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.
As Brexit, antisemitism and knife crime dominate the headlines, Islamophobia in the UK is one issue that goes relatively unnoticed
Boris’ blunders may have faded away from the news cycle, but if we do not push daily for our rights and interests, Boris is just the beginning…
“The will of the people has changed and will continue to change as the realities of Brexit are discovered.”
“The Tories have ignored countless calls for an inquiry into Islamophobia in their party from their own members…Clearly there’s a problem, and if Brandon Lewis’s respect meant anything, Michael Fabricant would be suspended”.
“It is obligatory upon every Muslim who has basic understanding of the deen to respond to this consultation.” – Sh Haitham al-Haddad
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.”
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
Dal Babu and Mike Howes are trying to sugar-coat the toxic Prevent pill, bogusly claiming MCB support. It’s not going down very well…
Jahangir Mohammed says that the recent report by the Citizens UK Commission on Islam, Participation & Public Life is yet another report about “the Muslims” which follows a familiar theme: “Muslims as a problem”…