For the second time, Prime Minister, David Cameron, has tarnished the image of British Muslims abroad after previously using a speech on radicalisation and “Islamist extremism” in Munich in February 2011.
In its latest misguided policy, the British Government is planning to send Muslim soldiers into schools to challenge Muslim children about their patriotism rather than address the abuse, attacks and victimisation suffered following the Woolwich murder.
Prime Minister David Cameron insists that he condemns all form of terrorism after remaining silent in the aftermath of a series of attacks on mosques in West Midlands last month, The Muslim News exclusively reports.
Prime Minister David Cameron has declined to condemn recent terrorist attacks targeted at three mosques in West Midlands. The Prime Minister is “concerned by the recent events”, a spokesman for Downing Street replied when asked Monday by the Editor of The Muslim News, Ahmed J Versi, why the Prime Minister had not condemned the attacks
Over 500 people celebrated the Eleventh The Muslim News Awards for Excellence – Britain’s longest standing Muslim awards event – Monday, at London’s Grosvenor House. The coveted award ceremony recognised the very best of Muslim contribution to British society.
Over 500 people will be attending the coveted The Muslim News Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner on Monday 25 March in central London to what is promised to be an unforgettable celebration of Muslim talent and their contributions to British … Continued
The coveted The Muslim News Awards for Excellence has published shortlist of unsung Muslim heroes of 2013. A diverse and independent panel of judges has brought us closer to what is promised to be an unforgettable celebration of Muslim talent and dedication to British society.
A record of 65 Muslim Olympians won medals at London 2012, led by Somali-born Mo Farah, the first Briton to win Gold in the 10,000m, while earning his place in history by also winning the 5,000m crown.
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