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Can Trump’s visit bring us together?

The UK is bracing itself for one of the most controversial visits by a head of state in recent times. Mr Trump, the 12th US President to make the trip, arrived yesterday, Thursday 12th, for a two day-visit to England, before setting off for a weekend of golfing in Scotland. Friday’s agenda...

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Muslim Women are rocking the poetry scene

Providing another example of the immense talent of Muslim women in our society, Rakaya Esime Fetuga, a Black Muslim woman, has won the 2018 Roundhouse Poetry Slam competition which aims to give a stage to the “next big names in spoken word and the freshest voices around”. The final, held on the...

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Anas Sarwar urges Government to define Islamophobia

The National reports on how Anas Sarwar, Labour MSP, has called for the Government to work quickly towards adopting a legal definition for “Islamophobia”. Mr Sarwar made national headlines early this year, 2018, when he spoke out about the racist and Islamophobic abuse he faced by other Labour...

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UKIP: When Islamophobia is politically convenient

The news that UKIP has welcomed “alt-right” activists into the party is hardly surprising, but it is still a concerning reminder of how far its leaders are willing to go to retain some form of appeal in society and, with it, some political power. Paul Joseph Watson, Mark Meechan and Carl...

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Mo Salah: Fighting Islamophobia one goal at a time

The Egyptian national team was eliminated from the world cup following two defeats in the first two games of the opening rounds, but Mo Salah, the 26-year old from Nagrig and current Liverpool striker, is a man whose success extends well beyond the football pitch. During an interview for the BBC...

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