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Issue 291: Top Stories - Friday 26th July 2013

Issue 292 – Friday 30th August 2013

Egyptian military regime kills over 1,000 supporters of former elected President Morsi

More than 1,000 people, mostly Muslim Brotherhood supporters were killed by the Egyptian military Government this month, most of them on August 14.

Issue 292 – Friday 30th August 2013

Swedish women don hijab in support of pregnant Muslim woman attacked

Hundreds of Swedish women donned the hijab last week in support of a pregnant Muslim woman who was attacked earlier this month in Sweden. They posted their photos and support on the tweets and on face book.

Editorial

  • Terrorism duplicity

    Anti terrorism legislations enacted since the US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania 15 years ago (pre-9/11) have mainly affected the civil liberties of Muslims in the UK. Muslims have been and continue to be under surveillance in nurseries, schools, universities, hospitals, gyms, mosques – almost every aspect of Muslim life.

  • Schedule 7 terror law used against non-Muslims may bring reforms

    The detention of David Miranda under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.has saturated news headlines as an abuse of the draconian stop-and-search powers at ports and airports. Welcome to the real word.

  • Imprisonment of democracy in Egypt

    The world has stood by to witness the increasing horrors of the destruction of democracy in Egypt with the brutal murder of hundreds of grass root supporters of Mohamed Morsi, just over a year after he became the country’s first freely elected President

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  • Sunshine to feed the world

    Food security is one of the greatest challenges facing this generation; with soil degradation, crop losses due to climate change, and water scarcity, combined with a population at an upwards of seven billion people

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