Chief Editor – Mohammed Hijab
Mohammed Hijab currently holds four degrees and is completing his fifth (BA in Politics, MA History, (QMUL Uni) MA Islamic Studies (SOAS Uni) MTH Applied Theology (Univ of Oxford), PhD Phil of Religion) and has reported on issues such as:
Indian Minority Muslim Rights
Anti- Far Right Stances within the West Using his social media platforms, he is one of Britain’s most vocal, influential and controversial figure relating to these matters of activism.
2017 – interviewed Rohingya women who were victims of major sexual assault and other victims.
2018 – Hijab had had his job as a secondary school teacher terminated following a brutal beating he received at the hands of multiple far right extremists (one of whom was convicted in court) in a Tommy Robinson event.
2021 – Hijab gave a rousing speech outside of the Chinese embassy wherein which he challenged the Chinese government. This speech was one of the most viral of its kind in recent times.
2021 – Hijab accused of Anti-Semitism and is interviewed by the BBC in an interview where he advocated a position of tolerance and co-existence. He fully rejected that anti-Zionism is equivalent to anti-Semitism.
2022- Hijab made a series of speeches in Leicester following violence from armed Hindutva group. This received major media attention in India and the UK where Hijab was accused of ‘inciting violence’ despite not making any remarks which would indicate offensive physical action. Hijab responds by initiating legal action against the Spectator, Douglas Murray and the Telegraph for defamation of character