Tag: JEREMY CORBYN

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Humza Yousaf, the Ulama, & the Challenge of Assimilation

Following Humza Yousaf's appointment as Scotland's First Minister, Abdul Wahid argues that Yousaf's newfound office may be more harmful than helpful.

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Election Result: Sh Haitham’s Message

“Let us act as Islām guides us to act during challenges”

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MoD investigating viral video of British soldiers shooting Jeremy Corbyn picture

The Ministry of Defence has launched an investigation as viral video brings to light issue of right-wing extremism within the army.  A video has surfaced online showing a group of British soldiers, allegedly belonging to the 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment, firing at a poster of Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

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Anti-Semitism in British Politics

Hundreds of prominent British Jews came out supporting Jeremy Corbyn in the face of the recent furore fomented by his opponents. But why was this largely ignored?

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Corbyn haters seem happy to be anti-Semitic to prove he is

To think that an issue as serious as anti-Semitism would be weaponised as is evidenced by the actions of Corbyn's critics and opponents is deplorable to say the least

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Tackling institutional Islamophobia needs to go beyond mere verbosity

It was interesting to note the distinguished speakers stressing the importance of stamping out anti-Muslim hatred in our society at the inauguration of the Islamophobia Awareness Month at the House of Commons earlier this month, organised annually by MEND, despite unsuccessful attempts by vested interests to discourage participation. Among the

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London Inferno: A tale of two cities

Laughing with your friends as you walk back from the night prayer. Looking forward to seeing your wife and then eating the suhūr together. Perhaps letting your mind wander to what you should buy for your children’s Eid presents. Suddenly you see hint of a flame in the distance. Your

The BIG Discussion Webinar: General Election 2017

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The Failed Coup of Britain

In September 2015, Jeremy Corbyn became the leader of the Labour Party with the largest mandate ever won by a party leader in British political history. However, only nine months into his tenure, a long awaited plot orchestrated by a small group of MPs surfaced that attempted to severely undermine

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The Politics of Anti-Semitism

It has been incredible to watch how swiftly the government, the mainstream media and dissidents within the Labour party have exploited comments made by a handful of politicians to try and undermine the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn with allegations that there is a problem of anti-Semitism within the party. It