Darul Uloom: Britain’s ‘Eton of Islam’ filmed instructing religious apartheid

Theresa May stepped outside 10 Downing Street on 4th June, to state the following: ‘We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are. Things need to change and they need to change in 4 important ways.’ May blamed the recent terror attacks on ‘the single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism, that … More Darul Uloom: Britain’s ‘Eton of Islam’ filmed instructing religious apartheid

Manchester Arena Attack

‘You just don’t think it’s going to happen at a pop concert’ exclaimed one eye-witness, in the aftermath of a suicide bombing that left 22 confirmed dead and 59 injured, on May 22nd 2017. We’re running out of places where it’s not going to happen. Yesterday’s attack on British freedom and civility must be placed … More Manchester Arena Attack

Thesis Conclusion

Taking the findings of the dissertation into consideration, it is clear to see that the concept of freedom of religion, as espoused in the UNDR (1947), ECHR (1950) and ICCPR (1966) fundamentally exists in theory yet cannot be guaranteed in practice within a British context. This dissertation examined the relevance of religion in Europe in … More Thesis Conclusion

Masters Thesis Challenging the ‘Freedom of Religion’ Concept with regards to the Apostasy Question in Britain.

Much of my inactive blog platform is due to the year long slog of putting this Masters dissertation together, for the purpose of finalising my university degree. Given that I had the freedom to highlight any topic within the field of international relations and granted 15,000 words to do so; naturally it was my opportunity … More Masters Thesis Challenging the ‘Freedom of Religion’ Concept with regards to the Apostasy Question in Britain.