This is a guest post by Susanna Craig I lay my cards on the table from the outset. I consider the term blasphemy to mean ‘the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God.’ And whilst I choose to not do this myself, as a believer, I believe that the Almighty
As October drew to a close, two acts of far-right terrorism took place on American soil. A pipe bomb was sent to the Jewish philanthropist George Soros, with further bombs posted to a series of prominent US liberals. Shortly afterwards, a lone gunman murdered 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue. The prime suspects in each
This is a cross post from Areo Magazine by Charleen Adams It’s been almost two weeks since it happened. The US has had a midterm election. We’ve cast our votes in the hopes of a better future. We continue to grieve for those murdered and injured while celebrating life in a shulin Pittsburgh. But the gunman, with
Asia Bibi: British Imams (including Quilliam International’s, Head of Islamic Studies, Dr Usama Hasan) join calls for the UK to give her asylum.
Three British imams have joined calls for the UK to offer asylum to Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian woman recently acquitted of blasphemy.
By silencing critics and expanding police powers, authorities are pushing Tunisian youths into extremism.
Men smile and give thumbs up as supreme court finds they conspired to target city landmarks in 2016.
Medical staff was key to waterboarding and other interrogations following 9/11 attacks, newly declassified documents show.
Adam Thomas and Claudia Patatas were members of National Action, banned in 2016
Foreign fighters believed to be galvanising local groups as push to declare Islamic caliphate intensifies.