Tag: IRAQ WAR

Opinion 20 Min Read

What made Hiroshima and Nagasaki possible?

In this piece, Dr. Osman Latiff argues that the dehumanisation of those different to us often causes much of the mass destruction in the world.

Latest Opinion 6 Min Read

Reflections on the invasion and occupation of Iraq

Zimarina Sarwar takes a drive down memory lane, in revisiting the bloody invasion and occupation of Iraq, after 20 years was marked yesterday.

Latest News News Iraq News United Kingdom News United States 9 Min Read

20 years on from the disastrous US-led invasion of Iraq

Exactly 20 years on from the start of the Iraq War, we look at some of the key facts and the true extent of the lasting devastation caused by the US and its allies.

Latest News News Iraq 7 Min Read

CAIR condemns US Navy name choice of “Fallujah” for future ship

The US has clearly not satiated its hunger for bloodshed and suffering in Iraq, as it recently named a new ship USS Fallujah.

Unscripted #1 | Empathy in Conflict, with Dr Uthman Lateef

In the first of this new series of i21c Unscripted podcasts, where Dr Salman Butt talks to various authors about their fields of expertise, we join Dr Uthman Lateef in his home library.

Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics UK 7 Min Read

Shocking conviction of Anis Sardar; 38 years without parole

A British black-cab driver who was sentenced to 38 years for a murder during the Iraq war should never have been prosecuted, according to the lawyer who helped overturn some of Britain’s most notorious miscarriages of justice. The trial of Anis Sardar at Woolwich crown court in May is an example

Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics Special UK 9 Min Read

An Alternative Muslim Guide to the General Elections

While the UK is in the grip of election fever, Britain’s Muslims are facing up to the dizzying quandary of which electoral outcome, if any, can truly benefit the legions of Muslims in the UK. Muslims in Britain constitute 4.8% of the population, making us the second largest faith group in