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UK:Anti-Muslim murderer jailed
UK:Anti-Muslim murderer jailed

By Nick Lowles
October 29 2013
Motivated by a disturbing fantasy of Muslims ‘taking over’ and idealising killers such as Anders Breivik, Ukranian …

Saudi woman and moral courage
Saudi woman and moral courage

By Eman Al Nafjan
June 4th 2012
Few individuals are willing to brave the disapproval of their countrymen and the wrath of …

Threatened Hindu girls to be moved to Islamabad
Threatened Hindu girls to be moved to Islamabad

By Zahid Gishkori
March 17th 2012
A National Assembly panel directed on Friday the Sindh police to shift two Hindu girls to …

Religious divide in Africa
Religious divide in Africa

By Gwynne Dyer
February 20th 2012
Sudan was bombing South Sudan again last week, only a couple of months after the two countries …

The politics of belonging in Britain
The politics of belonging in Britain

By Jenny Allsopp
Friday, 20 January 2012 15:40
‘There is no opposite to belonging’: Nira Yuval-Davis in conversation with Jenny Allsopp on …

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Cost of Brexit: The impact on business and the economy so far

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The man Theresa May has picked to run her election campaign tells us just how dirty things are going to get...

India takes flawed first step towards ending HIV and Aids prejudice…

Turkey referendum: Erdogan hails 'clear' win in vote on new powers…