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  • American terror, trauma, and Trump

    American terror, trauma, and Trump

    Besieged by a triumvirate of trauma—a pandemic, soaring unemployment, and now upheaval— America is caught in an unrelieved and seemingly irresolvable tumult.

  • By any means necessary

    By any means necessary

    In the wake of the protests following the murder of Floyd, the far right, which had taken umbrage under Islamophobia to avoid persecution under anti-racism legislation, is once more showing its true White supremacist colours.

  • Slave trader statue toppled as anti-racism protests sweep the UK

    Slave trader statue toppled as anti-racism protests sweep the UK

    For the second consecutive weekend (June 6 and 7), tens of thousands of demonstrators attended Black Lives Matter protests across the UK, including one in Bristol where a statue of a slave trader was pulled down.

TERRORISM

  • Britain First leader convicted of terror offence

    Britain First leader convicted of terror offence

    The leader of a far-right anti-Muslim political group has been convicted of a terror offence after refusing to give police access to his mobile phone on his return from a political trip to Russia.

CORONAVIRUS

ISLAMOPHOBIA

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WORLD NEWS

  • Democratic presidential candidate shuns boycott of Israel

    Democratic presidential candidate shuns boycott of Israel

    Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, has been slammed by progressive activists in the US for arguing that criticism of Israel and its occupation of Palestinian territories too often drifts towards anti-Semitism.

  • Kanouté helps raise $1m to build  Seville mosque

    Kanouté helps raise $1m to build Seville mosque

    Former Mali international footballer Frédéric ‘Freddie’ Oumar Kanouté, 42, helped to raise over $1.2 million (€1.1 m) in a crowd funding campaign to build the first mosque in Seville, Spain.

HUMAN RIGHTS

REGULAR COLUMNS

ENVIRONMENT

  • Even the crises that shouldn’t discriminate still do

    Even the crises that shouldn’t discriminate still do

    Wealthier families have the greater political clout to leverage against the construction of such hazardous projects in their own neighbourhoods, while the more impoverished often do not have much time and organizational power, and are therefore left with the burden of these polluting facilities in their neighbourhoods instead.

HEALTH AND SCIENCE

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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