteers Win

“This is an act of war.” “We are at war with an ideology.” “Islam needs a reformation.” “Send these people and their families into concentration camps on one of the islands off the coast of Scotland.” “We should force feed them pork products.” “This is an attack on all of us.” I have been listening to

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Sh. Haitham: My first response to the Paris incident

Shaikh Haitham al-Haddad: “My initial response to the #CharlieHebdo matter” “Allāh and His angels send blessings on the Prophet: O you who believe! Send your blessings on him, and salute him with all respect.” Alḥāmdulillāh, today is the auspicious day of Jumuʿah (Friday), a day for which we know as

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We are not Charlie

Following the horrific murders of police and journalists in Paris on Wednesday, Muslim communities in Europe are facing the inevitable consequences. Mosques in France have been attacked and Muslims in Europe are feeling further reverberations, evident in criticisms of their supposed contention with freedom of speech, whilst governments continue to

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16 shocking examples of #FreeSpeech double standards

Freedom of Speech in France: For the Powerful, By the Powerful, With the Powerful Let us leave aside what occurs closer to home where allied British and American Troops are repeatedly bombing and killing Al-Jazeera journalists. Let us look past the locking up of Moazzam Begg for exposing British collaboration