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Four children killed on the beach by Israeli air force deliberately 16 july

Palestinian child killed by Israeli indiscriminate bombing

Palestinian children crying for loss of their parents in Gaza killed by Israeli indiscriminate bombing

Mother reacting when told one of the children killed on the beach by Israeli air force was her son

5 month old baby killed on 18 July by Israeli indiscriminate bombing

Traumatised Palestinian children who lost their family members killed by Israeli indiscriminate bombing

Large number of Palestinian bodies lie in streets of Shujayea Gaza after Israel's indiscriminate bombing Sunday

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Palestine: Dozens feared dead as Israel shells UN shelter in Beit Hanoun
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: Dozens feared dead as Israel shells UN shelter in Beit Hanoun

UNRWA received no warning before Israeli forces shelled a Beit Hanoun school that was serving as a shelter earlier in afternoon killing many.

Palestine: 21 Palestinians killed in early dawn strikes in Gaza
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: 21 Palestinians killed in early dawn strikes in Gaza

Israeli army continues its massive bombings against entire Palestinian population in Gaza killing 21 civilians in early dawn hours, Thursday, and wounding dozens.

Palestine: List of 662 Palestinians killed by Israeli bombings since 8 July
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: List of 662 Palestinians killed by Israeli bombings since 8 July

List of 662 Palestinians killed by Israeli assault on Gaza since July 8. At least 4520 have been injured.

Palestine:  Hamas leader: We are ready for a ceasefire if Gaza siege is lifted
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: Hamas leader: We are ready for a ceasefire if Gaza siege is lifted

Hamas' political chief Khaled Meshaal said they were ready to accept a ceasefire with Israel if it agreed to lift crippling blockade on Gaza.

Palestine: UNRWA school bombed by Israel as feared
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: UNRWA school bombed by Israel as feared

An UNRWA school that has been sheltering Palestinian refugees in central Gaza came under Israeli fire as feared by relief workers

Palestine: Fifteen more Palestinians killed in Gaza
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: Fifteen more Palestinians killed in Gaza

Israeli army continued its bombing of Palestinian communities in different part of Gaza, targeting homes and civilian structures, killed thirteen.

India: Shiv Sena MP caught force-feeding fasting Muslim employee, sparks outrage
24th Jul 2014

India: Shiv Sena MP caught force-feeding fasting Muslim employee, sparks outrage

Parliament erupted in anger after television footage showed a Shiv Sena leader apparently trying to force-feed a Muslim man during Ramadan.

Palestine:  Israeli bomings on Gaza continues to claim civilians lives
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: Israeli bomings on Gaza continues to claim civilians lives

Israeli army continued its bombing of entirely civilian, densely populated areas in Gaza, causing death and injuries of dozens of civilians.

Iraq: UN Secretary-General meets Ayatullah Al-Sistani for the first time in Najaf
24th Jul 2014

Iraq: UN Secretary-General meets Ayatullah Al-Sistani for the first time in Najaf

'I expressed to His Eminence how deeply moved I was by his consistent calls for all sides to refrain from sectarian or ethnic rhetoric.'

Pakistan: Allama Talib Jauhri’s son-in-law shot dead in Karachi
24th Jul 2014

Pakistan: Allama Talib Jauhri’s son-in-law shot dead in Karachi

Lawyer Mubarak Ali Kazmi was shot dead in Karachi as violence in different parts of the city claimed four lives including that of a woman.

Palestine: 73 Palestinians killed on Wed in Gaza, total death toll at 695
24th Jul 2014

Palestine: 73 Palestinians killed on Wed in Gaza, total death toll at 695

Unceasing Israeli attacks on Gaza left 73 Palestinians dead on Wed, bringing death toll since beginning of Israel's offensive on the Strip to 695.

Top Stories from the Newspaper - Issue 302: Top Stories: Friday 27th June 2014

Inspections of Birmingham schools found no evidence of extremism
27th Jun 2014

Inspections of Birmingham schools found no evidence of extremism

A “Trojan Horse” saga has dominated our air waves for some time causing charged debates on the issue of “British values”. However, the report on schools suspected of being part of the plot was finally published on June 9 by Ofsted. To the relief of many, especially the Muslim community, the Ofsted report said that there was no evidence of extremism nor of extremists trying to take over schools.

Female Muslim student murdered in suspected hate crime
27th Jun 2014

Female Muslim student murdered in suspected hate crime

Nahid al-Mane, a 31 year-old female student at the University of Essex, received 16 knife wounds to her head, neck and back on June 17 as she was going to the university.

Editorial

27th Jun 2014

No evidence found of extremism or Muslim takeover of schools

It is a common cliché to suggest that things often get worse before they get better. This certainly seems to be the case, regarding the treatment of Muslims in Britain.

Other Stories

26th Jun 2014

Exclusive: Newly elected Muslim Councillors

The Muslim News has exclusively compiled a list of newly elected Muslim Councillors elected on May 22. This list includes Muslim councillors elected in all 32 London boroughs, all 36 metropolitan boroughs, 74 second-tier district authorities, 20 unitary authorities in England.

27th Jun 2014

Ramadan messages: political leaders

Ramadan messages from the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, Leader of the Labour Party, Shadow Justice Secretary, First Minister of Scotland and First Minister of Scotland

27th Jun 2014

China crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang

On the morning of May 22, two vehicles were crashed into a market in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, reportedly killing 39 people and injuring at least 90.

27th Jun 2014

A third of adults in England have pre-diabetes

More than a third of adults in England are on the cusp of developing type-2 diabetes, according to a recent report in the British Medical Journal.

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