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An Enviable Legacy…

For the first time in months I have a weekend off work and have been looking through some of my book collection for inspiration and to stave off boredom. Back in 1985, the physicist Freeman Dyson was invited to Aberdeen University … Continue reading

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Sayeeda Warsi and the Selling Out of Palestine

Lady Warsi was asked yesterday about the exact moment she made up her mind to resign from the Tory-led government over its policy (or perhaps more accurately, non-policy) on Gaza. She replied: “There were many moments. Every time a school … Continue reading

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Is Judaism The Most Racist of the World’s Great Monotheistic Religions?

Richard Dawkins famously said that: The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, … Continue reading

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The Right To Renounce Faith

Last month there was huge global news coverage of the case regarding a Sudanese lady that had been sentenced to death for converting to Christianity. I commented on the grossly warped version of ‘justice’ at the time and argued that: “…Ultimately, the issue … Continue reading

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“There is no life without Jihad”

Some British Muslims who have travelled to Syria to take part in the ISIS group currently battling the regimes in Syria and Iraq have appeared in a video encouraging other British Muslims to follow in their footsteps. The video entitled “There … Continue reading

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Birmingham’s al-Hijrah School Governing Body – All Sacked

    Andrew Gilligan of the Sunday Telegraph has been keeping an extremely close eye on events in Birmingham in relation to the alleged ‘Trojan Horse schools plot’ and has written extensively about events there in recent weeks. Yesterday, Gilligan informed … Continue reading

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Sudan Death Penalty and the Apostasy Issue

This week’s court ruling in Sudan sentencing Dr Meriam Yahya Ibrahim to death for abandoning Islam is highly regrettable but should come as no surprise to observers of the Muslim world. It seems unlikely that the Sudanese authorities would proceed with … Continue reading

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