Islam and war: index of articles by Nick Megoran

Islamophobia is an anti-war issue
A talk given at a Tyneside Stop the War Coalition public meeting on 'Islamophobia in the media', October 2010, Newcastle University.

Islamic protest march - the extremists are being heard only because we are keeping silent . A letter published in The Times on January 7th 2010, commenting on anger at one Muslim group's plans to protest at the public mourning in Wootton Bassett of British soldiers killed in Afghanistan

Should we ban Hizb ut-Tahrir?
A letter to the Guardian on the UK government's August 2005 announcement that it would ban the Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir. A response to my letter is also included.

'Biography of Afghan hero provides lessons for current readers'
Review of Easwaran, Eknath Nonviolent Soldier of Islam: Badshah Khan, A Man to Match His Mountains (2nd edition). Remarkable story of Abdul Ghaffar Khan, 'the frontier Ghandhi', who led nonviolent opposition to British occupation of Pakistan. His life demonstrates that even supposedly 'warlike' people can, with training and conviction, be transformed into a nonviolent force for peace and justice. Published at Eurasianet Culture (Washington: OSI), May 2002