With the promise to remain part of the European Court of Human Rights, in sharp contrast to her previous worrying hostility to human rights law, and her vision of a one nation Britain that works for everyone, we hope that Ms May will work with, value and tackle the challenges of all communities equally in building a stronger nation.
Whether or not the former Prime Minister is now a broken man, the decision to go to war was much worse than just being a poor judgment. No excuses can be acceptable.
The research highlights how problematic is to ask parents to look for signs of radicalsation in their own children. Such an approach paints a whole community as “suspect”, failing to understand, as well as undermining, individual family dynamics.
A renowned cancer scientist, a TV comedian, a teacher and graffiti artist are among sixteen Muslims celebrating recognition in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
The Labour Party, “is not overrun by anti-Semitism, Islamophobia or other forms of racism,” ruled Shami Chakrabarti .
A young brother and sister from Newbury Park raised £85 for Haven House Children’s Hospice in Essex as part of this year’s Ramadan.
New Prime Minister, Theresa May, must ensure care leavers get same support as teens with parents, says Britain’s largest charity for vulnerable children and young people.
The High Court ruled that councils in England and Wales could continue their boycotts of Israel, dismissing claims by the Israel lobby group, Jewish Human Rights Watch.
A UK Parliamentary committee has found there to be “historical evidence of instances of financial donations to Daesh from within Gulf States”.
The Department for Education (DfE) will compile data on the number schoolchildren from immigrant families in England’s schools ahead of the census on October 6.
Although the Chinese Government is officially atheist, authorised religions are permitted; however, religious activities are banned in schools.
Kelvin MacKenzie, former Editor of The Sun, has come under heavy criticism for arguing that a hijab wearing Muslim journalist should not have fronted Channel 4 News’ coverage of the Nice terror attack.
There has been a spike in the reporting of racists and xenophobic incidents since the EU Referendum on June 23.
Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump says Muslim judges may be biased against him due to his policy of temporarily banning Muslims from entering the US.
Japan’s Supreme Court has upheld the Government’s blanket surveillance of the country’s 15,000 Muslim community.
Swiss authorities rejected the naturalization application of two Muslim girls who refused to take school swimming lessons because boys were present.
A Muslim man on his way to morning prayers was shot and stabbed outside a mosque in Houston, Texas, on July 4.
Police have confirmed they are investigating after an anti-Muslim booklet titled Camel’s in the Tent were put through dozens of doors in Birmingham in June.
A four-year-old girl was attacked by a group of 20 men, one of whom rubbed fake poo on her face.
An Iraqi-born student in America was prevented from boarding a flight home on April 6 after a passenger became suspicious of his phone conversation in Arabic.
A Muslim woman is to file a federal lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department after she was cleared of reckless conduct and resisting arrest on June 29.
Four Street preachers were arrested after delivering a series of anti-Muslim and homophobic sermons at Bristol’s main shopping centre on July 6.
A senior lawyer for the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that a French engineer who was dismissed for wearing the hijab should have been allowed to cover her head
A passenger on a flight to Seattle from Dallas alleges he was informed by Alaska Airlines that he was unfit to board his flight as his beard sparked a complaint from another passenger claiming to find him “Arabic and scary”.
Major Israeli diplomatic efforts to to outlaw the Boycott of the country internationally suffered a huge blow on when the Dutch government announced that calls to boycott Israel fell within free speech
A spate of terrorist attacks occurred across the Muslim world in Ramadan, targeting 4 different countries during the blessed month.
127 newly identified victims of the Srebrenica genocide were buried on July 11 to mark the 21st anniversary of the genocide.
The Human Rights Watch (HRW) condemned the Kenyan security forces of forcibly making at least 34 people disappear within the past two years through abusive counter-terrorism operations in both Nairobi and north eastern Kenya.
Tributes have poured in for Abdul Sattar Edhi known also as Pakistan’s Angel of Mercy after he passed away from kidney failure on July 8.
Enduring Utterances: Collected Lectures. By Martin Lings. London: The Matheson Trust. Pp139. PB. 2014. £7.99.
Brexit could disturb that short-lived peace of mind that came with the Paris Climate Agreement
A new campaign has been launched to raise awareness of the possible links between feeling breathless more often than usual and lung disease.
Despite never testing positive for any performance enhancing drug Pole Vault world record holder Yelena Isinbayeva will along with 67 other Russian track and field athletes be banned from taking part in the Rio Olympics
There is no humanity in Israel for Palestinian people.
The irony of right-wing racist bigotry is that it can affect anyone, no matter what colour your skin is. So yes, as a politician, those right-wing bigots are terrorists. (‘For media, police & politicians, right wing whites can’t be terrorists, can they?’)
People did not vote in this EU referendum for themselves. They voted for the future of their children and grandchildren as much as anything else.
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.