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Palestine: 3,500 Palestinians killed during Netanyahu premiership
17th Sep 2020

Palestine: 3,500 Palestinians killed during Netanyahu premiership

During premiership of Benjamin Netanyahu 3,500 Palestinians, incl women & children, were killed, thousands injured by Israeli forces.

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Libya: 24 migrants die as boat sinks off Libyan coast
16th Sep 2020

24 refugees died, 45 survived, when rubber boat sank on the Mediterranean Sea near Libya.

Libya: 24 migrants die as boat sinks off Libyan coast

Palestine: Israel to demolish mosque in Jerusalem
15th Sep 2020

Israel issued demolition order for a mosque in Silwan town in east Jerusalem for "lack of a construction permit," according to local residents.

Palestine: Israel to demolish mosque in Jerusalem

Pakistan reopen schools, universities, as Covid-19 shows downward trend
14th Sep 2020

Schools & universities across Pakistan will reopen from Tue, ending 6-month closure due to coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistan reopen schools, universities, as Covid-19 shows downward trend

Pakistan urges ASEAN to speak out against Islamophobia
13th Sep 2020

Pakistan urged members of Association of Southeast Asian Nations to speak out against rise of Islamophobia & extremist tendencies around the globe.

Pakistan urges ASEAN to speak out against Islamophobia

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab outside mosque kills 6
12th Sep 2020

6 people, incl a security guard & 2 civilians, were killed, 20 wounded in suicide attack outside Qaadim mosque in southern Somalia

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab outside mosque kills 6

Arab League slammed for not condemning UAE-Israel deal
11th Sep 2020

Arab League faced fierce criticism on social media platforms after it dropped Palestinian draft resolution condemning the UAE-Israel normalization deal.

Arab League slammed for not condemning UAE-Israel deal

EU: Ban on halal & kosher slaughter against EU law
11th Sep 2020

A ban on halal or kosher animal slaughtering is against EU law, an advocate general of the European Court of Justice advised.

EU: Ban on halal & kosher slaughter against EU law

UK: Brexit: Outcry over UK bill that violates intl law
10th Sep 2020

UK Govt published an internal market bill that breaks international law which was widely condemned by EU, Democrats in US and former UK prime ministers.

UK: Brexit: Outcry over UK bill that violates intl law

Canadian judge apologizes for hijab ruling
9th Sep 2020

A Muslim woman whose hijab was compared to wearing a hat & sunglasses in court & refused to hear her case by a Quebec judge, finally received an apology. But apology was 5 years in the making.

Canadian judge apologizes for hijab ruling

UN welcomes Indonesia’s acceptance of Rohingya refugees
8th Sep 2020

UN Refugee Agency welcomed landing of 330 Rohingya refugees on northern coast of Aceh, Indonesia, after seven months at sea. They had journeyed from Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, in February

UN welcomes Indonesia’s acceptance of Rohingya refugees

Bangladesh: Disabled Bangladeshi with only 2 working fingers vows to make a difference
7th Sep 2020

Bangladeshi youth Fahim Ul Karim has been suffering from rare genetic disease since 2007, when he was 9 affecting all voluntary muscles; he is not even able to sit on a chair, but still he works with his 2 fingers.

Bangladesh: Disabled Bangladeshi with only 2 working fingers vows to make a difference

Bangladesh: 12 die, 40 injured in mosque blasts
5th Sep 2020

12 people died, 40 are in critical condition after suspected air conditioner explosions during Friday night prayers at Pashchim Talla Baitus Salam Mosque of Narayangani near Bangladesh’s capital.

Bangladesh: 12 die, 40 injured in mosque blasts

Palestine: ‘Israeli forces wanted to kill me like in Floyd case’
4th Sep 2020

An elderly Palestinian said Israeli soldiers tried to kill him the way US police murdered Black American George Floyd. Photos of the elderly lying on the ground, while Israeli soldier was kneeling on his neck.

Palestine: ‘Israeli forces wanted to kill me like in Floyd case’

The Muslim News: Issue 376 - Friday 28th August 2020

Modi laying foundation of grand temple on Babri Mosque site ‘changed India into Hindu nation’
28th Aug 2020

Modi laying foundation of grand temple on Babri Mosque site ‘changed India into Hindu nation’

Modi drew parallels between August 5 and August 15 — the day India won independence from the British — and placed the idea of liberation from ‘cultural subjugation’ on the same pedestal as political independence.

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Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on  BAME communities in West Midlands ‘avoidable’
28th Aug 2020

Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on BAME communities in West Midlands ‘avoidable’

BAME communities were disproportionally hit the hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic, and it was a situation that could have been avoided, according to a three-month inquiry of the impact in the West Midlands.

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Mother-of-five becomes first hijab wearing reporter on Scottish TV
28th Aug 2020

A Muslim woman has become the first hijab-wearing journalist to anchor Scottish TV

Mother-of-five becomes first hijab wearing reporter on Scottish TV

Watford schoolgirl to design NHS commemoration mugs
28th Aug 2020

An 11-year-old Muslim girl from Watford, Hertfordshire, has won a competition to design a mug commemorating the National Health Service for the UK’s oldest tableware manufacturer.

Watford schoolgirl to design NHS commemoration mugs

Muslim congress-women to defend seats
28th Aug 2020

Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are on course to defend their seats in the November elections alongside their fellow progressive “Squad” members after defeating Democratic primary challengers.

Muslim congress-women to defend seats

Book Review: Ilhan Omar following ‘the American Dream’
28th Aug 2020

The Minnesota congresswoman has written a fine memoir of her journey from Somalia to America

Book Review: Ilhan Omar following ‘the American Dream’

28th Aug 2020

Leicester Muslims bitterly let down by delay in lifting lockdown

Throughout the local lockdown, the Government was continually criticized by Leicester politicians, including the Mayor of the city, Sir Peter Soulsby, who said officials were being “messed about” by ministers and constantly called for “clarity” on what residents can do.

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

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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