Tag: EXTREMISM

Current Affairs Egypt Featured Middle East Palestine UK Videos 14 Min Read

Treachery Without Borders: Drowning Gaza’s Tunnels

At the fall of the Umayyad dynasty in 422AH, the head of each province of Al Andalus (Islamic Spain) declared regional sovereignty, splitting apart what once was a unified, powerful entity. This carved the perfect opportunity for the previously incapable Christian armies to devour Al Andalus piece-meal. Province after province

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How many extremists does it take to change a light bulb?

How many extremists does it take to change a light bulb? If the Home Secretary, Theresa May were asked for the punchline, she would struggle, not because she doesn’t possess a sense of humour, I’ve heard she has a cracking sense of humour, but because she isn’t able to clarify

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CAGE wins landmark legal battle for UK charities

Yesterday the advocacy group CAGE won a landmark legal battle against the Charity Commission. This case has been welcomed by the charity sector to ensure their freedom from interference from the commission based on unlawful, ideological reasons. The Guardian reported that the Charity Commission denied that it acted outside of the law

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CAGE wins landmark legal battle for UK charities

Yesterday the advocacy group CAGE won a landmark legal battle against the Charity Commission. This case has been welcomed by the charity sector to ensure their freedom from interference from the commission based on unlawful, ideological reasons. The Guardian reported that the Charity Commission denied that it acted outside of

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I was wrong; the government’s definition of ‘Extremism’ is genius

Reflections on yet another Counter-Extremism Strategy – Part 1 The government’s new Counter-Extremism Strategy released in a report yesterday has already provoked a barrage of criticism and ridicule. Again. As expected, numerous rational people have been criticising not only its paradoxical and draconian nature, but the increasingly embarrassing lack of

Current Affairs General Islamic Thought Propagation 13 Min Read

British Islam? What next, a King James Quran?

One reason Muslims do not have a well-defined leadership in the UK may be due to the fact that the more credible and popular a scholar becomes, the more he or she seems to be attacked by some servile sections of the government and media. One could be forgiven for

counter terrorism Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics UK Videos 17 Min Read

“Extremism” Disruption Orders: Protecting freedom by removing it

Introduction That those who wish to do you harm lack the competence to carry out their wishes is something that you might pray for. Recently we have noticed an astonishing lack of sophistication among some neoconservative ideologues and politicians, as if a gift from Allāh (subhānahu wa ta’ālā), suggesting that

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Muslims “Quietly condone Terrorism”—a desperate lie

Muslims "Quietly condone Terrorism"—a desperate lie While Muslims around the world have been fasting during the holy month of Ramaḍān, terrorists and politicians have continued in their respective destructive crusades which currently show no sign of abating. Friday saw the deadly destruction of a mosque in Kuwait, the decapitation of

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The need to flee to Allāh in these times

All praise be to Allāh and may His blessings be upon His prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam). Today’s European Muslims are facing unprecedented challenges. In fact, it can be said that we are at a crossroads in terms of our future in Europe.  Islām and Muslims will either continue

Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics Trojan Hoax UK 6 Min Read

Gove’s Trojan Horse Hoax finally exposed by Education Select Committee

We are pleased that the Trojan Horse Hoax has finally been exposed by a welcomed cross-party Education Select Committee report, but has too much damage already been done? Last year the sensationalist spotlight fell on Birmingham. Amidst the barrage of accusations lay an ideological agenda, one which rubber-stamped an existing