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Comment: The issue of Islamophobia is structural; embedded in the UK's foreign and domestic policy, writes Malia Bouattia.

A man has been convicted of trying to radicalise boys in east London, reportedly feeding them IS propaganda and training them physically for launching terrorist attacks in the capital.

Token brown faces are not what Muslim women want

Malia Bouattia

Token brown faces are not what Muslim women want

Comment: There is a patronising, racist assumption that Muslim women should be grateful for token Muslims in high places, regardless of what they actually represent politically, writes Malia Bouattia.

The invisible victims of the 'War on Terror'

Malia Bouattia

The invisible victims of the 'War on Terror'

Comment: State-led racism is fragmenting UK Muslim communities, but one group providing support for the families of alleged extremists, is proof ...

Trumps tweets prove it's open season on Muslims

Ruqaya Izzidien

Trumps tweets prove it's open season on Muslims

Comment: Trump's tweets represent a clear trend of the right wing's selective outrage that has been boosted by his presidency, writes Ruqaya ...

The New Arab

Ofsted to quiz Muslim schoolgirls why they wear hijab

British school watchdog Ofsted will question Muslim schoolgirls as young as four on why they wear the headscarf

Ruqaya Izzidien

Quizzing schoolgirls in hijab highlights Ofsted's false morality

Comment: Ofsted's move is not about equality for Muslim girls, but policing brown bodies; ensuring we can control Muslims in Britain, writes ...

The New Arab

UK court rules Islamic school's gender segregation is unlawful

Three British judges on Friday ruled that an Islamic faith school in Britain was guilty of sex discrimination for segregating boys and girls.

Shenaz Bunglawala

The UK's Islamophobic press grows more damaging every day

Comment: This week's story about a foster family in Tower Hamlets has seen a wave of profoundly Islamophobic reporting in the UK press, writes ...

Battling extremism: A mother's lament for a radicalised son

Martin Armstrong

Battling extremism: A mother's lament for a radicalised son

In-depth: Nicola Benyahia established an anti-radicalisation charity after her son died fighting with Islamic State militants in Iraq. Her work ...

Sophia Akram

Does the UK's Prevent strategy provoke extremism instead?

Comment: When discussion and dialogue are driven underground, 'extremist' rhetoric will simply remain unchallenged, argues Sophia Akram.

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