“Corbyn appears to be a friend of Muslims but only if you are the right sort”, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

A Research Professor at the Strategic Studies Institute, in his piece in The Scotsman has criticallyexamined how Jeremy Corbyn “appear to be a friend to the Muslim community”.

In an article titled “General Election: Why Jeremy Corbyn is no true friend of Muslims”, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim emphasises that the Labour Party has questions to answer not just about its attitudes towards the Jewish community but also towards the Muslims. Chronicling Corbyn's support to organisations such as Hamas in Palestine, the Iranian regime of Bashar al-Assad, and Milošević’s allies in Kosovo he wrote,

“Corbyn appears to be a friend of Muslims but only if you are the right sort”, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

A Research Professor at the Strategic Studies Institute, in his piece in The Scotsman has criticallyexamined how Jeremy Corbyn “appear to be a friend to the Muslim community”.In an article titled “General Election: Why Jeremy Corbyn is no true...

Lata Mangeshkar ‘doing much better’

After the initial health scare, legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar is now ‘doing much better’, as per a statement released by her team

Qatar Airways may invest in AI if they get right partner

Qatar Airways said it is open to bid for divestment-bound Air India or pick up a stake in IndiGo once the dispute between its founder promoters is sorted out

Chinese firm poised to buy British Steel for £70m

British Steel is set to announce a rescue deal with China’s Jingye Group, potentially safeguarding up to 4,000 jobs in the UK

Shooters ensure record 15 Olympic berths

Indian shooters surpassed their Rio de Janeiro figure of 12 quotas by clinching three more 2020 Olympic berths at the ongoing Asian Championships in Doha

India take series against Bangladesh

Deepak Chahar took six wickets for seven runs as India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in their third and final Twenty20 match to win the closely fought series 2-1 on Sunday

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Indian-origin lady helms important UK Screen Body

  • 19 Aug 2019

Seetha Kumar is the CEO of ScreenSkills, based in central London but operating UK-wide.

Monty's Spin with Monty Panesar

Pink ball makes Indian debut

  • 13 Nov 2019

There is much euphoria around the landmark change in Indian Cricket with the introduction of the first ever day/night Test match. The pink ball will be played for the first time in the India vs Bangladesh match commencing on Friday, 22nd November...

Nayanthara gives a nod for Balaji's next

Last seen in home invasion thriller Kolayuthir Kaalam, Nayanthara has a few interesting projects up her sleeve. And the latest is that Nayanthara has signed up for RJ Balaji's next titled Mookkuthi Amman for the well-written role and the good...

Amala Akkineni to comeback in Kollywood

Amala Akkineni, who made her digital debut with the web series 'High Priestess' this year, is all set to make her comeback in Kollywood

Shezad Khalil: Classic Encounters

Shezad is a creative marketing consultant, working for the independent dance company, Morph Dance Company

Ayush Kejriwal: Reinventing Fashion

Ayush is a master stylist of miscellaneous materials, redefining the meaning of fashion in an ever-changing modern world. His eye-popping creations are an alluring mix of Eastern and Western influences and beyond, and make a bold and radiant...



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