Ghanem Nuseibeh

Ghanem Nuseibeh became Chairman of Muslims Against Anti Semitism in May 2018. Born in 1977, he comes from an old Jerusalem Muslim family who are custodians of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Ghanem has been a campaigner for interfaith and anti extremism work for over 2 decades, where at university he led the UK’s first Muslim-Jewish interfaith group and contributed to the 1997 Report on Extremism on Campus in Read more

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Elizabeth Arif-Fear

Elizabeth is a young British Muslim and award-winning writer and activist, passionate about protecting human rights and strengthening interfaith cohesion, in particular Jewish-Muslim relations. Elizabeth remains committed to fighting antisemitism and providing platforms for more nuanced views of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, free from antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate. She is Founder and Director of the human rights and interfaith organisation Voice of Salam, a member and local co-chair of the Jewish-Muslim Read more

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Wasiq Wasiq

Wasiq is a U.K. based academic. He specialises in the fields of academia, law and terrorism and has written extensively on these subjects for both national and international publications. In addition to this, Wasiq has appeared on national and international broadcast media such as LBC, RT News and CGTN to offer his expert opinion. Wasiq is a Muslim and was born in Pakistan and came to the U.K. when he Read more

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Anti-Semitism: The Trap Muslims Fall Into When Discussing Israel And Palestine

Background I was asked to write a piece on the sensitive topic of Israel and Palestine and how some Muslims seem to find themselves reciting anti-semitic tropes when discussing the issue. At first, I was reluctant to agree to it, given that such a sensitive topic would be received both positively and negatively from most people on either side of the divide. However, I felt that if this issue wasn’t Read more

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Shalom, Salaam- An Imam and a Rabbi discuss Jewish-Muslim relations

Muslims Against Antisemitism (MAAS) are delighted to host the above event with Kingston Liberal Synagogue (KLS) On Tuesday 26th November 2019, from 7.30pm At MAAS we welcome the opportunity to work with such an active, open and thriving community as KLS, who are allies of ours in the fight against all forms of hate, including hate against Jews and Muslims. The event, coming soon after the end of the 2019 Read more

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Salma Yaqoob reflects the grip of antisemitism over the Labour Party

There have been calls from many in the Jewish community, The Board of Deputies of British Jews (BOD) and others for the suspension of the Labour Mayoral candidate for Birmingham, Salma Yaqoob. The response is covered in a Jewish Chronicle article here and you can see the response from the Board of Deputies, President Marie van der Zyl below. Ms van der Zyl called Yaqoob’s claim that Israelis are European Read more

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PITTSBURGH TREE OF LIFE ANNIVERSARY STATEMENT FROM MUSLIMS AGAINST ANTISEMITISM

On Saturday 27THNovember 2018, shortly after the Shabbat service started at 9.45am at Pittsburgh Tree Life Synagogue, led by Rabbi Jeffrey Hill, an individual with the sole aim of murdering as many Jews as possible defiled what should be a place of holy sanctuary, peace and joy by shooting dead 11 Jewish people. What happened in Pittsburgh was not an isolated incident.It pains us deeply to say it, but due Read more

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Standing up to Antisemitism: It’s not always easy, but always necessary

Please listen to Elizabeth Arif-Fear’s personal story that will provide you with an insight into the horrors of antisemitism. It’s an emotional, raw account, which as fellow human beings we should all be able to relate to in the spirit of humanity. We have also included the antisemitic abuse Elizabeth received on Twitter and how people seeing this spoke out in support of her. Here you see the picture Liz Read more

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What antisemitism feels like

What antisemitism feels like  “Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.” IHRA Working definition of antisemitism Since Jews lived on this earth they’ve been hated, mocked, laughed at, disliked and seen as nefarious controllers of the world just because Read more

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We will not succumb to Hate

We will not succumb to hate In the last 8 months the world has seen a wave of violent attacks on faiths. They have been attacks at the heart of our communities intending to divide us, inspire more hate and more attacks of the same. In October of last year eleven people were killed in the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the United States.[1] The terrorist opened fire Read more

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