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Articles from 2005

  • 16 December 2005
    by Ghayasuddin Siddiqui,
    Dr Ghayasuddin Siddiqui, leader of the Muslim Parliament, told a conference on 'Together Against Terror' organised by the Metropolitan Police Authority on 12 December 2005 that adherence to the rule of law and due process, observed by all is the best guarantor against terrorism.
  • 14 December 2005
    by John White

    The occupation of Iraq, just as it has been since it began, remains THE issue. From it stems the various domestic social issues that have arisen to make more acute the class struggle that is an ever present as a direct result of the capitalist system of economics.

  • 01 December 2005
    by Hassan Mahamdallie
    CRE chair Trevor Phillips's recent talk of self-segregating communities is dangerous and false. What a godsend Trevor Phillips has become for the right wing press and New Labour.
  • 17 November 2005
    by Karyn Agostini-Lippi

    STOCKHOLM SEMINAR - French anti-terrorist PolicyIn the light of the case Said ARIF

  • 12 October 2005
    by Muslim Association of Britain
    The Muslim Association of Britain stands vehemently and unequivocally against the proposed Anti-Terror legislation, not because we are liberal with our collective safety and security, but specifically because we are not.
  • 02 September 2005
    by SACC
    Declaration in defence of rights and liberties
  • 23 July 2005
    by Osama Saeed
    Faced with the events of the past two weeks, it would be the easiest thing in the world for me to say the Muslim community must do more to combat terrorism. Many community figures have done just that.
  • 14 July 2005
    by Osama Saeed
    London was awful, and so was Madrid and 9/11. Unlike Western leaders, I will also condemn the deaths in Iraq, the deaths in Palestine, the deaths in Afghanistan, the deaths in Chechnya, the deaths in Kashmir, and the list goes on.
  • 10 July 2005
    by John Pilger
    "No one doubts the atrocious inhumanity of those who planted the bombs, but no one should also doubt that this has been coming since the day Tony Blair joined George Bush in their bloody invasion and occupation of Iraq", says John Pilger
  • 30 May 2005
    by CAMPACC

    The "War on Terror" promotes a racist culture of suspicion towards migrant and Muslim communities. It generates and manipulates public fears to justify a perpetual state of war.

  • 27 April 2005
    by Tiberio La Torre
    Rachid Ramda - letter from fellow prisoner Tiberio La Torre.
  • 27 April 2005
    by Ann Alexander

    When Rachid called to tell me the Home Office had made the decision to extradite him to France, my heart was broken. Instead of getting my support, to my shame, I cried. Rachid is my wee brother - tied not by blood by sincere friendship. Over the past two years he has brought a new dimension to my life. I have since discovered he has the same effect on everyone fortunate enough to know him personally or through his letters. Everyone loves Rachid. He is an exceptional man.

  • 16 April 2005
    by Ann Alexander

    A letter from a friend of some of the men living under Control Orders

  • 24 March 2005
    by Amar Makhlulif, Rachid Ramda, Mustapha Labsi and others

    We prisoners, detained against our will, would like to thank every one of you who has helped, by whatever means, to liberate our Brother detainees who were detained without charge or trial. We were emotionally overwhelmed by the huge support around the country from all human beings, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. So thank you very much.

  • 01 February 2005
    by Mustapha Labsi
    Detainee Mustapha Labsi tells his story