Swaziland crash death toll climbs to 65; Gov’t still mum
31st Aug 2015

Swaziland crash death toll climbs to 65; Gov’t still mum

Death toll from Swaziland’s massive road pile-up, which killed dozens of young girls has been downplayed by Govt.

Sudan: Signs of tension easing between Sudan & US
31st Aug 2015

There are signs of tension easing between US & Sudan in the wake of visit by US Special Envoy to Sudan South Sudan.

Sudan: Signs of tension easing between Sudan & US

Libya: Scores of would-be migrants found dead off Libyan coast
30th Aug 2015

Libyan authorities confirmed discovery of scores of bodies of would-be migrants who appear to have drowned.

Libya: Scores of would-be migrants found dead off Libyan coast

Yemen: After losses, Houthis make gains in Taiz
30th Aug 2015

Following a number of recent reverses, Houthis managed to capture a number of strategic positions.

Yemen: After losses, Houthis make gains in Taiz

Jammu & Kashmir: Eleven killed in India-Pakistan border shelling
29th Aug 2015

Cross-border firing killed at least eleven people on the India-Pakistan frontier.

Jammu & Kashmir: Eleven killed in India-Pakistan border shelling

Austria: ‘More than 70′ bodies, including children, truck tragedy
29th Aug 2015

71 people, including women & children were found dead in back of container truck on one of Austrian highways.

Austria: ‘More than 70′ bodies, including children, truck tragedy

Malaysia: Protesters rally to demand ouster of Malaysian PM
29th Aug 2015

Protesters are gathering in center Kuala Lumpur for a rally demanding institutional reforms & ouster of Prime Minister.

Malaysia: Protesters rally to demand ouster of Malaysian PM

Palestine: Dozens of protesters shot by Israeli army across W Bank
29th Aug 2015

Palestinian journalist was shot and injured with a rubber-coated steel bullet, while another was "abducted".

Palestine: Dozens of protesters shot by Israeli army across W Bank

Yemen: Saudi troops invade northern Yemen
28th Aug 2015

Saudi Arabian troops advanced into Yemen to attack Houthis & forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Yemen: Saudi troops invade northern Yemen

Issue 316 - Friday 28th July 2015 - Top Stories

Safeguarding Muslim children from Daesh and Prevent
28th Aug 2015

Safeguarding Muslim children from Daesh and Prevent

Despite his nods to inequality, Islamophobia and alienation, Cameron’s emphasis on religious ideology or extremism as the crucial element showed Michael Gove’s continuing influence. He went further than before to link the notion of perverted ideology to the official support and promotion of Islamic reform, the indirect conflation of religious conservatism

Muslim charities arbitrarily labelled as terrorists
28th Aug 2015

Muslim charities arbitrarily labelled as terrorists

The world’s most recognised bank check company has been implicated in the arbitrary closure of accounts belonging to a series of UK-registered Muslim charities and individuals after apparently being falsely smeared or associated with terrorism

Editorial

28th Aug 2015

Cameron’s counter terrorism policy demonising the whole Muslim community

There isn’t a week that goes by without another policy from the Government demonising, belittling and condescending Muslims. Misguidedly the Prevent strategy has now been extended to incorporate not just violent but “non-violent extremism”

Other Stories

28th Aug 2015

Legal Corner: Christian dismissed for telling colleague that ‘homosexuality is a sin’ the victim of discrimination

The Employment Tribunal were recently asked to consider a case brought by Miss Mbuyi against her former employer Newpark Childcare (Shepherds Bush) Ltd (Case No 3300656/2014).

28th Aug 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Hidden world of influential Muslim women

Consorts of the Caliphs: Women and the Court of Baghdad. By Ibn al-Sa’i al-Baghdadi, New York: New York University Press. Pp 226. HB. 2015. £19.99

28th Aug 2015

UK-Iran re-establish relations

Exclusive: Interview Iran’s non-resident Charge d’Affaires to the UK -
Mohammad Hassan Habibollahzadeh

28th Aug 2015

Javid ends partial arms ban on Israel over Gaza conflict

Sajid Javid’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills announced on July 14 that it is to lift a partial arms embargo on Israel that was imposed toward the end of last year’s Gaza conflict

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The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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