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Islamophobia

Salman Abedi’s disappearing sister

How the mainstream media self-censored ‘revenge for western foreign policy’ from their reporting of the Manchester attacks

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Editorial: sanctuary, solidarity and strategy

Those threatened by Trump's regime - not the man himself - should be the focus for campaigners, argues Milan Rai

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How can we Prevent government extremism?

The second part of our interview with Liz Fekete, director of the Institute of Race Relations

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Monitoring Muslim students

Fears for civil liberties as Tories launch new drive against 'extremism'

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Charity ends at home

The media storm around the unmasking of ISIS executioner ‘Jihadi John’ in February provided an opportunity for the right-wing press to exert enormous pressure on anyone connected with the Muslim hu

We are all [ ] – fill in the blank

The renowned US dissident reflects on the hypocrisy of the elite response to the Charlie Hebdo killings

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Standing up to Islamophobia

Since the Woolwich attack in London on 22 May, at least 13 mosques have been attacked, according to Islamophobia monitoring group Tell MAMA, which has recorded 212 incidents targeting Muslims – including harassment, violence and damaged property.

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After 9/11 in London's East End

In September we are inevitably reminded of 9/11. The frustration of the US regime at its inability to punish dead people has resulted in a desire for revenge that appears insatiable.

Maya Evans' Diary

The Islam Expo schedule described the event as “Europe’s largest- ever exhibition to ‘combat the myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings of Islam’.” As I stepped off the Tube at Kensington Olym

Maya Evans' diary

I recently read Monica Ali’s highly-acclaimed novel Brick Lane. At first I felt drawn to the book.