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Common Sense Issue Number 37

Islamic Party Guide To Media Control

Media Contacts
Media Ownership
How To Write a Successful Press Release
How To Conduct a Successful Radio Interview

  Download Issue Number 37

          File Size: (87 kb)
          Date Published: (Spring 2003)

 

 

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Bulletins

Since the printed edition of Common Sense has, for the time being, been suspended, there will now be occasional bulletins as and where required to provide information and commentary.

Press Statements

Recent Press Statements from the Islamic Party of Britain.

31/Aug/04 PoliceWatch - a  call for consultation
24/Aug/04 Police assault Muslim in custody for calling them racist
23/Aug/04 Police Arrest son of Islamic Leader
06/Jun/04 Islamic Party Urges Vote for Peace
10/Jun/03 Islamic Party Suspends Activities
25/Jan/03 Finsbury Park Mosque Raid
22/Mar/02 Campaign success - NatWest backs down and donates to party
18/Mar/02 Denial of Banking Services to Islamic Party of Britain
28/Sep/01 American legislation recognizes Jerusalem as capital of Israel
25/Jun/01 Islamic Party of Britain condemns Turkey's closure of Fazilat Party
15/Mar/01 Letter in Support of Kashmir
29/Nov/00 Boycotting of US/Israeli Products
04/Oct/00 Statement on Palestine

Special Publications

The History of Al - Aqsa Mosque (published by Mustaqim Islamic Art & Literature)

A Report on the visit by a Delegation of British Muslims to Occupied Palestine - First Published 1988, Adapted for the Internet August 2001 - By Mustaqim Islamic Art & Literature.

A Fiqh for Freedom, A Law for Liberation by Sahib Mustaqim Bleher (First Published: Common Sense, Issue 15, Milton Keynes, England, 1995)

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