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Before Signing the Blank Cheque in the General Election, Read This!

By Piya Mayenin :: The UK’s current austerity programme threatens to solidify the UK’s position as a country of growing inequality and poverty. Its emphasis on cutting public spending as opposed to increasing taxes has already begun to increase the hardship faced by people on low incomes, whilst allowing the richest bear a comparatively small burden of the pain. As millions, ...

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Reception of MWL’s Secretary General At the House of Lords

Dr. Mozammel Haque  :: The Secretary General of the Muslim World League (Rabita al-Alam al-Islami) H.E. Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Bin Abdul Karim Al-Isa attended a reception at the House of Lords on Thursday, 11th of May, 2017 hosted by Baroness Uddin.   Sheikh Dr. Mohammed came to the United Kingdom on Friday, the 5th of May 2017 for two weeks. During this period ...

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Rape, lies and videotape!

Towheed Feroze :: A birthday party in an upmarket area of town, young men and women, alleged sexual abuse, recording of the scenes, revelation after a month, police case and accused young men on the run – the city is now in the grip of the Banani double rape incident. Or, alleged double rape, since the crime has not been proved as ...

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Council Speaker seeks work experience to raise funds for charities

    Cllr Khales Uddin Ahmed, Speaker of Tower Hamlets Council, is offering to work for an hour in any Tower Hamlets based business in return for a £1,000 donation to his Speaker’s charity fund. He will work in full Speaker’s regalia, including the borough chain, and is hoping that dozens of businesses will take up the offer to raise funds ...

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At the threshold to Riyadul-Jannah

By Fatema Miah In the Masjid-e-al – Nabiu, The Prophets Mosque in Madina, in the Arabian peninsula of Saudi Arabia. First instance experience when I with my sons I was fortunate to visit Madina the town we sing nashid the Islamic chorus about. It is a passionate desire of every Muslim children from the time of, before the age of ...

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PC Palmer a Martyr and Jihadist must be awarded.

By Fatema Miah As a Muslim I pronounce the true Martyrdom to PC Palmer. Jihad is one of the highest regarded good deed exercised selflessly for the benefit of other individuals and the society, environment and living being. Jihad isn’t how it is nowadays made it look and sound like ‘Murdering by Muslim Faith people’, neither terrorism is Jihad as ...

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Teresa May values that defined Britain after Terror Attack

Rayhan Ahmed Topader Mrs May told the House of Commons on Thursday:”We will never waver in the face of terrorism.”She also said British people have shown terrorists they “will not defeat us” by carrying on with their lives as normal and described the attack as “sickening”.Mrs May said the actions of millions around the country showed terrorists “we will never ...

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Understanding and Looking After a Child with Autism

    By Dr Momotaj Islam   As April is National Autism Awareness Month, you may be reading or hearing a lot more about Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as it is otherwise known, than usual. While it is one thing knowing what autism is factually, the lived experience of having a child diagnosed with autism may be hard ...

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