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EXCLUSIVE: Internet companies need to go ‘further and faster in automating detection and removal of terrorist content online’
29th Sep 2017

EXCLUSIVE: Internet companies need to go ‘further and faster in automating detection and removal of terrorist content online’

Lord Ahmad at the UN meeting (Photo: Foreign & Commonwealth Office) Ahmed J Versi Prime Minister, Theresa May, told the United Nations General Assembly on September 20 that tech firms needed to develop the capacity to take down terrorist-related material … Continued

Finsbury Park terror attack victim was alive when he was struck by van ploughing worshippers
28th Jul 2017

Finsbury Park terror attack victim was alive when he was struck by van ploughing worshippers

Father of six Makram Ali died of “multiple injuries” (Photo: Metropolitan Police) Elham Asaad Buaras The autopsy on Makram Ali, the only person killed in the Finsbury Park terror attack – has revealed that he died from “multiple injuries” and … Continued

Worst of insidious terrorism
23rd Jun 2017

Worst of insidious terrorism

(Photo: Ardfern Creative Commons) Two heinous terrorist attacks were carried out during the general election campaign but politicians from all parties did not let it derail the political process. A suicide bomber insidiously detonated an improvised explosive device, packed with … Continued

Best of British democracy
23rd Jun 2017

Best of British democracy

Jeremy Corbyn engendered great interest and enthusiasm, particularly among young people while PM Theresa May stuttered following the publication of the Tory anifesto Rarely has it been so crucial for the population to exercise their right to vote than in … Continued

Entire families wiped out in London tower block fire
23rd Jun 2017

Entire families wiped out in London tower block fire

Photographs of the missing (Pic/ Twitter) Elham Asaad Buaras Thirty people have died and 12 are in critical condition, in a West London tower block fire that started just after 1 am in the early hours of June 14. With … Continued

Ramadan messages
26th May 2017

Ramadan messages

  Rt Hon Theresa May, MP, Prime Minister Ramadan is a unique and special time for Muslims in Britain and around the world. It is a time for them to renew their faith in God and increase their devotion and … Continued

No elections come much bigger
26th May 2017

No elections come much bigger

Launching her party’s manifesto, Prime Minister, Theresa May, emphasised the crucial importance of getting the next five years right for the country’s prosperity, its place in the world, for living standards and for the opportunities of future generations. “If we … Continued

MPs back PM’s u-turn on general election
28th Apr 2017

MPs back PM’s u-turn on general election

UK Prime Minister Theresa May announcing a snap General Elections out side 10 Downing Street on April 18 (Photo: Kate Green/ AA) Elham Asaad Buaras The British Prime Minister’s spectacular u-turn for a snap General Election was backed by MPs. … Continued

Women dominate all fields of achievement at The Muslim News Awards for Excellence
28th Apr 2017

Women dominate all fields of achievement at The Muslim News Awards for Excellence

Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Photo: James Gifford-Mead/Muslim News) Abdul Adil The majority of the winners at the Fifteenth Muslim News Awards for Excellence event were women. Congratulating all the winners and … Continued

Government asked to intervene in the case of British Muslim teacher denied entry to US
31st Mar 2017

Government asked to intervene in the case of British Muslim teacher denied entry to US

Juhel Miah was banned from flying from Reyk javik, Iceland to New York with his students (Photo:Twitter) Nadine Osman The Liberal Democrat Equalities Spokeswoman asked the Government to intervene in and follow-up the case of a Swansea-born Muslim teacher who … Continued

31st Mar 2017

Terrorist attack on heart of British democracy

As we go to print, terrorism returned to the shores of Britain to strike at the heart of British democracy. The unlawful use of violence has no place in any civilised society for whatever purpose. However crude the attack, it … Continued

Four killed, 29 injured, in terror attack in Westminster
31st Mar 2017

Four killed, 29 injured, in terror attack in Westminster

PC Keith Palmer and Aysha Frade, two of the three people murdered by the terrorist in Westminster (Photo: Police/Facebook) Ahmed J Versi Four people were killed, two pedestrians, one police officer and the attacker, on March 22 in a terror … Continued

24th Feb 2017

UK misses opportunity to distance itself from Israel’s land grab

Prime Minister, Theresa May, has rejected calls from her Israeli counterpart to follow US President, Donald Trump’s lead to re-impose sanctions against Iran as the British Government continues its ambiguous policy towards Israel. “The Prime Minister was clear that the … Continued

Israeli embassy’s influence on British politics exposed by undercover reporter
27th Jan 2017

Israeli embassy’s influence on British politics exposed by undercover reporter

Israeli diplomat, Shai Masot, has been orchestrating operations set to influence British politics (Photo: Screengrab) Ala Abbas It has been revealed by an undercover reporter that an Israeli diplomat has been orchestrating operations set to influence British politics and has … Continued

John Kerry makes last minute plea for Palestine
27th Jan 2017

John Kerry makes last minute plea for Palestine

Secretary of State, John Kerry (L) pictured with Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has called for an end to all illegal Israeli Settlement construction and land swaps that recognise the pre-1967 border (Photo: US Department of State/CC) Ala Abbas On … Continued

30th Dec 2016

Casey Review calls on Muslim communities to be more “British”

Ala Abbas The 200-page Casey Review released this month which looked into ethnic and cultural “segregation”, mainly among Muslim communities in the UK, has touted the promotion of “British values” as the best solution to the perceived problems of segregation. … Continued

25th Nov 2016

UK loses another court battle over air pollution

Environmental law firm,ClientEarth, has won its second ruling against the UK Government in 18 months. The High Court ruled that the plan put forth to remedy noncompliant air pollution levels still defies the legal limit, and that the Department for … Continued

25th Nov 2016

Theresa May should address violation of minority rights during India visit

Sir, I am happy to know that Prime Minister Theresa May is visiting our country. I am sure that she will raise the matter with Indian authorities for the brutal murder of British Muslims in Gujarat during 2002 massacre. I … Continued

Muslim prison population doubled’ in 10 years
25th Nov 2016

Muslim prison population doubled’ in 10 years

(Creative Commons) Ahmet Gurhan Kartal The number of Muslim prisoners in British jails has doubled over the past 10 years, a study released last week revealed. In an open letter to Prime Minister, Theresa May, Labour MP David Lammy, who … Continued

Family of British Muslims murdered in Gujarat concerned May didn’t take up issue with Modi
25th Nov 2016

Family of British Muslims murdered in Gujarat concerned May didn’t take up issue with Modi

Family of British Muslims Saeed Dawood and first cousin of Shakeel Dawood, murdered in Gujarat, India, in 2002 by Hindu mobs under governorship of Narendra Modi, are concerned that Prime Minister, Theresa May, did not take up the issue with the … 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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