TWEETDECK- Looking into the #ParisAttacks

The tragic and horrific events that occurred in Paris have deeply moved people around the globe. The incidents in which 129 people were callously murdered in cold blood whilst on their routine daily activities on the eve of Friday have been condemned by  all, including Muslims living in Europe who shared the grief and pain […]

COMMENT- Government Fanaticism to cure ‘Extremism’ in Madrassas?

By Majed Iqbal– It was a few weeks ago when British PM, David Cameron announced that he would enforce tough measures on any educational institute that promotes intolerance and extremism. Weeks after these announcements, many are now beginning to see the irrelevance of his words uttered at the Tory Party Conference and are realising the repercussions […]

#TGBBO- The Cake with an Identity crisis

By Majed Iqbal– Earlier this week, we saw the grand finale for the ‘Great British Bake Off’ Show which has been dubbed by some as ‘Britain’s ultimate TV baking contest’. I have to be honest, i’ve only ever caught a few snapshots of the show! Nadiya Hussain, a Luton-born 30-year-old mum-of-three stole the show and became victor. […]

#Tweetdeck- BBC3 Documentary- “We want our country back”

On Tuesday 8th October, BBC3 aired a documentary about Britain First, an new name in far right politics. Deputy leader Jayda Fransen and leader Paul Golding were followed by a presenter who wanted to get a feel for the new movement which had hit headlines with publicity stunts outside Mosques and in densely populated Muslim areas. […]

#Tweetdeck- BBC3 Documentary- “Is Britain racist?”

On Monday 5th October, BBC3 aired a documentary titled “Is Britain racist?”- Presenter Mona Chalabi goes on a mission to investigate the reality of racism in Britain. Three reporters were sent undercover to reveal how much prejudice there is on the streets of Britain. Majed’s Blog presents the following Live tweets analysing the show during its […]

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POEM- A child washed ashore by sea & all they cry is me

By Abdul Jabbar   A child washed ashore by sea & all they cry is me I am angry Why should I not be? Would you not if that was your child? With such ease they expect me to be mild My blood is boiling after seeing that picture They do not know that this […]

1947 & Pakistan- From a British Raj to an American Raj

Muhammad Ali Jinnah taking the salute at a military march past in Karachi, having been sworn in as the first Governor General of the Muslim Dominion of Pakistan, Aug. 17 1947.

By Majed Iqbal– Sixty eight years on since the creation of Pakistan we see misery, corruption, poverty, terrorism and the new menace of US occupation of a land that was created through great sacrifices in 1947 with blood to create an Islamic State where people of all faiths, colours and backgrounds could live peacefully. This dream is […]

Ramadhan Reminders- Day 20- Eid

Check out Majed’s Blog Ramadhan reminders for the days 21 to Eid, available on Instagram and Twitter

Ramadhan Reminders- Day 11-20

Check out Majed’s Blog Ramadhan reminders for the days 11-20 of this blessed month, available on Instagram and Twitter