My Thoughts on UK Airstrikes in Syria

Over the past few days, I've been understandably queried on my views regarding whether Britain should bomb Daesh (ISIL) positions in Syria. In addition, some people have been asking me to protest against the bombing. Last night, MPs overwhelming voted to bomb Daesh in Syria. Now I do understand where critics of the bombing campaign…Read more My Thoughts on UK Airstrikes in Syria

Remember the Shaheeds…

Remember the brave Shaheeds who went before us, fighting for Liberty, Justice and Security for our Human Family. May their sacrifices never be forgotten. "But do not think of those that have been slain in God's cause as dead. Nay, they are alive! With their Sustainer have they their sustenance, exulting in that [martyrdom] which…Read more Remember the Shaheeds…

Remembrance Day & British Muslims

By Paul S Armstrong While reading a newspaper article to mark Remembrance Day, I noticed reference was made to a despicable demonstration against the event. I would like to draw attention to the way this was reported, "Muslims protesters burn poppies at a Remembrance Day event in Kensington, west London". While it may be true that…Read more Remembrance Day & British Muslims

Wolverhampton Armed Forces Day

Armed Forces Day is Saturday 26 June 2010. The day is an annual opportunity for the nation to show support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, and from veterans to cadets. Across the country people are getting involved: communities are holding local…Read more Wolverhampton Armed Forces Day

Respect Our Armed Forces

As an Englishman of the Muslim faith, I'm doubly disgusted by the actions of a minority of insensitive extremists, who protested in the name of my religion against the British Armed Forces in Luton. Together with the vast majority of British Muslims, I find their actions utterly despicable! Contrary to the false view these extremists…Read more Respect Our Armed Forces