Societies and Associations
Organisation: Britain First
Britain First is a patriotic political party and street movement that opposes and fights the many injustices that are routinely inflicted on the British people.
Our policies are pro-British, our approach is no-nonsense and our principles are not open to compromise.
We love our people, our nation, our heritage and culture and will defend them at all times and no matter what odds we face.
The Britain First movement is not just a normal political group, we are a patriotic resistance and “frontline” for our long suffering people.
Organisation: Gatestone Institute International Policy Council
Gatestone Institute, a non-partisan, not-for-profit international policy council and think tank is dedicated to educating the public about what the mainstream media fails to report in promoting:
- Institutions of Democracy and the Rule of Law;
- Human Rights
- A free and strong economy
- A military capable of ensuring peace at home and in the free world
- Energy independence
- Ensuring the public stay informed of threats to our individual liberty, sovereignty and free speech.
Organisation: The Henry Jackson Society
The Henry Jackson Society is a cross-partisan, British-based think-tank. Our founders and supporters are united by a common interest in fostering a strong British and European commitment towards freedom, liberty, constitutional democracy, human rights, governmental and institutional reform and a robust foreign, security and defence policy and transatlantic alliance.
Organisation: Sharia Watch UK
Sharia Watch UK is not concerned with the personal and private elements of sharia, which all people have a right to practice provided they do not break the law. We are concerned only with the criminal and political elements of sharia law, and we aim to inform the reader of what these are and how they are currently manifested in Britain.
Sharia Watch UK is particularly concerned with the elements of sharia law which are discriminatory and violent towards women and girls, and which endanger and threaten the democratic principle of freedom of speech. We are also deeply concerned about the attitude towards non-Muslims, Jews and others that is enshrined in sharia law and expressed through notions of Islamic supremacism.
We aim to demonstrate that sharia law is being utilised in Britain in ways that are deeply damaging to women’s rights and the rights of children. We further aim to demonstrate that sharia-adherent restrictions on free speech have been mainstreamed in the UK and the threat that this poses.
Finally, Sharia Watch UK will highlight and examine organisations in the UK which are promoting and extending the power of sharia law in Britain.
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Name: Sanity for Sweden
Name: Swedish Surveyor
Scrutinizing politically correct madness for the masses.
Name: A Swede Speaks
Name: Pat Condell
Name: Poland & Hungary FIGHT The EU | Migrant Redistribution Plan | Legal Threats
Name: Paris Isn’t Paris Anymore | A Story About The Last Time I Visited Paris
Rest of the World
Name: Europe is finished. Nothing can save it now.
Name: Tim Pool: INSIDE A “NO GO ZONE” IN MALMO, SWEDEN
Name: Roaming Millenial
Name: Returning Irregular Migrants: Challenges and Pitfalls
Name: Sweden: venitism – Basil Venitis
Rest of the World
Name: Florian at Heise Says
Name: Somi Tempo
Name: Abeer Mishkhas
A writer and journalist living in UK. She is interested in women’s issues in Saudi Arabia, as well as the arts and culture in general and a keen traveller. She also worked at the English daily Arab News in Jeddah and was in charge of the weekly section. Abeer had a column on the opinion page which focused mainly on women issues. She interviewed the first Shura women members and was the first female film director and female lawyer. Abeer also regularly collaborates with pioneering Saudi artists.
Name: Fabius Maximus
Name: Nesrine Malik
Title: Islam in the West – Key Issues in Multiculturalism
Authors: Max Farrar, Yasmin Valli
This book contributes to understanding of the contemporary relationship between Muslims and the Western societies in which they live, focusing particularly on the UK. Chapters reflect on the nature of multiculturalism, as well as a wide range of specific aspects of daily life, including religious dialogue, gender, freedom of speech and politics.
Title: Is Islam at Threat to Europe’s Multicultural Democracies?
Author: Bhikhu Parekh
Many people in Europe think that Islam is inherently incompatible with multicultural democracy, and that it poses a long-term threat to Europe. They point to the obvious fact that very few Muslim societies are democratic, and conclude that the reasons for this must lie in the inherently undemocratic character of Islam. They also point to the Muslim rhetoric that is suffused with hatred of the West and of modernity itself, and conclude that Muslims cannot be good citizens of Western democracies. In this paper I question this view. To avoid abstract generalizations and shallow sweeping remarks that characterize much of the debate on this subject, I shall closely examine the concrete case of Britain. Since Britain is typical of much of Europe both in its democratic culture and its Muslim population, the conclusions I arrive at in relation to it broadly hold true for the rest of Europe as well.
Title: Swedish diversity policy – a critique from the left
Author: Göran Adamson
Adamson describes what the term “diversity” actually means when used in public debate. He is also highly critical of the politisation of Swedish universities, and above all the implementation of multiculturalism as an unquestionable ideology. Adamson’s thesis is that multiculturalism is “a conservative idea taken to be progressive” and that nationalists and multiculturalists in reality share the same fundamental views.
Title: Multiculturalism in Europe