Prevent is a Trojan Horse by Michael Gove & Peter Clarke’s own standards, and its practitioners are not happy…
In this episode, Umer and Salman talk about the Tory leadership race, the Myriad Foundation turning down Theresa May’s invite for an “Eid Party”, and a unique event raising awareness about autism in mosques.
They have more in common than you might think
ʿAbd Allāh Thomson dispels common myths about Muslims and so-called “integration”.
Peter Oborne: “But I am afraid her party is guilty of the same crime, only against Muslims rather than against Jews. That May herself is willing to walk side by side with Bob Blackman sends out a distressing message about the values of Theresa May’s Conservative Party.”
My six-year-old sister asked me “What are you doing tomorrow?” I replied, “What I always do.” “So, you are going to go outside?” “Yes… why?”
NOT IN OUR NAME
If you are anything like me then you will have been a bit sceptical of the scale—and ostentatiousness—of some of the outrage following the Cambridge Analytica scandal this week
Was the commission’s controversial obsession with Muslim charities a factor that led to overlooking concerns with Oxfam?
Spielman’s recent “sustained, unsubstantiated and bigoted attack on the Muslim community” is yet another step too far, writes senior school leader