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iERA’s Statement and Advice on the London Attacks

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Last night London was attacked by cowardly terrorists. While hundreds of thousands of Muslims in London were breaking their fasts, praying and engaging in spiritual reflection, three men attacked innocent civilians, killing seven. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families and friends. We would like to ask all people of good will, […]

iERA Responds to ICM Survey: ‘What Do British Muslims Really Think?’

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On Monday 11th April 2016, the market research company ICM published the findings of a juniper survey on Muslim opinions, which will coincide with a Channel 4 documentary entitled ‘What do British Muslims really think?’ tomorrow (Wednesday 13th April 2016) at 10pm . 1,081 Muslims participated in the survey, and there were some interesting findings, […]

iERA calls for calm at a time of widespread violence

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In light of today’s terrorist attacks in Brussels, as well as the recent atrocities in Turkey, Nigeria and the ongoing crimes against humanity in Syria and Palestine, the Islamic Education and Research Academy (iERA) stress that we strongly condemn all acts of indiscriminate violence, terrorism and the killing of innocent people. iERA is saddened by […]

Full House for Islam and Reformation Debate

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On Friday 26th February 2016, iERA held its fourth ‘Don’t Hate, Debate!’ on ‘Does Islam Need A Reformation?’ More than 200 people packed out the prestigious Hallam Conference Centre to listen to this important debate affecting Muslim living in the UK and beyond. As expected, the debate consisted of many areas of disagreement between the […]