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Qatar – the sugar-daddies of Islamist financing

Qatar ncrj

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

Mosquej

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

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The UN must act to save religious freedom

Miriamj

The West should unapologetically stand with those facing persecution for being Christian.

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

Trojan horse plotj

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

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The evil of families that turn on Christian converts

Christian cross ncj

We need to tackle the persecution that many Christians face from members of their own family.

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

Maajid Nawaz ncrj

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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Let the Sudan be the start of action to protect persecuted Christians

Christian cross ncj

It’s time we sent a message that to deny Christians the right to peacefully follow their faith will not be tolerated.

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Cameron’s Christianity is sanitised and shallow

Cameron and Jesusj

Jesus’ instruction to love thy neighbour is the opposite of a politically convenient message, writes Simon Ravenscroft.

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Pause for the persecuted this Easter

Christian cross ncj

This Easter we should pause to consider what we can do to support those who are persecuted for their beliefs.

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Religiously selective schools criticised by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner

A new report has criticised religiously selective faith schools over their complex admissions rules.

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