UN calls for release of top Bahraini activist
25th Jan 2019

UN calls for release of top Bahraini activist

Nabeel Ahmed Abdulrasool Rajab (Photo: Hambina/WikiCommons) Elham Asaad Buaras The UN on January 4 called for the release of the prominent Bahraini activist and opposition leader Nabeel Ahmed Abdulrasool Rajab after he lost his appeal against a 5 years prison … 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

28th Dec 2018

Number of people killed in Yemen six times greater than reported

Nadine Osman The long-awaited United Nations announcement that Yemen’s warring factions had agreed on a ceasefire has been dampened by the shocking news that the number of people killed in the conflict stands at over 60,000 and not the 10,000 … Continued

Yemen facing the worst famine in 100 years
26th Oct 2018

Yemen facing the worst famine in 100 years

A malnourished baby receives medical treatment at al Sabeen Maternal Hospital in Sanaa, Yemen (Photo: Mohammed Hamoud/ Anadolu Agency) Elham Asaad Buaras The United Nations (UN) has warned that Yemen could be facing the worst famine in 100 years if … Continued

Yemen no longer fertile territory of Arabian Peninsula
8th Jun 2018

Yemen no longer fertile territory of Arabian Peninsula

Saudi-led coalition’s air strikes over Es-Sebin Square in Sana’a, November 15 (Photo: Mohammed Hamoud/AA) Mohammed Al-Jabri in Sana’a, Yemen Three years of conflict in Yemen, the poorest Arab state, has resulted in the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world. It … Continued

UN calls on Saudi coalition to open Yemeni seaports as it warns of world’s largest famine
24th Nov 2017

UN calls on Saudi coalition to open Yemeni seaports as it warns of world’s largest famine

More than two million children in Yemen are acutely malnourished, like Salem who is 13 months old and weighs only ten and a half pounds. The family is from Algaflah District far from the main hospital in Amran Governorate. They, … Continued

25th Aug 2017

Yemen’s cholera epidemic worst on record

3-year-old Rahaf Ibrahim is one of over 400,000 Yemenis hit by the cholera epidemic sweeping the war-torn nation (Photo: Islamic Relief) Rida Shaban Yemen is enduring the “worst cholera outbreak in the world”, according to UNICEF and the World Health … 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

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

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

24th Feb 2017

Another wave of fascism in our midst

The writing has been on the wall for the past year warning about the dangers of another horrendous rise in fascism exemplified by the election of Donald Trump as the US President. Parallels have been drawn with the events in … 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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