Our own security services have managed superbly. But a danger thwarted is not a danger ended.
Posts Tagged: Islam
Javid wants office-holders to swear one, and thinks that all new arrivals should too. But what’s to stop it becoming a litany of political correctness?
We need a mass of recommendations less than we need our institutions to do their job properly.
Chris Whitehouse: Is our overseas aid fuelling hate and discrimination against religious minorities?
A new report, and an event tomorrow, highlight the plight of people throughout the world persecuted for practising their faith – especially by extremist Islamist groups.
If Trump’s election damages America’s work in this area, then the UK must increase its own efforts
Though on very good terms with UKIP.
Mohammed Amin: Yes, Trump’s election is bad news for American Muslims – but not as bad as it may seem
He has resiled from some of his most extreme positions. And the U.S has a constitution which is a beacon for the protection of religious freedom.
WATCH: “I no longer understand the rules.” Charles Walker questions May on the Louis Smith controversy
“This man received death threats and we have all looked the other way.”
Louis Smith’s mockery of Islam was neither clever nor funny. But his suspension for it is outrageous.
The state is indirectly attacking an individual who has received death threats rather than take action against those threatening him.
Allowing Russia to become top dog in the Middle East has consequences for Europe – including Britain.
The Conservative Human Rights Commission has reported, and a UN investigation by a special rapporteur is required.
Rebecca Coulson: Cable-knit sweaters, Paul Mason and a No Prayer Breakfast. My week at Labour’s conference.
Momentum’s momentum doesn’t need to fizz with punch: they’ve won already.
No foreign preacher who rejects religious freedom should be given permission to enter the UK.
Opponents of grammar schools, some supporters of them, a slice of the independent sector, secularists…all have reason not to be best pleased with her plans.
But her decision and other recent ones also raise the question of whether Ministers really hold sway in their own departments.