The Islamic Human Rights Commission is an independent, non-profit, campaign, research and advocacy organization that struggles for justice, founded in 1997.
Jan 15 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
IHRC is deeply concerned by the UK government's decision to proscribe Hizb ut-Tahrir as a terrorist organisation.
The use of anti-terrorism legislation to silence dissent and shrink civil society space has become one of the defining features of the time we live in.
IHRC has flagged this issue up repeatedly, including in its 2019 briefing on shrinking civil society space.
"The Board of Deputies refused to answer question after question"
Update from Day 1 of Rev Stephen Sizer's Tribunal where the Board of Deputies of British Jews is accusing him of anti-Semitism.
Watch the full video fb.watch/dbtupycJVs/ or read the THREAD for key points 1/
This update is from Mick Napier of Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign, from Day 1 of Reverend Stephen Sizer's Tribunal at St Andrew's Church in London where the Board of Deputies of British Jews has complained that the pro-Palestinian Reverend of anti-Semitism...
Aug 5, 2019 • 9 tweets • 1 min read
[08.59 London / Abuja time] Updates on Sheikh #Zakzaky's hearing of 5 August can be found in this thread.
[09.14] The lawyers are now in court