A new coalition of community groups is being launched later in a bid to tackle on-street grooming of children by gangs. In the aftermath of recent child sex abuse trials, leading Muslim and child protection organisations are launching CAASE in Bradford. It is being led by the Islamic Society of Britain and anti-racism campaign group Hope Not Hate with the aim of mobilising campaigns against grooming, producing training material for faith leaders and creating local groups to work on tackling street grooming in areas where it is a problem. There has been a great deal of debate since[.....]
A place where a ‘hijab’ is as welcome as bangers and mash
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We are all citizens in a strong and proud nation, but one that can be more integrated.
A good Muslim should be a good citizen.
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