US drone strikes in Pakistan may amount to “extrajudicial executions or war crimes”, according to an October report by Amnesty International.
It seems that the British Government’s response to most terror related events is to blame the Muslim community and Islam.
Drones have assumed a growing role in warfare at a time when the original concept has become increasingly blurred and distorted over the past two decades.
Leading Conservative Kenneth Clarke has provoked controversy on many occasions during his more than 40+ years as an MP.
Prime Minister, David Cameron, launched interest free start-up and student loans during Eid Al Adha celebrations at Downing Street.
Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, disagreed with the comments Minister Without Portfolio, Kenneth Clarke, made that Muslim woman in a veil was like someone is “in a kind of bag”. “I don’t agree at all with the description of the veil in those terms,” Clegg told The Muslim News. However, he refused to condemn Clarke’s remarks.
Prominent Labour party politicians and supporters came together for a belated Eid celebration in Labour Party Head Quarters in Brewers Green, London.
British Muslims are showing their support for blood donation this month by giving blood to save lives in 10 cities across the UK as part of a nationwide campaign.
Divorcing couples often become trapped in freeze, fight or flight mode when communication between them breaks down. This situation can be made even worse by the stress of attending court, especially where there are financial or childcare arrangements to sort out.
British Bangladeshi NGO Da’watul Islam UK & Eire held its annual Excel Award at the Care House in East London.
UK Hygiene Council has laid claim to the UK being the dirtiest country in Europe as recent research has revealed that a quarter of household kitchens sinks had E.Coli present.
Europe’s relations with Israel has deteriorated to a new low over illegal Israeli settlements and the destruction of EU aid projects for Palestinians, according to EU diplomats.
Academics from across Europe have written to EU Foreign Policy Chief, Baroness Catherine Ashton, voicing their dismay at reports that the EU is to dilute its guidelines on Israeli eligibility for EU funding to the point where they would become worthless.
Muslim countries bore the brunt of the US global wiretapping of computer and telephone surveillance, according to leaked information from National Security Agency data-mining tool known as ‘The Boundless Informant’.
Police confiscated 20,000 kilograms of pork meat disguised as beef which was being sold by a factory in Xi’an, capital of the Shaanxi province in northwest China.
Unilever has been forced to apologise after launching an advert for a skin whitening cream which appeared to offer scholarships to university students with fairer skin.
A 25 year-old student from Ukraine was sentenced at the Old Bailey for 40 years. He admitted the racist murder of 82 year-old Mohammed Saleem as he walked home from his local mosque as well as planting explosives near three West Midlands mosques.
A former Dean of RAF College Cranwell, Professor Joel Hayward, has won substantial libel damages after being branded “The Ayatollah of the RAF” by a national newspaper.
Employers and landlords in Bristol are discriminating against Muslim job applicants and would-be tenants, a BBC undercover investigation was revealed last month.
University of London has been accused of acting “seriously unprofessional and at worst severely Islamophobic” after it barred two Muslim speakers from taking part in a private conference.
UEFA has ordered CSKA Moscow to play its next Champions League match in a partially closed stadium following racist chants by its fans at Manchester City’s Yaya Toure.
An 18-year old French girl alleged of biting a police officer whilst being arrested for wearing a niqab stood steadfast for her beliefs when appearing in court at her appeal wearing the full face veil.
A 46-year-old woman who repeatedly punched a Somali lady wearing a niqab in a racist attack has been fined and ordered to pay compensation.
The issue of reasonable adjustments is one that employers often worry about; it must be borne in mind that whilst disabled employees are given these additional rights, there still needs to be a systematic approach when considering each request for reasonable adjustments to see if they actually assist in remedying disadvantages in the workplace,
Pakistan Fashion Week held its fifth instalment in the fashion capital city of London.
Just by glancing at the title you can immediately see the extreme contrast in Kristiane Baker’s life; the book certainly does not disappoint. Kristiane takes you on a journey; one moment she is partying with the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Geldof the next moment she is praying in front of the Ka’bah.
I write this the day before Remembrance Sunday. The history and poetry of the World Wars was a huge part of both my primary and secondary education and I remember it vividly.
When we think of the honeybee, various things may come to mind; perhaps the sweet syrup we add to our tea upon falling ill, or being painfully stung as a child, yet we may forget their most important purpose - pollination.
Doctors working for US military and intelligence agencies broke international ethics codes and were involved in the torture of detainees in US custody, according to findings by Task Force study released earlier this month
Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been branded an Islamophobe and “a fanatical patriot” after suggesting fear of global Muslim dominance was to blame for the violence against the Rohingya community.
As the flu season approaches a new approach to monitoring flu outbreaks has been introduced as part of the annual Flu survey.
The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on 25 March in central London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.