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Editorials

The crumbling facade of Western democracy

Zafar Bangash

Sha'ban 04, 14382017-05-01

Elites in Western societies are in panic. Elections are no longer yielding the results they had hoped for.

Book Review

Western writers’ weak understanding of other societies

Dmitry Shlapentokh

Dhu al-Qa'dah 29, 14372016-09-01

Russian-Iranian relations form the backdrop of this review in which Western writers are found to lack understanding of other societies because they have little knowledge of local languages, culture or access to primary sources. Dmitry Shlapentokh, associate professor at Indiana State University, South Bend, Indiana, reviews Russia-Iran Relations Since the End of the Cold War by Eric D. Moore (Routledge, 2014; 242 pp., $8.84 hbk).

News & Analysis

Theresa May: Margaret Thatcher 2?

Umar Shahid

Shawwal 27, 14372016-08-01

In selecting Theresa May as the new prime minister, the British establishment has opted for another Margaret Thatcher. Can the consequences be any different for ordinary Brits, especially Muslims?

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Letters To The Editor

Nawaz Sharif’s letter to Britons

Raiwind Sharif

Ramadan 26, 14372016-07-01

One reader makes a tongue-in-cheek suggestion that Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, currently in Britain, wants to help the Brits overcome their problems after the Brexit vote by becoming their prime minister!

Daily News Analysis

Brexit vote knocks the bottom out of Britain

Crescent International

Ramadan 19, 14372016-06-24

Europe is in political and financial turmoil following the referendum in Britain where 52% voted to leave the European Union (EU). It has forced the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron who wanted Britain to stay. The EU leaders are angry and want the Brits to get the hell out and not wait until October to start the process of separation. The EU itself may not survive the shock.

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News & Analysis

Extremism in Britain, and how to tackle it

Harun Yahya

Jumada' al-Ula' 21, 14372016-03-01

There has been an alarming rise in anti-Muslim sentiments and attacks throughout Europe and North America. While there are Muslim extremists as well, attacks against Muslims go largely unreported and unpunished.

News & Analysis

Modi’s crimes follow him to London

Zia Sarhadi

Safar 19, 14372015-12-01

Even as British Prime Minister David Cameron thundered against the ISIS terrorists (aka takfiris, Da‘ish, or ISIL) that had caused mayhem, death, and destruction in Paris on November 13, he was happily consorting with another terrorist.

News & Analysis

What Corbyn’s victory means for British politics

Our Own Correspondent

Dhu al-Hijjah 17, 14362015-10-01

Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader of the British Labour Party should not be exaggerated or minimized. He is certainly not your average politician hence the long daggers drawn out against him...

Letters To The Editor

Trial exposes UK links to terror in Syria

Bashir Ahmed

Ramadan 14, 14362015-07-01

The abrupt halt to the trial of a Swedish citizen last month because it would have exposed British intelligence agency’s links to terrorist groups in Syria has shed light on the sordid role of the British government.

Daily News Analysis

How the takfiris lure young girls into their web

Crescent International

Dhu al-Hijjah 26, 14352014-10-21

The takfiris are using the Internet to lure young Muslim and convert girls into their web of evil. Most of these girls are used virtually as slaves.

Daily News Analysis

Scots scare other Brits but reject separation

Crescent International

Dhu al-Qa'dah 24, 14352014-09-19

The people of Scotland voted by 55% to 47% to stay in Britain but their referendum has shaken the usually smug politicians in London to take note. British Prime Minister David Cameron whose job was on the line, promised after the result, to allow more powers to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Letters To The Editor

Saudi and Zionist mafias

Ahmed al-Qahtani

Rajab 02, 14352014-05-01

The regimes in the Arabian Peninsula and in Palestine are both usurpers and their removal will help bring about peace in the region for all people.

Daily News Analysis

Saudi hate preacher denied entry into Britain

Crescent International

Safar 19, 14352013-12-22

The Saudi regime uses different means to divide Muslims. One is to spread hatred against some Muslims thereby confusing others. Many innocent Muslims think that just because a Saudi preacher is appointed to lead prayers in Masjid al-Haram or Masjid-e Nabawi, that he must be a great scholar of Islam. One such preacher, Adel al-Kalbani was denied entry into Britain because the authorities felt he would merely create divisions.

Daily News Analysis

Royal baby and US infantile propaganda

Tony Seed

Ramadan 16, 14342013-07-25

The American social and aristocratic class is as rigidly hierarchical as the British monarchy the American media seems to deride. In fact, evidence shows that those born into the top 1 per cent continue to enjoy the benefits of the system far more than those at the bottom. The system favours the top 1 per cent disporportionately to the detriment of others.

Opinion

Riots provide a glimpse of Britain’s under-class and a challenge for British Muslims

Zafar Bangash

Shawwal 03, 14322011-09-01

The riots in London and other British cities that briefly captured world headlines last month were not unexpected. Ever since the economic downturn began to bite, and particularly since the election last year of a right-wing government dogmatically committed to cutting the benefits of the poorest and the taxes of the wealthiest, social commentators have been warning of the possible reactions to such measures.

Main Stories

British hypocrisy over Libyan refugees

Fahad Ansari

Rabi' al-Thani 27, 14322011-04-01

The witch-hunt of Qaddafi opponents began on 2 October 2005 with the arrest and detention of five Libyan dissidents, who had been granted asylum by the UK, on the grounds that they were a threat to national security.

News & Analysis

Will Britain’s Kafkaesque laws be changed?

Fahad Ansari

Jumada' al-Ula' 16, 14312010-05-01

The recent British elections resulted in the defeat of the Labour Party government after 13 years in power and the emergence of a new Conservative-Liberal Democrats coalition, the first of its kind in over 30 years...

Opinion

Internal cohesion key to British Muslim engagement in mainstream politics

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rabi' al-Thani 16, 14312010-04-01

Britain goes to the polls on May 6, to elect the government that is expected to run the country for the next five years. Unlike most elections in recent years, the contest is genuinely too close for the results to be predicted...

Book Review

Theoretical and philosophical discussion which fails to address the realities facing European Muslims

Iqbal Siddiqui

Ramadan 11, 14302009-09-01

To be a European Muslim by Tariq Ramadan. Pub: The Islamic Foundation, Leicester, UK, 1999. Pp: 272. Pbk: £5.95.

Special Reports

Irrelevance of nuclear weapons

Yusuf Abdullah

Sha'ban 10, 14302009-08-01

The NPT was opened for signatures in 1968. Initially, the US, Soviet Union, Britain and 59 other countries signed the treaty...

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