The prime minster needs the support of Muslim communities in the struggle against ISIS.
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Should Britain take part in military action against IS? Or are we best of out of it?
Beyond a few airstrikes and supporting an opposition that is engaged in a bloody battle with Assad, it is not clear how IS in Syria can be dealt a decisive blow.
When moderate Muslim groups use takfirism to tackle extremism, this intolerant doctrine is not challenged but reaffirmed.
Islamic State are clearly a threat to the West, argues Edisa Korugic and Robbie Travers, but the question is what do we do about it?
TweetToo many young Muslims are going abroad to fight with ISIS – but we should talk about this without posturing or point-scoring. In June, shortly before ISIS’s take-over of large chunks of northern Iraq, British Muslim commentator and journalist Sharif Nashashibi wrote: “One would be forgiven for thinking there is an exodus of British Muslims […]
It’s time the EU gave more serious consideration as to how best it can use it’s diplomatic, trade and economic muscle to protect Christians.
The Daily Mail’s attempt to start a culture war appears to be unstoppable, even in the face of hard facts.