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One Society Many Cultures

(6) Comments | Posted 12 October 2011 | (06:44)

This coming Saturday One Society Many Cultures is staging a timely and important national convention in London.

Disturbingly, a severe economic recession in Europe and the US is providing a fertile recruiting ground for dangerous and violent racists like the English Defence League and for anti-Muslim politicians...

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Answering the EDL in Tower Hamlets

(8) Comments | Posted 4 September 2011 | (00:00)

Even though Tower Hamlets is just a short tube or bus ride from Westminster it is disappointing that no members of the government bothered to stand shoulder to shoulder with their local neighbours in the face of threats and intimidation from the English Defence League on Saturday.

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Muslims Tackle Looters and Bigots

(44) Comments | Posted 14 August 2011 | (13:59)

There is a lively debate taking place in the UK media between left and right wing commentators as to the causes of the English riots in which hundreds of shops and businesses have been looted. However, both sides agree that the looting has been inexcusable. I...

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Londoners United Against the EDL

(22) Comments | Posted 30 July 2011 | (07:35)

Under the banner United East End Londoners of all faiths and none gathered at the London Muslim Centre in Whitechapel last night to express solidarity with their Muslim neighbours who are the target of a provocative English Defence League demonstration planned for 3rd September.

It is impossible to overstate...

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Terrorists Are Sane

(9) Comments | Posted 27 July 2011 | (00:00)

According to Geir Lippestad, his lawyer, Anders Breivik appears to be insane. If this non medical assessment proves correct then the Islamophobic and extremist nationalist Norwegian mass killer will be one of the first terrorists in the entire history of political violence who has not been psychiatrically and psychologically normal....

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