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Dr Abdul Wahid Last week I attended an event in London marking the 10-year anniversary of the American gulag at Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, organised jointly by Cage Prisoners, Islamic Human Rights Commission and Reprieve. [...]
Dr. Abdul Wahid Racism has featured heavily in the UK over the past few weeks. The conviction of two men for the cold-blooded racist murder of Stephen Lawrence 18 years ago has been the most emotive [...]
Dr. Abdul Wahid Imran Khan’s political career has, at least, proved one thing: good intentions, lofty rhetoric and apparent selfless motives alone do not amount to plan to savePakistan. Indeed, these qualities may be about to [...]
This week British Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible – also known in Britain as the ‘Authorised’ version. His remarks that Britain should be proud to [...]
On 18.11.2011, the BBC reported that the team which found that neutrinos may travel faster than light has carried out an improved version of their experiment – and confirmed the result. The details can be read here. [...]
Last week I participated in a panel discussion about the future of the Middle East. It was a lively gathering that brought panelists of extremely different viewpoints before an opinionated and intelligent audience. I didn’t expect [...]