Student society censored at University of Manchester

viagra nasal congestion viagra commercial mlb best school essay writing for hire for phd ohio medicaid xenical https://zacharyelementary.org/presentation/thesis-project-for-ece-students/30/ essay love makes the world go round https://peacerivergardens.org/proof/huffington-post-college-essays/25/ donde puedo comprar viagra en usa thesis statement mccarthyism https://explorationproject.org/annotated/easybus-to-heathrow/80/ i want buy benzhexol follow site follow essay on why i wanted to be a teacher https://amaanahservices.org/support/art-analysis-essays/58/ https://jewishstudies.washington.edu/anytype/charles-nolte-the-oedipus-plays-essay-writing/52/ see url https://cadasb.org/pharmacy/cialis-din/13/ https://willherndon.org/pharmaceutical/does-paxil-and-dexatrim-max-interact/24/ essay concering human understanding see url bill nye the science guy essay episode https://www.pugetsoundnavymuseum.org/paraphrasing/short-essay-french-revolution/24/ can an 18 year old use viagra is paxil used recreationally an essay on the shaking palsy citation x essays transition words hester prynne essays cymbalta parkinsons cataplexy https://eventorum.puc.edu/usarx/cialis-leg-pain/82/ clcv 115 essay exam 36 Earlier this week the Free Speech and Secular Society (FSS) at the University of Manchester planned to display a cover of Charlie Hebdo on its stall at the ‘Refreshers Fair’ in memory of those killed. However, the society was told by the student union that it could not display the magazine, as the fair “was […]

Continue reading

IERA speaker appears at UCL despite ban

Last week Student Rights highlighted the continued promotion of Dawah training events held by the Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA), and the effects they could have on students. IERA is currently barred from operating at University College London (UCL) – yet this has not stopped one of these events from being arranged on campus […]

Continue reading

IERA Dawah training and its effects

This Saturday, a ‘Call of Duty’ Dawah training course taught by Subboor Ahmed, a member of the Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA), will take place at the group’s London offices. Held in association with the Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS), this event was also promoted by London Metropolitan University Islamic Society. It will […]

Continue reading

University halls targeted with anti-Muslim graffiti (Update: Further graffiti reported)

UPDATE 27/01/2015: A further incident of anti-Muslim graffiti has been uncovered at the University of Birmingham, with a message reading “Kill Islam before it kills you” discovered in the ladies toilets of the Guild of Students. That a second incident has followed the first so quickly is deeply concerning, and the university authorities must act […]

Continue reading

Uthman Lateef to speak at University of Birmingham

With the Spring Term barely underway after Christmas at many universities around the country, Student Rights has already logged a number of events featuring extreme or intolerant speakers. As well as tonight’s event at SOAS, this week has seen Wasim Kempson, who has publicly expressed support for a convicted terrorist, invited to speak at the […]

Continue reading

Divisive speakers to address students at SOAS

Entitled ‘The Rise of ISIS: Origin and Reality’, an event at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) on Friday will feature speeches by Abdullah Al-Andalusi and Muhammad Dilwar Hussain. Given their previous output on the subject, it is likely that the speakers will focus on blaming the West for the group’s rise and […]

Continue reading

Anti-Muslim comments reported to police at LSBU

The response to the recent targeting of London South Bank University (LSBU) Islamic Society’s Facebook page with anti-Muslim messages highlights how online hatred can be dealt with. On 1st January Student Rights found an individual had posted publically on two links shared by the Islamic Society, claiming that “Islam is a cancer” and “All Muslims […]

Continue reading