Tag: PREVENT

Judgement Released: Judicial Review into Prevent

We welcome the release of the judicial review judgement after waiting for almost eight months. Although we seek to appeal parts of it, we are please to say that there are some very positive outcomes for the community, alhamdulillāh...

Preventing Terrorism Requires Radical Change

Dilly Hussain offers a radical plan for reducing the "Islamist terror threat" to the West. But is it too big a cost for the ruling classes?

May is playing a dangerous game exploiting Finsbury Park attack

If we are not very careful right now, then our horror, anger and frustration provoked by the rising and increasingly violent tide of Islamophobia will be misused against us.

Indian Revolt 1857: the role of the Ulama 160 years on

Z A Rahman ponders over the difference: the revolt led by the Ulama of India in May 1857 & the Ulama of CVE in 2017...

Is “Radicalisation” Real? | Islam21c Big Discussion

The Muslim community has been diagnosed with the problem of “radicalisation” by those outside of it, with David Cameron calling it “the greatest struggle of our generation.” But is it real?

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Is Radicalisation Real? – Big Discussion Panel – Coming Soon

- Click here to view this BIG Discussion - The Muslim community has been diagnosed with the problem of “radicalisation” by those outside of it, with David Cameron calling it “the greatest struggle of our generation.” But is it real? This panel will explore and critique the unstated presumptions of the

Westminster attack was “revenge against western military action” police reveal

Security services have revealed that the Westminster attacker’s motive was “revenge against western military action against Muslim countries in the Middle East.”

The Times’ failed attack against Mend is good news

Every now and then, a servile Islamophobic journalist whips up a hatchet job so embarrassing that even their newspapers seek to bury it in the middle somewhere or behind a subscription-only paywall so it is only read by their faithful. This is what happened after quite a fruitless 3-month “investigation”

Battered Woman Syndrome and the Muslim Conscious

Battered Woman Syndrome describes particular behaviour which manifests after relentless abuse.  The abused begin to believe that they deserve the beating due to not living up to expectations.  There is an inability to place responsibility elsewhere. These symptoms seem to be prevalent in parts of the Muslim community. Muslim communities

Innocent until proven Muslim?

'Innocent until proven guilty', is the principle known as the presumption of innocence.  It is the principle that assumes innocence putting the burden of proof on the accuser.  This principle applies in most countries now, thankfully, including the UK, and was enshrined as a basic human right under article 11 of the