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Terrorism usually comes like a bolt from the blue, but not so the explosions in London. Some British Islamist leaders have been warning for months that such violence was imminent.
The Committee of British Muslims and Islamophobia was founded in order to study the forms and dangers of Islamophobia in Britain, as Brits admit the existence of hostile emotions toward Islam and Muslims. The committee outlined the forms and consequences of Islamophobia in five points, which are...
The author argues that an official memo, dated January 17, 2006, sent by member of the Arab/Israel and North Africa Group, Julie McGregor to the British Middle East Minister, Kim Howells, on a proposed British engagement with the Muslim Brotherhood, has been "purposely leaked" to the press.
The authors said that the British Foreign Office has declined to comment on a leaked report about alleged contacts between British officials and Egyptian members of parliament belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood. The Brotherhood has denied these allegations.
The author discusses Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visit to Pakistan, and the discrimination and persecution of Christians in the Islamic world.
‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Rāshid argues that it is not only wrong, but also dangerous to link the recent London bombings to foreign policy and economic reasons, as advisors tot he government have done.
A discussion about Tariq Ramadān, his roots and ideology.
The Guardian reported Wednesday that the UK-based Christian Voice organization is pushing for a ban on selling copies of the Holy Qur’ān inside Britain.
John Ord tells the story of his conversion to Islam.
London-based Egyptian fundamentalist and director of London’s al-Maqrizi Center for Historical Studies, Hānī al-Sibā‘ī, told al-Sharq al-Awsat that he will hold the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights responsible for any harm that befalls him if he is deported to Egypt.

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