Tag: WAR ON TERROR

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Unscripted #2 | “Cage-man” Azad Ali | Behind the Scenes

Have we responded appropriately to the New Zealand attack?

New Zealand Attack: 7 Things Muslims Must Know

"The absence of a strong Muslim voice in the world today is what is causing humanity at large to suffer..." —Sh Haitham al-Haddad

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Op-Ed: Prevent and the CCE are one and the same and both must be boycotted

“We do not believe that communities should be party to their own oppression”

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Why the Muslim World is Silent Over China’s Repression of Uyghurs

The silence of Muslim-majority states over China's repression of Uyghurs is not due to ignorance, writes Lukman Harees, but a calculated political and economic decision.

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Do We Care About Drones Now?

Recent drone sightings over Gatwick Airport plunged it into chaos. Are Britons now ready to care about drones?

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UN expresses “alarm” over China’s detention of Muslims in Xinjiang

Reports that upwards of one million held indefinitely in re-education camps in China “for even non-threatening expressions of Muslim ethno-religious culture like daily greetings”

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Trump: a Blessing in Orange Disguise

Talks from the event "welcoming" Donald Trump to the UK, hosted by Cage and Islam21c, featuring Asim Qureshi, Moazzam Begg, Dr Salman Butt, Dr Uthman Lateef, Sh Shaqur Rehman, Imam Shakeel Begg and Muhammad Rabbani.

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Ten former torture victims call for independent inquiry and apology

Following the recent revelations of UK complicity in illegal rendition and torture, ten former victims of such treatment call on the UK Government for justice

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UK Gov Apologises for role in kidnap & torture after six years of denial

After wasting more than £750,000 of tax-payer money defending itself, the UK Government this week finally admitted their complicity in kidnap and torture, and apologised for their “appalling” treatment