Bruce Kent; The Passing of a Peace Icon

Bruce Kent; The Passing of a Peace Icon

It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing away of one of the great activists of our time, Bruce Kent. A man of great warmth who exuded charm and personified the essence of faith in his considerable stands against injustice and oppression, Bruce Kent was...

Policy Exchange report and a government rattled

Policy Exchange report and a government rattled

Policy Exchange is no average research centre cum Think Tank. It’s a conservative base that has long been identified as the most vociferous mouthpiece for Neo-Conservativism in the UK, and therefore it comes as no surprise that it got the former Prime Minister, David...

INSIGHTS: Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Battle for the Soul of Europe

INSIGHTS: Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Battle for the Soul of Europe

WELCOME to part two of the first edition of Insights this year, focusing on Bosnia and Herzegovina. Following Dr Dževada Šuško’s exploration of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s 500-year history of peaceful, and often courageous, Jewish-Muslim coexistence; in this issue,...

Celebration Genocide – Beijing 2022

Celebration Genocide – Beijing 2022

The spectacle of the Chinese regime preparing to open the largest winter sports carnival in the world, with its crimes against Uyghur Muslims continuing unabated, is obscene to say the very least. The political posturing of the US, UK and European governments,...

Farewell to our friend and supporter, Prof Robert Crane

Farewell to our friend and supporter, Prof Robert Crane

The Cordoba Foundation is saddened to hear of the passing of Professor Robert Dickson Crane, also known as Faruq 'Abd al Haqq, on Sunday 12th of December 2021. Professor Crane was a long-term friend and avid supporter of The Cordoba Foundation, for which he seldom...

The death of an icon in the struggle against injustice

The death of an icon in the struggle against injustice

On Saturday 19th of June, Alaa Al-Siddiq, daughter of UAE political prisoner Mohammed Abdulrazzaq Al-Siddiq, died in a car accident in Oxfordshire. Regardless of the outcome of the police investigation, Alaa was a true icon of the fight against injustice, and a rising...

Time for Prevent to be scrapped

Time for Prevent to be scrapped

The Cordoba Foundation has always seen the government’s strategy to counter terrorism and extremism, coined Prevent, as one which was found upon positive objectives, but has been sullied by years of misuse and politicking. On numerous occasions, The Cordoba Foundation...

POST-CORONA: TRANSFORMATIVE LANDSCAPES AND SHIFTING PRIORITIES

POST-CORONA: TRANSFORMATIVE LANDSCAPES AND SHIFTING PRIORITIES

BACKGROUND AND AIMS This project seeks to study the major changes and transformations that are forecast to take place around the world as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic, and how those are likely to impact major conflicts and crises, particularly in the MENA...

The Sun chooses scandal over human rights

The Sun chooses scandal over human rights

The Cordoba Foundation Media Release 4 March, 2019 The Sun chooses scandal over human rights In an article published on the 28th of February titled: “Corbyn ally Emily Thornbury gives talk to extremist-linked Muslim Brotherhood group”, The Sun chose to stir scandal...

Uighurs Protest Invitation

Uighurs Protest Invitation

International Observatory of Human Rights Protests the Unlawful Detention of +1 million Uyghurs in Re-Education Camps in China 5 February 2019 The International Observatory of Human Rights will join the Uyghur community in London outside the Chinese Embassy at 5pm on...

Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

Muslims are projected to increase as a share of Europe's population  even with no future migration.   In recent years, Europe has experienced a record influx of asylum seekers fleeing conflicts in Syria and other predominantly Muslim countries. This wave of...