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BBC admits pandering to Israeli propaganda

15th December 2012

Israel’s 10 November 2012 killing of 18-year-old Ahmad Dardasawi was not deemed newsworthy by the BBC. Amena Saleem  – The Electronic Intifada One of the most consistent aspects of the BBC’s reporting of Gaza and Israel is the insistence of its journalists that any “outbreak of violence” is the fault of the Palestinians. When Israel bombs or shells…

The cowardice at the heart of our relationship with Israel

14th December 2012

Close friends and allies: Prime Minister David Cameron shaking hands with Israeli Ambassador to Britain, Daniel Taub  Photo: EPA By Peter Oborne – The Telegraph It is impossible to understand the modern Conservative Party without a grasp of the scale and profundity of its links to the state of Israel. The connection dates back at least as far the…

Pamela Geller’s New Subway Ad

12th December 2012

Policymic This poster will go up in 50 New York City subway stations beginning on December 17. The hateful, inflammatory rhetoric is OK, the MTA says, because it was paid for. Not to mention the picture of the twin towers burning on 9/11 that I certainly don’t need to look at every day on my…

Muslim women face an uphill battle against prejudice to find work

10th December 2012

Baroness Warsi wearing shalwar khameez at Downing Street in May 2010. Photograph: Leon Neal Myriam Francois-Cerrah, The Guardian Baroness Warsi may have opted for shalwar khameez for her first meeting of the cabinet in May 2010, but for many Muslim women, the struggle is to downplay ethnic or religious difference in order to find acceptance…

UK Muslims Are Paedophiles AND Kill Kids Over Their Holy Book

Abu Eesa Niamatullah - 8th December 2012

There. I thought the “AND” in capitals would get your attention. As for the rest of the title, well, that’s nothing new is it really? Standard fare that we read in the papers every day innit. My estimate is that 0.000025% of this country’s Muslims were found guilty of paedophilia and sexual abuse of compromised…

Surveying religious belief needs social science not hard science

5th December 2012

  The Guardian Surveyitis is a disease that afflicts people who stay indoors too long poring over data. It can be alleviated by fresh air and meeting people. Symptoms include credulity about the accuracy of survey responses and morbid attachment to outdated questions. It is particularly dangerous in relation to religion. A recent upsurge in…

Halal Student Loans: We Need Your Feedback!

2nd December 2012

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The Hashtag War

1st December 2012

  Al-Monitor For Arabs, the year 2012 might be seen as the first year where wars were waged through social media networks. This, after 2011 saw those same networks become so prominent in the social fabric governing the Arab peoples that they began to effect fundamental change in the latter through the interlocking relationship that developed…

It’s A Logical Progression!

30th November 2012

1st Ethical is delighted to announce the launch of the “Logical Progression” project starting next week Wednesday 5th December 2012. Headed up by our resident scholar Imam Abu Eesa, and organised jointly with Prophetic Guidance and AlMaghrib Institute, we at 1st Ethical are proud to be bringing a considerable amount of logistical experience and using…

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