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UK: Essay: "Why should Muslims put up with being stereotyped?"
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown writes, "Like everyone, we are creatures of many parts. But we are not allowed such complexities."
UK: MA in Gender, Sexualities and Ethnic Studies
Masters' programme in "Gender, Sexualities and Ethnic Studies", starting September 2008 at the University of East London, Docklands Campus.
UK: Peace & Security Fellowships for African Women
The Conflict, Security and Development Group at King's College London announces a call for applications for Peace & Security Fellowships for African women. Click to download more information.
UK: Muslim sex offenders may opt out of treatment
"Muslim sex offenders may be allowed to opt out of a prison treatment programme because it is against their religion, it has emerged."
UK: Karma Nirvana Launches 'Honour' Network
On Friday, April 11th 2008, Karma Nirvana will host a national conference to launch an Honour Network, help-line, website, posters and literature.
Grande-Bretagne/Algérie: Que deviennent les islamistes algériens à Londres?
Grande-Bretagne: "Après le démantèlement du Londonistan par Scotland Yard."
UK: Lawmakers Vote to Scrap Law Against Christian Blasphemy
In a historic break with tradition, Britain's House of Lords voted on Wednesday to repeal laws making it a crime to commit blasphemy against Christianity.
UK: Missing girls forced into marriages
More than 30 girls are missing from schools in Bradford despite efforts to track them down, MPs have been told.
UK: Comment: "Sharia Delusions in Canterbury"
Mona Eltahawy asks, "What's wrong with the British legal system that religious groups are allowed to create parallel systems to it?"
UK: Comment: "Failed by religious law"
Pragna Patel argues, "in the rush to be tolerant or sensitive to religious difference, they have created the space for the most authoritarian and even fundamentalist religious leaders to take control of our communities."
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