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Raed Salah Freed on Bail

Wonderful news from the Friends of al-Aqsa. 15 July 2011 Shaykh Raed Salah’s application for bail was accepted today by a High Court judge. Despite being denied bail last week, Shaykh Raed’s appeal was successful and he is no longer … Continue reading

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Tackling violent extremism together

Today’s Guardian story about the Quilliam memo helps demonstrate how the current Prevent programme has degenerated into a worrying spectacle of tiny groups competing for government access and funding while smearing other credible and far larger Muslim organisations as being ‘Islamists’ and … Continue reading

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Zakir Naik to legally challenge UK govt exclusion order

The BBC reports today that Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation – which is based in Mumbai, India – will be legally challenging the Home Secretary Theresa May’s decision to issue an exclusion order against him. Readers will recall that the … Continue reading

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Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips banned from the UK?

An informed source tells me that the Home Office have issued an exclusion order against Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips. The exclusion order comes in the wake of an ongoing campaign by sections of the media to highlight the threat posed by those they … Continue reading

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