Anish Patel

Anish Patel is one of those far righters who tries and tries to make a name for himself but them ends up being known for all the wrong reasons. Possibly his career in politics and any credibility he attempts to muster is thwarted by the manner in which he expresses his political opinions… Not exactly […]

Lies, Damned Lies and Tommy Robinson

Twitter erupted last night with the enraged tears of the far right as high profile hater convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon was relocated from his current incarceration in Hull to a jail in the Midlands. Although initial leaked info suggested Tommy had been moved to Leicester jail, the current (as yet unconfirmed) belief is that he […]

The Right to be Openly Atheist

This article has been written by guest writer Laurence Crouch. A valuable piece. We regularly highlight the rights of people of faith but it is equally important that the rights of atheists to their own beliefs are also not overlooked. As I’m sure most readers of this site will agree, hatred, violence and oppression should […]

Vile ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ for a Second Time

This disgusting hate mail was bad enough the first time but this time it is even worse. If anyone knows anything about the author of these leaflets which are once again being sent to Muslim homes and mosques we cannot urge you strongly enough to contact the police and give them any information you have. […]

Prophet Mohammed and Marriage Ages

Articles with a religious focus at Resisting Hate are always written by a practising member of the faith in question so we were delighted to give one of our Muslim members an opportunity to discuss a topic that regularly comes up in debate on social media and which is often used to attack Muslims by […]

Amy Mek

Usually when a Twitter account has a large number of followers it is because they are a high profile individual and frequently seen in the public eye. This rule of thumb is as true for haters as it is for any other Twitter account. Which is why the Twitter account of Amy Mek is such […]

Fighting for the ‘Freedom’ to Hate

For the discerning antifascist liberal, convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s new pro hate video might just be the funniest thing you have seen in years. He is launching promotion for a ‘Day of Freedom’ planned for 6 May in London and for some reason, known only to himself, he decided to use the theme of duct […]

Islam from a Muslim

Thank you to a Resisting Hate member who has taken the time to write this post about the true nature of Islam and why it is never compatiable with terrorism. Islam is the world’s second largest religion yet it is also one of the most misunderstood. For various reasons – be they political, economic, biased […]

Love a Muslim day!

This has come to our attention from a lot of different sources today although as of yet we are not certain who wrote this inspiring piece. In response to a series of hate leaflets sent to Muslims in several different locations across the country some better hearted individuals have created an alternative to the hateful […]

Hate Leaflets Distributed to Incite Islamophobic Hate

It is hard to believe that anybody is so filled with hate that they would go to the time and effort of writing these vile leaflets, getting them printed and distributing them across sections of London. But somebody has. This act of organised hate crime is intended to racialise other extremist far right individuals into […]

Why Am I Resisting Hate?

A very honest account from one of our members about their individual journey to Resisting Hate. Firstly, a confession. I used to be a casual Islamaphobe. I’d have voted yes to ban the hijab. I used to ‘like’ and ‘share’ Biffer memes – because I was ignorant. Because of the people I was friends with, […]

Toni Bugle – MARIAS

Several of our readers are aware of Toni Bugle and a couple of people have asked us to to do a piece on her activity for ‘MARIAS’. Toni runs a group called MARIAS…..or “Mothers Against Radical Islam And Sharia”. While the first part of the title sounds laudable (after all, who wouldn’t be against extremism) […]