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Why publicity hog Modi missed the UN session

Shahid Alam

Dhu al-Hijjah 29, 14372016-10-01

Narendra Modi loves publicity but aware that he may face tough questions about Kashmir that he would not be able answer, he decided to stay at home.


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.


London conference focuses attention on plight of Chechen children

Ahmad Musa

Shawwal 28, 14262005-12-01

Last month, the British charity MARCCH convened a major conference on “Chechen after Maskhadov”, in cooperation with other Chechen support groups in the UK. It was attended by AHMAD MUSA, a contributor to Crescent International and a supporter of the Save Chechnya Campaign (SCC).


Blair government increases pressure on British Muslims after London bombings

Ahmad Musa

Jumada' al-Akhirah 25, 14262005-08-01

As soon as it became clear that the chaos on London’s public transport on the morning of July 7 was the result of something rather more than the usual maintenance problems, Muslims inBritain knew that they would come under immense pressure if it was confirmed that Muslims were responsible, as most observers immediately suspected.

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