The daughter of an elderly Birmingham man who was repeatedly and brutally stabbed as he walked home from his local mosque has told The Muslim News she believes the attack on her father was not only premeditated but is racially and Islamophobically motivated.
Lurid details of the horrific criminal acts committed by sexual predators in Oxford, Rochdale and High Wycombe that have recently been exposed in court hearings are gut-wrenchingly repulsive.
Albanian Muslims held a cultural evening in Waltham Forest, Town Hall, east London on May 9.
A Nottingham school head has hit out at “inaccurate” and “exaggerated” online rumours of how pupils burnt a translated page of the Qur’an.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Muslim News, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling denied that the setting up of secret courts was to hide evidence, admitted that the Government wanted to change the framework of the European Convention on Human Rights and insisted shortening the time for judicial reviews was aimed to prevent their misuse.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said during his visit to the Nigerian mosque on Old Kent Road, in south London that without Islam and contributions from Muslims, European Renaissance would not have taken place.
Muslim parents in Leicester are being urged not to let their children eat halal school meals following new revelations that found pork content in a sample lamb burger supplied by Doncaster-based Paragon Quality Foods Limited.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, awarded Princess Badiya bint El Hassan of Jordan the inaugural Naz Legacy Foundation Honorary Education Fellowship at the Annual Naz Legacy Foundation Reception on April 24, in recognition of her work as Founder Chairman of Mosaic programme.
I was delighted that earlier this month, Prime Minister, David Cameron, welcomed some fifty other world leaders to an international conference in London on Somalia.
The world’s biggest security company and third-largest private sector employer has vowed not to renew some of its contracts in Israel (due to expire in 2015) after pressure by pro-Palestinian groups.
The UK has pledged to support Somalia to the tune of £180 million at the end of an international conference on the fragmented East African country, held in London.
As my flight circled above Islamabad on the eve of last month’s historic elections, and I watched the city come to life in the early morning light, I reflected on the opportunity the general election presented to reframe the skewed prism through which Pakistan’s political system is currently viewed; a system all too often associated with corruption, elitism and cronyism.
A Dudley teenager who has suffered Islamophobic abuse at her West Midlands school has spoken out in a bid to get the school to take her ordeal seriously.
‘Muslim women against FEMEN’ was launched in response to the extremist Ukrainian feminist group that claims all Muslim women are oppressed.
The Israeli Government has been given the go-ahead to demolish part of a Jerusalem mosque.
A Tory Councillor has resigned from the Party after making derogatory comments about the prospect of Pakistani children from London studying in West Sussex.
This book is a historical survey of Islam in Scotland from the earliest times to the present covering nearly fifteen hundred years of history.
The High Court recently considered the case of John Yapp v Foreign and Commonwealth Office  EWHA 1098.
At every moment, you fight
With every choking breath, you strive
With every fiery tear, you inspire
... Do I?
Food is gaining increased attention these days; more people are looking into local and organic options, joining CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), and shopping at farmers markets.
Three new vaccination programmes for flu, shingles and diarrhoea have been announced recently.
Amir Khan wants his next fight to be for the world title in the US in December. The former world light-welterweight champ recovered from being floored by Julio Diaz to secure a hard-fought win over the Mexican on April 27.
Our politicians, both Conservative and Labour, have to move away from Thatcher's policies. Otherwise the poor will continue to get poorer and the rich ultra rich.
The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on 25 March in central London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.