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21 January, 2015

Comment on Charlie Hebdo killings

Article by Barbara Down in Newcastle Evening Chronicle of 19 January 2015
Article by Barbara Down in Newcastle Evening Chronicle of 19 January 2015
Three commentaries have been produced in response to the recent attack on the Paris based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, as well as one of them appearing in the local press.

Ten ways to protect the honour of the blessed Prophet Muhammad (S) was submitted by Imam Ajmal Masroor, who is Co-founder and Chief Communications Officer at Alchemiya Media Limited. He partnered with IofC in a series of courses for young European Muslims in Caux, Switzerland on the theme, Learning to be a Peacemaker.

Do we have freedom to offend? John Munro, who is 'passionate about the power of the printed word to change people’s thinking', writes that in Britain we do have the right to belittle, to mock, to insult, but we must accept the possible consequences of our actions. 

Where did we go wrong? was written by Barbara Down, who is the website manager for this website, and a shortened version of her article was printed in the Newcastle Chronicle on 19 January.

 

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