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UK: "No fondness for the Pentagon's politics": An open letter by Salman Rushdie
"It is bizarre and untruthful to say that I have a 'fondness for the Pentagon's politics'."
UK: Op-Ed: "Britain Isn't Worthy of Rushdie"
Tarek Fateh argues that "It is time that the world recognized that the threat to Salman Rushdie is not just to him, but to all of us."
UK: "In the name of the law" - A report on unofficial Islamic courts in Britain
"As Dan Bell discovers, the backstreets of Britain are full of Islamic courts ruling on everything from banking and alcopops to forced marriage and divorce."
UK: "Purity ring" schoolgirl goes to High Court
A teenage schoolgirl will appeal to the High Court on Friday to overturn a ban on her wearing a "purity ring" at school to symbolize her decision to abstain from sex before marriage.
UK: The Middle East Centre for Women's Rights launches new website
The Middle East Centre for Women's Rights is a registered UK charity which aims to expose and eliminate all forms of violations of women’s rights within the Middle Eastern communities in the UK and in Middle Eastern countries.
UK: Launch of the Council of ex-Muslims of Britain
A British branch of a new Europe-wide phenomenon is to be launched on Thursday 21 June in London.
UK: Memorial service for Banaz Mahmod Babakir Agha, victim of a so-called "honour" killing
Tuesday 26th June 2007 from 1:00-4:00 PM at the Morden Assembly Hall, in Morden, Surrey (UK)
UK: Kurdish woman murdered in the UK in the name of 'honour'
Father and uncle found guilty in criminal court for the murder of 20-year-old Banaz Mahmod Babakir Agha.
UK: 1,000 Men Living Legally With Multiple Wives
Polygamous marriage is flourishing as the Government admits for the first time that nearly a thousand men are living legally with multiple wives in Britain.
UK: Face veils can now be banned in the classroom
Face veils and jilbabs may now be prohibited as a violation of school uniform policies.
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