In the run up to the election period, Britons have been subjected to yet another round of Islamophobic scaremongering. Story after story would have us believe that extremist Muslims have taken over a number of state schools in Birmingham as part of an organised plot to take control
What needs to be investigated is the source of the dirty ‘Trojan Horse’ dossier which appears to have been sexed up in a much similar way as the ill-founded justification for the Iraq War.
An estimated 897 Muslim candidates took part in the local council elections in England, according to statistics exclusively compiled by The Muslim News.
UK Govt has been accused of evading international law after it granted temporary diplomatic immunity to Israel’s Justice Minister, Tzipi Livni, during her visit to London.
Caridon Property won the prestigious Best Service Provider in the Private Rent Housing Sector 2014 award.
An educational foundation set up in honour of first-ever British Muslim secondary school Headteacher in UK has won Prime Minister’s Big Society Award.
The people who we should target in a time of economic uncertainty are, of course, not immigrants, the poor and the sick, but the great and the good; those who don’t pay their taxes and then justify it using the law.
For the first time in Indian political history the ruling party of the country will have no Muslim Members of Parliament in the Lok Sabha.
UK Govt computers were used to edit Wikipedia page about veils, it has emerged, including a sentence which proclaimed that “all Muslims are terrorists”.
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Touré believes he is not regarded as one of the best players in the world because he is from Africa.
Christian gangs looted a mosque in Central African Republic after some of the last remaining besieged Muslims in the capital were escorted out of the city by African and French peacekeepers.
Muslim leaders have called for greater protection of places of worship following the latest in a series of mosque “invasions” in England and Scotland by an anti-Muslim group.
BBC has denied censoring a controversial BNP cartoon featuring leering Muslim gangs as its party political broadcast, after the party decided to submit a substitute 4 minute clip of a BNP campaigner alleging censorship.
A Canadian Muslim woman is suing two people and a web site because she claims they said defamatory things about her after she appeared on a TV show to defend her right to wear the hijab.
A court in the German state of Bavaria has banned a pupil from wearing a face veil (niqab) during lessons, rejecting her argument that she had a constitutional right to do so.
A teenage girl and a man have been found guilty of throwing bacon into Edinburgh Central Mosque.
Many people in the seven European Union nations surveyed express negative views about minority groups in their country.
Employers need to be aware of the detail of National Minimum Wage Regulations to ensure that where they employ workers outside of the ‘normal’ work patterns, they still comply with their obligations to pay the NMW and are also aware of when the NMW need not be paid.
This is the first volume of collected scholarly articles to be published in the Palgrave Macmillan series titled Islamic Theology, Law and History
Dr Mohammed Naseem, founder and long term Chairman of Birmingham Central Mosque, died aged 90 in Birmingham.
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have received increased media attention over the last year due to controversial bills introduced in the US to label them as well as conflicting views by countries in the European Union as to their safety.
One partner having a serious illness can undoubtedly put a strain on a marriage, but a study from America has suggests that if it is the wife that falls ill it can significantly increase the couple’s risk of filing for a divorce.
A new study has now revealed that chemicals in everyday products including suntan lotions, toothpaste, soap and plastic toys could be damaging human sperm.