Have your say
Back to index
Inquiry snub 'baffles' top Muslim
07-07-2006A leading Muslim has said he is "baffled" at the decision not to hold a public inquiry into the July 7 terror attacks.
UK defends Mideast policy on 7/7 anniversary
07-07-2006Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett has said that Britain had improved its relations with Muslim countries following last July's London bombings.
Remembering the first anniversary of the London bombings
06-07-2006The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) and Churches Together in Britain and Ireland have issued a joint statement ahead of the first anniversary of the London bombings on 7 July.
UK poll used to demonise Muslims ahead of 7/7 anniversary
04-07-2006Muslim leaders are questioning the findings of a new poll that is being used to demonise the UK's 1.8 million community ahead of this week's anniversary of last year's London bombing.
One year on -- UK prepares to commemorate 7/7 bombings
03-07-2006Preparations are underway to arrange a series of national events to commemorate the first anniversary of the London bombings this Friday.
Government learnt nothing from London attacks - security expert
19-05-2006The UK government is in a 'state of denial' over any links between last year's London bombing and the Iraq war, according to a leading security expert.
UK orders urgent review of Islamic study courses
16-05-2006The British government is ordering an urgent review of university Islamic courses in its latest crackdown in the `war on terrorism'.
London bombings not linked to Al-Qa'idah, says UK intelligence
11-05-2006The UK's parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) confirmed that police have not uncovered any evidence of direct links between last year's terrorist bombings in London and the Al-Qa'idah network.
Show ‘roles and responsibility for Muslims in Britain’
08-05-2006A national grass roots initiative has been launched with the aim of addressing the real issues facing British Muslims and exploring their roles in modern day Britain.
Muslim tells Christians 'War on Terror' seems like 'War on Islam'
19-03-2006A Muslim leader from an area connected with two of the London suicide bombers has told Christians that many Muslims feel the 'War on terror' is really a war against Islam.
London bombs inspire Indian film
Straw links Israel's nuclear arms with Iran
Muslim wins libel payout
Event to tackle Muslim concerns hailed a success
London bombings hit British views on Islam
UK foreign policy 'key' to tackling terror, say Muslim advisors
Police presence as bomb murderer buried
UK church questions why gov't targets places of worship
Anti terror laws show lessons of Northern Ireland have not been learnt
In full: Lord Carlile report on Terrorism Bill
UK presses ahead with new sweeping terror legislation
London mayor leads opposition to new anti-terror laws
UK seeks powers to close mosques
London antiterror Chief: Devt of Muslim contacts too slow
Oxford Muslims condemn suicide bombings
Ministers and Muslims at odds on tackling terror
Police search homes in bomb probe
London Assembly seeks to learn lessons from bombing attacks
Meeting: concern plans will demonise law-abiding Muslims
'Don't turn away' bomber families
Muslim leaders oppose ban on Hizb ut-Tahrir
Mohammad Sidique Khan's text in full of the videotape
London bomber video aired on TV
Muslims appeal for understanding
Straw plays down terrorism warning over Iraq war
London bomber for avenging brother's death
POSSIBLE TERROR LINK: Police arrest man sought by Britain
Muslims suffer double stress rates from London bombings
Two racist attacks on tandoori restaurant
Deportation warning angers Clarke