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Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, an MP of Jamaat Islami, Bangladesh, has long been reviled in his native Bangladesh as a purveyor of inflammatory hate speech.
Le réseau Femmes Sous Lois Musulmanes exprime ses condoléances aux familles de ceux qui ont été tués et sa compassion à ceux qui ont été gravement blessés dans les attentats épouvantables à Londres le 7 juillet.
For those of us living in London, the recent bombings in the British capital brought home the daily violence, the horror and fear of millions of people living in many places around the world.
Dr. Ghayasuddin Siddiqui, leader of the Muslim Parliament, told a Muslim conference in Birmingham, attended by over 3000 people, that they must confront extremism within their ranks if they wished to live in peace in Britain.
WLUML would like to share this first reaction from a Londoner to the 7th July 2005 bombings which is currently being circulated by e-mail. WLUML shares many of the concerns and analysis expressed in this letter.
The Women's National Commission (WNC) was awarded funding from the British Council to run an internship programme for women from Iraq representing the diversity of Iraqi regions, faiths, ethnicities, political and social affiliations.
Interview with Bahram Soroush and Fariborz Pooya.
In January 2005, the Scottish Equal Opportunities Committee took oral evidence on the Prohibition of FGM (Scotland) Bill from a number of health organisations and agencies representing children.
Muslim, lesbian, feminist, writer, scholar and TV personality - Irshad Manji is all these things and the controversial best-selling author of 'The Trouble with Islam...'
This 10-point summary refutes key claims by the Mayor of London in defence of his invitation to the Muslim cleric Dr Yusuf al-Qaradawi last July to City Hall.
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