Tag: TERRORISM

#StopTheBill Khutbah Campaign

Jumuʿah Khutbah template related to the Counter Terrorism Bill [Note; For more detailed information on #StoptheBill visit www.stopthebill.co.uk . The PDF version of this khutbah can be downloaded and printed of by clicking here] Almighty Allāh mentions in the Holy Qur’ān: “Had Allāh not been repelling some people by means

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Prepare O Muslims, for turbulent times ahead

The Prayer of the Persecuted The Children of Israel, living under the evil dictatorial regime of the Pharaoh, continue to be oppressed. The Pharaoh has enslaved them, killed their sons, and humiliated them without any respite. All this, merely because they chose to believe in the One Almighty Allāh, and

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The government’s absurd letter to “The Muslims”

Today those of us who have read Eric Pickles letter to Muslim community leaders and Imāms are reeling in shock as we and our leaders appear to be held collectively responsible for acts of criminality committed by Muslims in France and elsewhere. Mr Pickles says, “Let us assure you that

Life in Britain is about to get MUCH worse…

1984 in 2015: Counter Terrorism & Security Bill A new piece of legislation currently being rushed through Parliament called the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill carries serious implications for communities across the UK. In particular, the Muslim community is brought under particular scrutiny as Part 5 of the Bill seeks to

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How to complain to the BBC

If you would like to complain to the BBC regarding the recent Panorama programme (mentioned in this article), you can do the following: 1) Log onto: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/complaints/forms/?reset=#anchor 2) Use the following details for your complaint: Type of complaint: Television Choose channel: BBC One Programme title: Panorama Transmission date: 12/01/2015 Broadcast type:

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In response to last night’s shocking BBC Panorama

Last night my phone wouldn’t stop buzzing as I received message after message that apparently the BBC  were caught trying to subliminally smear a large segment of British Muslims. “Islam21c is on Panorama!” I already knew, but I was rewinding it again and again, making sure I was actually awake. I saw

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“Extremism” does NOT cause terrorism

Last night in the House of Commons, think tank Claystone released a ground-breaking report written by Professor Arun Kudnani, author of “The Muslims are coming! Islamophobia, Extremism and the Domestic War on Terror”. The launch enjoyed a full house with attendees from all sectors of society including many policy makers.

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#ToddlerTerror: How to Spot a Terrorist Toddler

In a seemingly desperate attempt to flog the dead horse, PREVENT, the Home Secretary Theresa MayCarthy has done something remarkable. Again. Under the proposed new Counter Terrorism and Security (CTS) bill she is trying to get through parliament to get even more powers of arbitrary arrest, detention, passport confiscation and

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David Cameron’s outrageous speech reveals much

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95o-EPjSUus#t=12 On 19 December 2014, the Prime Minister of Britain hosted a reception in Downing Street to mark the Jewish festival of Chanukah 2014. It is one of the most stomach-churning speeches you will ever hear and reminiscent of William Gladstone’s views of Catholicism. Shortly after the end of his

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An Alternative Christmas Message

An Alternative Christmas Message: The ummah's first extradition request Living in the western world, we sometimes fall into the trap of thinking of rights and due process only within the context of an international framework established through key documents such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Often by doing so,