There is nothing Islamic about ‘Islamic Terrorism’
Jay Darcey argues the recent terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand shows how terrorism is a term reserved for events where a Muslim is the perpetrator, not the victim
Shamima Begum deserves sympathy not ridicule
Cara Conte writes about the news coverage of Shamima Begum and asks why the UK population have not been more compassionate and understanding. Should we not address what is what that made Begum feel like she needed the protection promised to her by her groomers?
Film brings home the reality of hate crime
Jay Darcy writes about raising awareness of the traumatic psychological damage caused by hate crime through virtual reality experiences which mimic Islamophobic attacks.
Review: Cuts of the Cloth
Jay Darcy reviews Cuts of the Cloth as part of the HOME Push Festival
University students hold meetings on countering the government’s expansion of the anti-radicalisation Prevent programme