Syria: Number of besieged Syrians larger than UN estimates
10th Feb 2016

Syria: Number of besieged Syrians larger than UN estimates

More than 1 million Syrians live in besieged areas, much more than previous UN estimates, new report has revealed.

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Indian-held Jammu Kashmir paralyzed by general strike
10th Feb 2016

Indian-held Jammu Kashmir saw complete general strike organized to commemorate anniversary of death of Afzal Guru.

Indian-held Jammu Kashmir paralyzed by general strike

US: Trump, Sanders win New Hampshire primary
10th Feb 2016

Real estate mogul Donald Trump & Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders were declared winners of New Hampshire primary.

US: Trump, Sanders win New Hampshire primary

Iraq: 10 people killed in Baghdad terror attacks
9th Feb 2016

Ten people were killed in a spate of terror attacks across Baghdad.

Iraq: 10 people killed in Baghdad terror attacks

Canada to end coalition bombing Daesh
9th Feb 2016

PM Justin Trudeau said jets will cease airstrikes by Feb. 22 & said what happens on the ground will determine outcome against terrorists.

Canada to end coalition bombing Daesh

UK mosques open doors for interfaith dialogue
8th Feb 2016

More than 90 mosques across UK opened their doors to people of every faith & of no faith on second annual "Visit My Mosque Day".

UK mosques open doors for interfaith dialogue

Iraq: Daesh attacks kill 37 in Ramadi & Fallujah
7th Feb 2016

Thirty-seven people were killed in Ramadi & Fallujah in a string of terrorist attacks on security forces by Daesh.

Iraq: Daesh attacks kill 37 in Ramadi & Fallujah

Palestine: Hamas, Fatah to discuss Palestinian reconciliation in Doha
8th Feb 2016

Hamas & Fatah representatives are set to meet in Qatari capital Doha to discuss implementation of reconciliation deal signed in 2014.

Palestine: Hamas, Fatah to discuss Palestinian reconciliation in Doha

UAE ready to send troops to Syria to fight Daesh
8th Feb 2016

UAE said it is ready to send ground troops to Syria as part of international efforts to fight Daesh terrorist group.

UAE ready to send troops to Syria to fight Daesh

UK: Anti-Islam group PEGIDA holds rally in Birmingham
7th Feb 2016

200 protesters performed “silent march” organized by newly founded UK branch of anti-Islam PEGIDA movement in Birmingham city center.

UK: Anti-Islam group PEGIDA holds rally in Birmingham

Palestine: Israeli army kills Palestinian minor near Hebron
6th Feb 2016

A Palestinian minor was killed by Israeli gunfire during clashes in occupied West Bank.

Palestine: Israeli army kills Palestinian minor near Hebron

Taiwan: 7 dead, 370 injured in earthquake
6th Feb 2016

7 people died after earthquake hit southern Taiwan, collapsing buildings and injuring 378. 30 people believed to be trapped.

Taiwan: 7 dead, 370 injured in earthquake

Issue 321 - Friday 29th January 2016 - Top Stories

Mosques unite to reject Government interference in madrasas
29th Jan 2016

Mosques unite to reject Government interference in madrasas

The British Government is being accused of trying to regulate religions after controversially proposing to register mosques and madrasas under the guise of registering “out-of-school education settings”.

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29th Jan 2016

Unwelcome Government intrusion in Madrassas

The Govt’s plans to regulate madrasa has already has been overwhelmingly rejected by over 500 mosques and Islamic organisations throughout Britain.

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Muslim Primary Schools surpass national average in English and Math
29th Jan 2016

Muslim Primary Schools surpass national average in English and Math

Muslim Primary Schools surpass national average in English and Math

Muslim volunteers mobilise to aid victims of Storm Desmond floods
29th Jan 2016

As severe storms caused intense flooding in many parts of the UK over the Christmas and New Year period, Muslim volunteers organised themselves to provide assistance to disaster-stricken communities.

Muslim volunteers mobilise to aid victims of Storm Desmond floods

29th Jan 2016

Former Sun editor says white people shouldn’t be searched at ports

Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie, 67, has claimed that airport security should not search white people, because they are “not the terrorists”.

29th Jan 2016

Legal Corner: Instruction to speak English at work not discriminatory

A diverse workforce, where employees speak a number of different languages, is often an asset to an employer. However, where the knowledge of languages then spreads into use of different languages at work, this can lead to some difficult issues.

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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