US-based PLOS Medicine journal estimated that nearly half a million people died from causes that could be associated with the US-led invasion and occupation of Iraq from 2003 to 2011.
Israeli violations against detained Palestinian children are ongoing, despite reassurances by the Israeli Govt to address some of the issues of concern outlined in the UN’s Children’s Fund report that was released back in March of this year
The media can once again be compared to vultures flying in circles around their prey, feeding on the morsels of a right-wing political agenda. This time regurgitating old fears about the traditional Islamic sense of dress and the alleged threat posed to British society and identity
With the recent election of Hassan Rouhani, the new president of Iran, another window of opportunity has opened for Obama to address the 10-year standoff over its nuclear programme. The ball appears to be firmly in the US court to demonstrate that it is capable of playing fair.
A Derby-based Muslim free school has been damned by Ofsted inspectors as “dysfunctional” and rated inadequate in every category.
An Oscar-winning documentary featuring the work of a Birmingham charity has received more accolades in television’s equivalent of the Academy Awards.
Omar Ouladissa was awarded Naz Bokhari Award last month.
MP for Tooting, Sadiq Khan, hosted over thirty local NGOs and charities at a reception in the Houses of Parliament.
A series of three national surveys conducted in Canada reveal a general decline in the population’s favourability towards religions, with Islam faring the worst opinions followed by Sikhism
A Catholic school has been forced to override its uniform policy to comply with European Convention of Human Rights after barring two Muslim schoolboys from classes because they would not shave off their beards.
186 Muslim prisoners are suing the Govt after being served halal food contaminated with pork, claiming their human rights were breached.
Quarter of young Britons said that they do not trust Muslims and feel that the country would be better off without them, a recent poll found.
Just days after leaked documents revealed New York Police Department officials spied on Muslim residents and mosques, calling them “terrorist organisations” - which gives them greater latitude to conduct surveillance - a group of Bronx Muslim teenagers say they were assaulted by police officers for no reason at all
A teenager conspired to carry out a “new Columbine massacre” on Loughborough University, a mosque, council offices, and a cinema, the Old Bailey was told.
A high achieving Blackburn Muslim school has denied it forces its pupils have to wear the headscarf (hijab) outside of school premises.
A Muslim woman was told to get back to her own country twice in a week by a racist yob – despite her being white and British
Two Muslim Tesco workers have won a discrimination case against the supermarket after bosses kept their prayer room locked.
Employers need to consider all applications for flexible working carefully and look at the extent to which they can be accepted.
Slovenian born, Italian educated, London based fashion designer Dorotea Pospihajl is launching her first collection for her brand Dorotea P London. Her designs focus on eclectic traditional Middle Eastern garments with a European twist.
Born in 1975 in Pakistan and brought up in Manchester, England, Halima Cassell’s varied multicultural background is undeniably represented in her work.
I was pleased when Hassan Rouhani became President this year, winning a majority of the votes cast. Already, he has called for talks with the US, although he has (understandably) attached conditions to those talks
Plastics have become a commonplace aspect of modern life, used in food packaging, toys, toiletries, textiles, electronics, and even cars.
In Glasgow a program to vaccinate schoolchildren against the influenza virus has been delayed after an outcry by Muslim parents who found out that the product contains pork gelatine