Tag: HUMAN RIGHTS

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UK government in vile drive for new Rwanda asylum pact

The government is scrambling to restore order after the Supreme Court deemed its last Rwanda asylum deal illegal.

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Macron unwittingly joins cat and dog fight between US and China

The French president Emmanuel Macron has tried and failed to distance himself and Europe from the Second Cold War involving rival superpowers, China and the US.

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Disabled Muslim wins hearing against Amnesty in Navalny case

Aisha Jung, who was sacked from Amnesty International in May 2022 after 17 years' service, has won a hearing confirming her disability status.

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FOSIS Urge Muslim Students to Lead a Disaffiliation Campaign Against the NUS for Institutional Islamophobia

FOSIS urge Muslims to disaffiliate with the NUS following the Islamophobic and racial discrimination of NUS President Shaima Dallali.

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China’s Concentration Camps: What Can We Do?

“We are witness to the ‘largest industrial scale persecution of a religious minority since the Holocaust’ and we find Muslim leaders, at best, staying silent, and at worst, speaking in support of such persecution!”

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Will Morsi’s Death Awaken our Voices against Injustice?

Lukman Harees questions when the Muslim moral imperative for striving for justice will move from the current reactive stage to a much-needed proactive stage.

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Why the Muslim World is Silent Over China’s Repression of Uyghurs

The silence of Muslim-majority states over China's repression of Uyghurs is not due to ignorance, writes Lukman Harees, but a calculated political and economic decision.

Islam: A Manifesto of Liberation

"No one is truly free unless he devotes himself totally to God, liberating himself from servitude to anyone, anything, or any value." Sayyid Qutb

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Turkish marriage law finally recognises Muslim weddings, infuriating Islamophobes

After a 91-year struggle against contradictory, secularist marriage laws imposed on them, Turkey wins back a small part of its stolen identity, sparking outrage from some...

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Genocide of the Rohingya: Erdogan insists on a firmer strategy

In light of the recent news of the on-going persecution of the Rohingya in Myanmar, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has urged Muslim countries to help stop the cruelty against the Rohingya Muslims by using “every means available". During the opening session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Astana, President Erdoğan