Last month the All Faiths Network hosted an interfaith forum concerning governmental and institutional responses to religious extremism.
The debate explored critical issues, including suggestions that Government subsidies to interfaith bodies are failing to improve… Continue reading
Home Secretary Teresa May has announced new measures to be taken by the Extremism Analysis Unit to combat extremism.
In a speech at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in London she said the Unit would “help us… Continue reading
A new analysis by Brian J. Grim of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation finds that violent incidents between religious groups are more prevalent in areas where governments restrict religious proselytization.
According to Grim’s article in The… Continue reading
The Austrian parliament has passed a Bill requiring a standardised German translation of the Qur’an, and banning both foreign imams and foreign funding for Islam in the country.
The far-right party in Austria wanted the bill, which… Continue reading
A Comres survey for the BBC of 1000 British Muslims published today finds that more than two in five (46%) feel that being a Muslim in Britain is difficult due to prejudice against Islam.
The survey found an overwhelming majority… Continue reading
radical: characterized by departure from tradition, innovative or progressive (Oxford Dictionary of English)
[More from the House of Lords November 27th debate.]
Last November the Lords debated the role of religion and belief in British public life. Coming to… Continue reading