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Theresa May and the Mystery of the Missing Pledge About Hate Crimes Against Muslims

Last Monday (23rd March 2015), the Home Secretary, Theresa May, delivered an important speech outlining the government’s counter-extremism strategy. The full speech contained quite a few passages I would normally take issue with, but it also contained a crucially important sentence … Continue reading

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The Muslim Community from Rushdie to Hebdo

I went along to the Muslim Institute in Old Street, London, earlier this afternoon to take part in a panel discussion entitled “The Muslim Community from Rushdie to Hebdo”. I have written about this topic on several previous occasions so … Continue reading

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Shaykh Raed Salah Wins Appeal Against Home Office Deportation Order

Good news from MEMO: the Palestinian leader, Shaykh Raed Salah, who you may recall was arrested in the UK in June 2011 while on a speaking tour, after the Home Office issued a banning order against him, has won his … Continue reading

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The UK arrest of Shaykh Raed Salah and Our Craven Media

I was about to take a seat in the departure lounge at Gatwick Airport on Wednesday evening waiting for my flight to Marseille where I was going to install and deploy a Cisco firewall at a branch office, when my … Continue reading

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