Tag Archives: Islam

Trojan horse and the unbearable silliness of the denialists

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Denial and deflection over extremism is a disservice to Muslim communities.

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Qatar – the sugar-daddies of Islamist financing

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The implications for the Muslim world are grave if the liberal/progressive voices lose the battle for the very soul of the faith.

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Yes, anti-Muslim hate crime really did spike last year

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Tell MAMA’s Fiyaz Mughal gives the lowdown on the state of anti-Muslim bigotry in the UK.

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Meet Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the new Caliph of Islam

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So what does a 21st Century Caliphate have in store for us?

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The left must support Birmingham’s liberal Muslims, not the Islamists

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Most British Muslims do not practice the Islam of the so-called trojan horse plot.

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If we really want to help moderate Muslims, we should stop telling them what Islam is

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However well-meaning attempts by non-Muslims to define Islam are, they are ultimately counter-productive.

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The left should support the reformists in Islam, not the reactionaries

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In a Northern European democracy in 2014, we should not be capitulating to the most regressive, reactionary forces in Islam, but rather supporting those reformist voices who speak out.

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Britain’s sharia councils and secular alternatives

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The secular legal system can uphold the rights of minority women forced to conform to patriarchal religious laws, writes Lejla Kuric.

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Atheists are now the terrorists in Saudi Arabia. You couldn’t make it up

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The world’s number one exporter of Wahabi jihadis considers atheists its foremost terrorism concern.

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Who represents Muslims? The answer is a resounding – no one

So who does does speak for Muslims or Islam? The answer is a resounding – no one.

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