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Ramadan teaches self-restraint: What about the usage of social media?

Ramadan comes every year with its multiple blessings for Muslims; it helps in lifting their spirits and by transforming their personal and social lives. Behind the basic rituals…

Helping Children Navigate The World Wide Web

The invention of the internet by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 ushered an era of social media that revolutionised communications and information gathering in the world. With a click…

It is time ordinary Muslims take control of their own destiny

The world has changed and is changing rapidly. With Brexit rattling the European Union leaders and now President Trump in the White House we live in uncharted territory….

Let Us Fight Inequality To Create A Better Britain

Social Mobility Commission’s (SMC) December 2016 report Ethnicity, Gender and Social Mobility highlighted the “broken promises for many groups” in recent Britain. Its key findings drew attention to…

Muslims must join the struggle against authoritarian populism

The unexpected Trump victory in the US presidential election on 8 November and the Brexit vote in the UK on 23 June appear to be signalling a new and uncertain…

How Serious Is The Segregation Of Britain’s Communities?

A recent report co-authored by Professor Ted Cantle and Professor Eric Kaufmann contained dire warnings on Britain’s increasing ethnic segregation. The report found that white indigenous communities are…

East End’s Legacy Of Fighting Bigotry Since The Battle Of Cable Street

On the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street many Britons are looking forward to a revival of fighting spirit against bigotry, particularly anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, in…

British Muslims recognised as the best charity givers – again

The UK’s Charity Commission (CC),  once criticised for its “disproportionate focus” on Muslim charities and feared by Islamic charities in the past, has praised Muslim charities in a…

Brexit: Divisive Politics Leading to a More Fractured Britain?

On Friday the 24th June Britain woke up split through the middle, with a 51.9% – 48.1% majority decision to leave the EU. Very few, even the Brexiters,…

Brexit and the spectre of Europe’s ugly nationalism

The debate over the European Union referendum on June 23 was at last narrowed down to two main issues: Huge economic concerns by the Remain group and immigration…