#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 […]

TWEET DECK- ‘Charlie Hebdo Attack’- What is the Muslim response?

Majed’s Blog has been actively tweeting about the Paris attack where French Cartoonists, Editors and staff were murdered in cold blood. Whilst all Muslims will condemn the killings, below are a range of views which provide context and perspective to the debate on the events #CharlieHebdo are not martyrs for free speech as previously they […]

NORWAY ATTACKS- The Religious & Political narrative that feeds Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism

By Guest Contributor- Jahangir Mohammed Director Centre for Muslim Affairs– Just a couple of months ago the Norwegian Security Services concluded that there was little threat of terrorism from those associated with the far right. The British government in its revised Prevent Strategy also arrived at a similar conclusion. In the wake of the terror […]

SPECIAL REPORT- A case of Mistaken identity?

The debate over identity arouses the strongest of passion in individuals. In today’s multi-cultural, global village, what is the role of identity in defining who we are, and the relationships we forge with others in wider society? Read this special Report written by Blog Contributor. Clickon the link Below to read full report SPECIAL REPORT

The Uninvited Visitors

By Zaythoun Suleman- On Wednesday 26th January 2011 at approximately 6am in the morning, my son had just made the first adhan for Fajr and was waiting to make the second adhan. All of a sudden, there was a bang on the door. He didn’t know what to do; he saw the police through the […]

Valuing the Debate or Debating the Values?

  By Hamid Chaudry- The subject just won’t go away, will it? Or it isn’t allowed to go away. But is that such a bad thing really? Let us look a little closer. A few weeks ago, David Cameron stated , ‘We have to drain the water from the swamp in which the violent extremism […]