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Gaza: 154 Palestinians killed, 348 injured by Israeli bombings last 48hrs

Gaza: 85 Palestinians killed, 200 injured by Israeli indiscriminate bombing last 24hrs

Gaza: 176 Palestinians killed, 286 injured by Israeli bombings last 48 hrs

Gaza: 83 Palestinians killed, 105 injured by Israeli indiscriminate bombings last 24hrs

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Gaza: 82 Palestinians killed, 80 injured by Israeli bombardment last 24hrs

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Gaza: 57 Palestinians killed, 82 injured by Israeli bombardments last 24hrs

Gaza: 91 Palestinians killed, 183 injured by Israeli bombings last 48hrs

Gaza: 99 Palestinians killed, 168 injured by Israeli bombings last 48hrs

Gaza: 109 Palestinians killed, 296 injured by Israeli bombardments last 48hrs

Gaza: 81 Palestinians killed, 200 injured by Israeli bombings last 48hrs

Gaza: 32 Palestinians were killed and 41 injured by Israeli bombardments

Gaza: 54 Palestinians killed, 102 injured by Israeli bombardments last 48hrs

Gaza: 33 Palestinians killed, 57 injured by Israeli bombardment last 24hrs

Gaza: 132 Palestinians killed, 275 injured by Israeli bombardment between 26-29 April

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UK: Faith leaders condemn rise in antisemitism but not Islamophobia, call for unity between faith communities
17th Oct 2023

UK: Faith leaders condemn rise in antisemitism but not Islamophobia, call for unity between faith communities

(London, The Muslim News): The Archbishop of Canterbury invited Muslim and Jewish leaders to Lambeth Palace Tuesday morning “to condemn the sharp rise in antisemitic incidents over the past 10 days”, and “to call for unity between British faith communities”. However there was no mention of condmenation of the rise of Islamophobia. Following are the […]

US: Biden says ‘sickened’ by brutal murder of Palestinian-American boy in Illinois
16th Oct 2023

US: Biden says ‘sickened’ by brutal murder of Palestinian-American boy in Illinois

By Servet Gunerigok WASHINGTON (AA): US President Joe Biden on Sunday denounced the murder of a 6-year-old Palestinian-American boy who was brutally stabbed to death by a 71-year-old man in the US state of Illinois. An Illinois man was charged with hate crimes for the stabbingthe boy and injuring his mother. He targeted them for […]

‘Despicable’ Qur’an burnings aim to drive wedges between communities, countries: UN rights chief
5th Oct 2023

‘Despicable’ Qur’an burnings aim to drive wedges between communities, countries: UN rights chief

By Alyssa McMurtry OVIEDO, Spain (AA): The UN human rights chief on Wednesday slammed recent “despicable incidents” of Qur’an burning in Europe. They are “deliberate provocations… intended to drive wedges between countries and communities,” Volker Turk, the UN high commissioner for human rights, said at a high-level conference to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the […]

Sweden: Mosque severly damaged by suspected arson attack
26th Sep 2023

Sweden: Mosque severly damaged by suspected arson attack

Stockholm, Sweden  (Agencies):  A mosque in south-east Sweden has been severly damaged following a suspected arson attack, according to local media. The fire in the Arby section of the city of Eskilstuna was caused by arson, Anas Deneche, Eskilstuna Grand Mosque’s communication director, told public broadcaster SR. Deneche says that they do not intend to […]

Muslim girl turned away from school in France for wearing hijab files complaint with UN
23rd Sep 2023

Muslim girl turned away from school in France for wearing hijab files complaint with UN

By Esra Taskin and Feiza Ben Mohamed PARIS (AA): A Muslim student, who had been turned away from school for wearing a kimono, a Japanese garment, in France, has filed a complaint with the UN over being “discriminated against” due to her religious affiliation. The controversy over the French government’s stance against hijab in schools […]

Germany: Far-right attitudes on rise in the country
22nd Sep 2023

Germany: Far-right attitudes on rise in the country

By Anadolu staff BERLIN (AA): One in 12 people in Germany shares a right-wing extremist worldview, according to a new study published on Thursday. The research by Friedrich Ebert Foundation has found that the number of people with far-right views has significantly increased in the past two years, and has exceeded 8%. In the foundation’s […]

Austria: Unknown persons place pig’s head outside mosque in Graz
5th Sep 2023

Austria: Unknown persons place pig’s head outside mosque in Graz

By Timo Kirez GENEVA (AA): Unknown persons left a severed pig’s head at the entrance of a mosque in the Austrian city of Graz, public broadcaster ORF reported Monday. According to the report, a local resident notified police at around 9:40 pm Sunday evening, stating that the entrance area of ​​the mosque had been damaged. […]

Greece: 20 tombstones damaged in Turkish Muslim cemetery in Western Thrace
4th Sep 2023

Greece: 20 tombstones damaged in Turkish Muslim cemetery in Western Thrace

By Ayhan Mehmet GUMULCINE, Greece (AA): A Turkish cemetery in Greece’s Western Thrace region has been targeted by unidentified people over the weekend. Some 20 tombstones have been damaged in the cemetery of the Turkish minority in Narlikoy. In a statement on Facebook, the Friendship Equality and Peace Party, a party popular with the Turkish […]

India: 2 prominent 400 year old mosques in New Delhi get ‘encroachment’ notices
24th Jul 2023

India: 2 prominent 400 year old mosques in New Delhi get ‘encroachment’ notices

By Anadolu staff ANKARA, Turkey (AA) – Authorities in the Indian Railways have issued notices to two prominent mosques in the national capital New Delhi, asking them to remove “encroachments” within 15 days, local media reported on Sunday. Local news broadcaster India Today said in a report that notices were issued to two prominent mosques […]

Sweden: ‘I can’t burn sacred books,’ says Muslim who got permission to burn Bible, Torah
16th Jul 2023

Sweden: ‘I can’t burn sacred books,’ says Muslim who got permission to burn Bible, Torah

By Atila Altuntas STOCKHOLM (AA):  A Syrian Muslim who obtained permission from the Swedish police to burn the Torah and the Bible in front of the Israeli Embassy in Stockholm chose not to burn the sacred books in response to the provocations of burning the copy of the Holy Quran . Ahmet Allus on Saturday […]

France’s top court upholds Hijab ban on women footballers in matches
30th Jun 2023

France’s top court upholds Hijab ban on women footballers in matches

By Esra Taskin PARIS (AA): France’s top administrative court on Thursday upheld a ban on Muslim women football players wearing headscarves or Hijab during matches. The Council of State rejected the collective Muslim women footballers known as “Les Hijabeuses” appeal against the French Football Federation’s (FFF) decision on the 2016 headscarf ban. The court ruled […]

Italy: Alarm over law to shutter Muslim prayer spaces
27th Jun 2023

Italy: Alarm over law to shutter Muslim prayer spaces

By Giovanni Legorano ROME (AA):  A controversial law proposed by the ruling far-right coalition has again brought Muslims and their places of worship to the fore of Italy’s political discourse. If passed, the law could shut down hundreds of Islamic prayer spaces, a prospect triggering alarm within the country’s 2.5 million-strong Muslim community. Opposition politicians […]

US army veteran gets 55 years for Islamophobic murder
23rd Jun 2023

US army veteran gets 55 years for Islamophobic murder

By Anadolu staff ISTANBUL (AA): A US army veteran has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for the murder of an Afghan refugee after he shouted Islamophobic slurs at the victim. After a three-day trial, Dustin Passarelli was convicted in the Midwestern US state of Indiana of the murder of Mustafa Ayoubi, 32, with […]

US: Report reveals 98% of names on FBI watchlist are Muslim
13th Jun 2023

US: Report reveals 98% of names on FBI watchlist are Muslim

By Servet Gunerigok WASHINGTON (AA): A report by a Muslim group in the US has revealed that the overwhelming majority of entries on an FBI watchlist, or more than 98%, are Muslim names. The report, titled “Twenty Years Too Many, A Call to Stop the FBI’s Secret Watchlist,” details the FBI’s use of the Terrorism […]

Germany: Probe launched after suspected arson attack on mosque complex
31st May 2023

Germany: Probe launched after suspected arson attack on mosque complex

By Anadolu staff BERLIN (AA): Police in Germany launched an investigation after a fire broke out in a mosque complex in the western city of Hannover on Monday night. Recep Bilgen, chairman of the Muslim umbrella group Schura, said the largest mosque in Hannover was targeted in a suspected arson attack. “We demand a complete […]

Germany: Dozens of mosques attacked in 2022
25th May 2023

Germany: Dozens of mosques attacked in 2022

By Anadolu staff BERLIN (AA):  At least 35 mosques were attacked in Germany last year, with the majority of these attacks motivated by Islamophobia and right-wing extremism in the country, according to a new report released by Turkish-Muslim group DITIB. The DITIB’s anti-discrimination office recently released a 32-page report analyzing hate crimes, threats, and attacks […]

Canada: Man arrested after driving car at worshipers at 2 Toronto mosques
19th May 2023

Canada: Man arrested after driving car at worshipers at 2 Toronto mosques

By Barry Ellsworth TRENTON, Canada (AA): A man who drove his car at worshipers at two Toronto mosques in Canada has been arrested after an “anti-Muslim, hate motivation investigation,” it was reported Thursday. Toronto police said officers received calls from two Scarborough mosques — one in the Lawrence Avenue East and Markham Road area, the […]

Germany: Attempted arson attack on mosque in Dresden
11th May 2023

Germany: Attempted arson attack on mosque in Dresden

By Anadolu staff BERLIN (AA):  Police in Germany launched an investigation into an attempted arson attack that targeted a mosque in the eastern city of Dresden on Tuesday night. A 34-year-old man, who spilled flammable liquid inside the Fatih Mosque and tried to set the building on fire, fled the scene but was later arrested […]

US: Muslim children become targets of Islamophobic discriminations
26th Apr 2023

US: Muslim children become targets of Islamophobic discriminations

By Halil Ibrahim Medet ISTANBUL, Turkiye (AA): The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) released a report covering nationwide incidents of civil rights complaints by Muslim Americans in 2022 which revealed a 23% decrease, while complaints about school incidents increased by 63%. Speaking to Anadolu, head of Research and Advocacy at CAIR Corey Saylor said it […]

Netherlands: Discrimination is mostly based on ethnicity, mostly Muslims
27th Apr 2023

Netherlands: Discrimination is mostly based on ethnicity, mostly Muslims

By Selman Aksunger AMSTERDAM (AA) : Disclination cases in the Netherlands were mostly based on ethnicity last year, according to an annual report. Prepared with the help of several institutions, the report said discrimination complaints made to the police and the children’s ombudsman in the country had increased compared to 2021. The number of discrimination […]

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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