A new report by One Law for All entitled “Siding with the Oppressor: The Pro-Islamist Left” exposes Stop the War Coalition, Respect Party, Unite Against Fascism and individuals such as Ken Livingstone and George Galloway and their agenda and methods.
The report has been written as a companion volume to “Enemies not Allies: The Far-Right”. Like the far-Right which ‘despises’ multiculturalism yet benefits from its idea of difference to scapegoat the ‘other’ and promote its own form of white identity politics, the pro-Islamist Left also uses multiculturalism to side with the oppressor by viewing the ‘Muslim community’ and ‘Muslim world’ as homogeneous entities thereby ignoring and silencing dissenters.
This politics of betrayal sides with the Islamic far-Right and the oppressor. Challenging this perspective is especially important given its wide acceptance as ‘progressive’ in mainstream society.
Any principled point of view must oppose all forms of fascism, including Islamic fascism, and instead side with the countless people, including Muslims, who are fighting and challenging Islamism here in Europe as well as the Middle East, North Africa and the world.
Multiculturalism and Child Protection in Britain: Sharia Law and Other Failures
Another new report by One Law for All entitled “Multiculturalism and Child Protection in Britain: Sharia Law and Other Failures” reveals how a multicultural approach, adopted by local authorities and other public authorities, to child protection is placing children in danger and creating parallel societies.
The report also exposes Sharia tribunals and their increasing authority in the issue of child custody, and questions the impact this has, and is likely to have, on the equal protection of children regardless of race or ethnicity.
Both reports are available for free download on One Law for All’s website. The books are available for purchase at £4.00 from One Law for All.
One Law for All, in partnership with the Lawyers’ Secular Society, are calling on students across Europe to submit essays on the use of Sharia family and criminal law in countries in the EU. The National Secular Society will provide a cash prise for the winning essay.Details on the competition can be found here.
Songs for Freedom and Passion for Freedom Festival
One Law for All is inviting musicians and songwriters to create and submit their original material for a song competition. Song entries should be focused on issues that relate to the work ‘One Law for All’ is engaged with, discussing themes like religion, freedom, secularism, Sharia law, equal rights and religious arbitration. Details of where to submit entries can be found here. The deadline for entries is 31 December.
Passion for Freedom will hold its fifth festival during 2-9 November 2013. Deadline to submit artwork is 20 September 2013. Terms and conditions can be found here.
Events and Speaking Engagements
Maryam Namazie and Anne Marie Waters will be speaking at various conferences and public meetings including Dublin, Manchester, Brighton, Boston and New York. Find out more about our upcoming speaking engagements here.
We look forward to continuing to fight for rights and secularism.
For further information contact:
Anne Marie Waters
One Law for All
BM Box 2387
London WC1N 3XX, UK