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Finsbury Attack: It’s Time To Challenge Extremism Robustly

The horrific attack on Muslims last night outside an Islamic community centre and nearby mosque is a reprehensible crime fuelled by ignorance and hate. WARN condemns the attack and the ideology that was apparently behind...

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How we take on the terrorist threat in our homes and neighbourhoods

The whole country has been left stunned and horrified by the recent attacks in Westminster, Manchester and now London Bridge. What other cities and countries have experienced at the hands of Daesh has now come...

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International Women’s Day: A Time to Focus on the Plight of Yazidi Women Fighting Back

It seems salient on International Women’s Day to remember the thousands of women who have been abused by Daesh in Syria and Iraq. The terrorist militants have destroyed the lives of a huge number of...

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Extremely British Muslims Proves Faith and Culture are not the Same

There was a moment in the opening episode of Extremely British Muslims, which debuted on Channel 4 last night, that has stuck with us: ‘You girls are very choosy.’ Last night’s episode followed three young...

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The Community Funded Rebuilding of a Yazidi Shrine Destroyed by Daesh is Inspirational

An incredible story of resilience, sprit and hope is emerging from the Yazidi township of Babire that is sending a soaring symbol of hope into the skies of Iraq. After the genocide, brutality and savagery...

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Daesh’s Abuse of Women is Indiscriminate: A New Report Reveals Rape of Muslim Arab Women

In the spring of 2016, WARN reported on the unanimous vote by British MPs to condemn Daesh’s brutal savagery against Yazidis and Christians in Iraq as genocide. Later in the year, we wrote about human...

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Meet the Inspiring Women Working to Mend a Liberated Mosul

At the Women Against Radicalisation Network (WARN), one of our missions is to empower women to educate future generations, inspire agents of change and protect the vulnerable against the evils of radicalisation. We believe that...

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Muslims Like Us reveals the growing threat of sectarianism in the UK

How difficult can it be to say the following words: I don’t think Muslims should be killed just because they are Shia? Well, very difficult if you’re of the Islamist persuasion it would seem. On...

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