Tag: ISIS

Current Affairs Europe Middle East Politics UK 21 Min Read

Tony Blair declaring war on Islam

Despite the fact that Tony Blair has lost credibility amongst the masses, his Tony Blair Faith Foundation has operations in 30 Middle Eastern and African countries where it exports his thinking and has recently discussed domestic policies which strike a disturbing semblance with existing strategies in place.  As such I

Current Affairs Europe Middle East Politics UK 12 Min Read

Tony Blair: The neocon threat to the world

  Click here to read Part 1: The “Original Neocon” Part 2: Concealing the Machiavellian “Force and Fraud” Deflecting Foreign Policy For Blair, the elephant in the room, Western foreign policy, has little to do with the violence in Iraq. The previously peacefully coexisting Sunnis and Shia are now, post-Iraq

Awkward questions surrounding the ‘war on ISIS’

All praise be to Allāh and peace and blessings be upon His prophet, Muḥammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam). The position of mainstream Muslim scholars and intellectuals is under the spotlight and subject to scrutiny now more than ever in the wake of the anti-Islamic and heretic actions of ISIS.

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Refuting Tony Blair’s blueprint for World War III

Click here to read Part 2: Concealing the Machiavellian “Force and Fraud” Part 1: The “Original Neocon” The public refutations and exposés of neoconservatism during the 2003 Iraq war rightfully condemned the idea and its proponents surrounding George W. Bush, like Paul Wolfowitz, to the point that it became even

Returning Jihadis aren’t so bad, I used to be one

Returning Jihādis from Syria now potentially face a new charge alongside being accused of terrorism: Treason! Let us leave aside how such an approach plays right into the hands of the ISIS narrative; such blanket treatment of suspects is…well it is just not British! Add to that the outrageous suggestions

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Embarrassing truth of Tuesday’s “terror” arrests

  On Tuesday 7th October, five young men, one of whom was named as 21 year old medical student Tarik Hassane, were arrested in police raids on their homes, on “suspicion of forming a terror cell in London”. Without verifying the information, a number of news outlets reported that these

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Is it a Crime to Care?

Criminalising care and controlling the masses by fear? A review on CAGE’s 2014’s annual lecture, “Is it a Crime to Care?”
 Powerful words written by Sa’adi Shirazi emboss the gates of the United Nations building entrance: “If you've no sympathy for human pain,
 The name of human you cannot retain!”

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Protests on streets against ISIS? How absurd!

  Following the recent attacks on Gaza, Muslims rightly took to the streets with protests and campaigns. This led to accusations on social media from the far right and Zionists, as what could only be described as a diversionary tactic, that Muslims only complained about Gaza and suggested Muslims protest

Thank you, O`Bomber

America and her allies have succeeded.    They’ve finally found a reason to show their true might, Wiping out ‘extremists’ from the skies at night.    With her coalition of Kings ridding the country of this terror threat. All of a sudden the whole country has to pay the so

What do we learn from the latest ISIS speech?

ISIS spokesman Abu Muhammad Adnani released a statement yesterday that Muslims around the world should thank him for because he made things crystal clear for anyone with eyes to see. Before we begin, it has to be made clear that Adnani is ISIS leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi’s spokesman and cannot be considered