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Hunt sides with US President in Islamophobic spate against Khan
28th Jun 2019

Hunt sides with US President in Islamophobic spate against Khan

Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt (Photo: NHS Confederation/Flickr Common) Hamed Chapman The extent of Islamophobia within the ruling Tory party has once again raised its ugly head with Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, supporting the US President’s latest outburst against Labour’s London … Continued

Mystery of Javid’s banquet ban
28th Jun 2019

Mystery of Javid’s banquet ban

Home Secretary, Sajid Javid’s invitation snub from the State Banquet held for US President Donald Trump by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace was not Islamophobic said the Spokesman for the Prime Minister (Sajid Javid profile photo: UK Parliament/CC) -(Banquet … Continued

Canadian Muslims relive fear and despair of Québec shooting post New Zealand mosque attacks
29th Mar 2019

Canadian Muslims relive fear and despair of Québec shooting post New Zealand mosque attacks

Memorial for victims of the Québec mosque shooting on January 29, 2017 (Photo: Renaud Philippe/AA) Shenaz Kermalli in Toronto “No one should be this afraid,” reflected Amira Elghawaby, a Canadian journalist and leading commentator on the Muslim community after waking … Continued

2018: Review in Climate, and looking forward to 2019
25th Jan 2019

2018: Review in Climate, and looking forward to 2019

(Photo: DoD /Master Sgt. Christopher DeWitt, U.S. Air Force/CC) 2019 is a welcome new beginning for many. The New Year is seen as a clean slate to start anew on an opportunity to commit to making better choices and cultivating … Continued

‘Self-inflicted American shame is over’ in Middle East, says Pompeo
25th Jan 2019

‘Self-inflicted American shame is over’ in Middle East, says Pompeo

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on January 14 (Photo: Bandar Algaloud/Saudi Kingdom Council/ AA) Hamed Chapman The US under President Donald Trump has learned its mistakes and reasserted … Continued

Trump reasserts ‘traditional’ US role in Middle East
25th Jan 2019

Trump reasserts ‘traditional’ US role in Middle East

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo greets Saudi Ambassador to the Uited States Khalid bin Salman upon arrival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on April 28, 2018 (State Department photo/ Public Domain) “I’ve come here to Cairo to seek a new … Continued

Israel quits UNESCO as it is slammed for excavations in occupied East Jerusalem
25th Jan 2019

Israel quits UNESCO as it is slammed for excavations in occupied East Jerusalem

The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls was placed on UNESCO’s endangered list (Photo: Andrew Shiva/Wiki Commons) Nadine Osman The US and Israel quit UNESCO on new year’s day after the latter was slammed for its failure to cease … Continued

28th Dec 2018

Trump’s racist, says first Muslim congresswoman

Nadine Osman Congresswoman-elect Rashida Tlaib branded President Donald Trump a racist on December 6. “I truly believe he is racist, and that’s probably controversial, he is, it’s in his policies, it’s in his words, and the fact of the matter … Continued

US stands alone on Climate at G20
28th Dec 2018

US stands alone on Climate at G20

Graphic by John Cook from “Consensus on Consensus” (2016) uses pie charts to illustrate the results of seven climate consensus studies into the scientific agreement on human-caused global warming by Naomi Oreskes, Peter Doran, William Anderegg, Bart Verheggen, Ed Maibach, … Continued

Far-right militia blame Trump rhetoric for mosque terror attack plan
30th Nov 2018

Far-right militia blame Trump rhetoric for mosque terror attack plan

(Photo: Staff Sgt Tony Harp/US Air National Guard/CC) Elham Asaad Buaras Lawyers representing a man convicted of a 2016 terror plot targeting Somali refugees by bombing a mosque and apartment complex in Garden City, Kansas have asked a judge to … Continued

Saudis under pressure over disappearance of journalist
26th Oct 2018

Saudis under pressure over disappearance of journalist

Jamal Khashoggi (Photo: April Brady/Project on Middle East Democracy/Creative Commons) Hamed Chapman In his usual contradicting manner, US President, Donald Trump, threatened “severe punishment” if Saudi Arabia was guilty of state-sponsored murder following the disappearance of its former advisor Jamal … Continued

Trump defies all international norms to meet election pledge over Jerusalem
28th Dec 2017

Trump defies all international norms to meet election pledge over Jerusalem

President Trump and Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu (Creative Commons) The legal status of Jerusalem has been flouted by Israel for decades. Like illegal settlements, it has not only annexed both the modern section and the Old City but … Continued

US Muslims concerned about their place in society under Trump
25th Aug 2017

US Muslims concerned about their place in society under Trump

Hamed Chapman The plight of Muslims in the US has been exacerbated by the election of President Donald Trump, new American research has found. The early days of Trump’s presidency have been an anxious time for many Muslim Americans, according … Continued

Trump in denial over anti-Muslim terrorism
25th Aug 2017

Trump in denial over anti-Muslim terrorism

(Photo: Michael Vadon/Flickr/Commons) It should really come as no surprise that a US president who has specifically targeted Muslims for all the ills of American society should be in denial of growing Islamophobia sweeping his country and much of the … Continued

As the US drifts further, nations hold fast on climate deal
28th Jul 2017

As the US drifts further, nations hold fast on climate deal

G20 Summit Hamburg Germany- July 7, 2017, (Photo: Kremlin.RU/Creative Commons) The G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, this July was riddled with protests, awkward moments between world leaders, and caveats for the novice US leader’s policies. At the conclusion of the … Continued

Enough innuendoes are enough
28th Jul 2017

Enough innuendoes are enough

Prime Minister Theresa May here with US President Donald Trump must re-engage with mainstream Muslim bodies if she is to counter extremism (Photo: Shealah Craighead/Official White House/CC) “Enough is enough,” Prime Minister, Theresa May, declared after a series of terrorist … Continued

Gross disparity between Muslim attacks and US coverage of terrorism
28th Jul 2017

Gross disparity between Muslim attacks and US coverage of terrorism

Dylann Roof (pictured) who killed nine people in an African-American South Carolina received only 7.4% of all coverage relating to US terror attacks in comparison Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who killed three people received almost 20% (Photos: Charleston County Sheriff’s … Continued

23rd Jun 2017

Trump disappoints the world by pulling out of Paris Accord

White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, hailed President Donald Trump’s first international trip a “semi-revolution.” However, the only major shift that occurred as a result of the tour was the US’s severely diminished standing as a world leader. The trip … Continued

UK cannot rely on US but needs new Middle East policy, politicians warn
26th May 2017

UK cannot rely on US but needs new Middle East policy, politicians warn

Hamed Chapman The British Government no longer can rely on the US as a global leader in the Middle East but should work more closely with Europe to seriously consider recognition of a Palestinian state and ensure the Iran nuclear … Continued

28th Apr 2017

Trump’s nightmare vision of perpetual war

Less than three months into his presidency, Donald Trump is already proving his terrifying potential as the most dangerous man in the world with his finger on the button of every kind of deadly arsenal at his disposal. In less … Continued

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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