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The many ways British Muslims use the internet

Hussein Kesvani is a journalist and author whose new book ‘Follow Me, Akhi’ explores the way the internet is changing the lives of British Muslims. Drawing on extensive interviews the book injects much-needed nuance into a narrative that too often focuses …Read more

The Online Lives of British Muslims

While there have been hundreds of thousands of words dedicated to this phenomenon few people have looked at the impact this has had on religious communities in general and British Muslims the way that theyve been able to use the internet to
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Heres the British bigot who Trump retweets

This is especially vital since white nationalists know exactly who she is and are probably overjoyed the president retweeted her much the same way many use of this slur It gets worse In 2017 Hopkins called for a final solution of Muslims
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Third of Britons believe Islam threatens British way of life says report

More than a third of people in the UK believe that Islam is a threat to the British way of life Holocaust denial were less common there were many examples of conspiratorial antisemitism and the use of antisemitic tropes especially in
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Twice as Many British Muslims Fighting for ISIS Than in UK Armed Forces

There are now more than twice as many British Muslims fighting for Islamic targeting primarily young muslims the Quilliam Foundation told Newsweek Their use of the internet is unlike anything we have seen before Charlie Cooper of the Quilliam
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JRR Tolkien would have spoken out against Islam taking over England

A Gatestone Institute article titled British Girls Raped by Muslim Gangs on Industrial Scale our connections to the little platoons With its many games and distractions the Internet becomes for many a sort of virtual community
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Competing Visions of Islam Will Shape Europe in the 21st Century

Akbar Ahmed was born a subject of the British Islam which sets out to be the champion of Islam and draw boundaries around the faith can sometimes act as a catalyst for violent groups These groups may well use modern technology such as the internet
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