30th Jan 2015

Egypt: Militant attacks in Sinai kill dozens

  More than 20 people, including civilians, have been killed in militant attacks on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. The death toll is expected to rise. Terrorists struck several army and police targets in Egypt’s northern Sinai Peninsula on Thursday, killing more … Continued

29th Jan 2015

Australia cafe siege victim killed by police bullet fragments

An inquest into the siege at a Sydney cafe in December has found that one of two hostages who died was hit by police bullet ricochets. The second victim was killed by the gunman responsible for taking the hostages. The … Continued

29th Jan 2015

Jordan agrees to free female terrorist in exchange ISIS hostage

    Jordan offered Wednesday to free a female jihadist in exchange for a Jordanian pilot held by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group, which is threatening to execute the airman and a Japanese journalist. It came … Continued

28th Jan 2015

Yemen: US drone strike kills 11-year-old boy

    A Yemeni rights group said on Tuesday a sixth grade student was killed in a US drone strike east of the capital Sanaa, an assertion that could raise fresh concern over Washington’s campaign against suspected militants. The National … Continued

25th Jan 2015

Iraq: ISIS lost 1 % of territory after months of airstrikes

    The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has lost only a tiny fraction of captured territory in Iraq after five months of US-led airstrikes, the Pentagon said on Friday. Kurdish peshmerga forces and Iraqi government troops have … Continued

23rd Jan 2015

Somalia: Suicide bomb attack at Mogadishu hotel claims 5 lives

AFP, Anadolu, Al-Akhbar: Five people were killed Thursday in a suicide car bombing at the gates of a hotel in Mogadishu near the presidential palace, on the eve of a visit to the Somali capital by Turkish President Recep Tayyip … Continued

21st Jan 2015

EU to intensify counter-terrorism coordination with Arab states

    The European Union said Monday it will launch “anti-terror” projects with Muslim-majority nations and boost intelligence sharing following recent attacks in Paris. Foreign ministers agreed on the need to work with Arab nations and Turkey in particular to … Continued

21st Jan 2015

UN: ISIS executing “educated women” in Iraq

    The United Nations on Tuesday decried numerous executions of civilians in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group, warning that educated women appeared to be especially at risk. The jihadist group is showing a … Continued

19th Jan 2015

Pakistan: US drone attack in North Waziristan kills six

  By Zahir Shah Sherazi   PESHAWAR, (Dawn): At least six people killed and four others were injured in a drone strike in northwestern Pakistan’s North Waziristan tribal region on Monday, sources told Dawn. More casualties are feared in the … Continued

19th Jan 2015

Cameroon: Suspected Boko Haram fighters abduct dozens

    Suspected fighters from the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram have kidnapped dozens of people during raids in northern Cameroon, officials say. Many of those abducted are said to be children. Some 80 people were abducted on Sunday during … Continued

17th Jan 2015

US: Obama: Europe needs to better integrate Muslim communities

  UK Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama have promised to help France and the rest of the world fight extremism. They also spoke about plans to boost cooperation on cyber security and sanctions. President Barack Obama … Continued

17th Jan 2015

Arab League condemns Hizbullah intervention in Syria

    Lebanon on Thursday refused to comment on the statement made by the Arab ministers of foreign affairs condemning Hezbollah’s intervention in Syria saying it had “made it a field for violence and war.” At a special meeting in … Continued

17th Jan 2015

How Jordanians came to dominate al-Nusra Front

    By: Suhaib Anjarini   Al-Akhbar: Jordanians have played a central role in al-Nusra Front since its inception. After the “jihadist divorce” between al-Nusra and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Jordanian emigrants have enjoyed the lion’s … Continued

16th Jan 2015

Belgium: Terror alert level raised in Belgium in light of ‘foiled attack’

  Belgian authorities have raised the terror alert level after two suspects were killed and a third arrested in one of several counter-terrorism operations. Officials said they had foiled an imminent terrorist plot. Belgian police shot dead two suspects in … Continued

15th Jan 2015

Nigeria: Satellite images of Boko Haram attacks

  Amnesty International has released satellite images showing the “devastation” in areas attacked by Islamist group Boko Haram. The human cost has so far proved far more difficult to document, with hundreds believed dead. The satellite images released by human … Continued

14th Jan 2015

Iraq: Suicide bomber kills 3, wounds 13 in Samarra

    A suicide bomber on Monday killed three pro-government fighters in the Iraqi city of Samarra and wounded 13 others in an attack on a checkpoint outside a school in the city center that the fighters were using as … Continued

13th Jan 2015

Libya: ISIS claims abduction of 21 Egyptians

    The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) extremist group’s branch in Libya claimed the abduction of 21 people, a monitor reported Monday, as Egypt confirmed that 20 of its citizens were being held in the country. “Urgent. … Continued

12th Jan 2015

France: Paris unity march ‘unprecedented in French history’

    Marchers in Paris have staged a mammoth rally that was unique in French history, according to the country’s Interior Ministry. Up to 3 million people nationwide joined the “march for unity” after the Paris attacks. The French Interior … Continued

12th Jan 2015

Lebanon: Twin suicide bombing kills nine in Jabal Mohsen

  Two Lebanese suicide bombers blew themselves up in a crowded cafe in the neighborhood of Jabal Mohsen in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli Saturday night, killing nine civilians and wounding 37 others. A security source, who spoke on … Continued

11th Jan 2015

Germany: Arson attack on newspaper after printing Charlie Hebdo cartoons

  A German newspaper in the northern city of Hamburg that reprinted Muhammad cartoons from French paper Charlie Hebdo has been the target of an apparent arson attack. Authorities said no one was injured. Police said “rocks and then a … Continued

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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