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India: 5 arrested for vandalizing Muslim leader’s house
22nd Sep 2021

India: 5 arrested for vandalizing Muslim leader’s house

New Delhi police arrested 5 men associated with Hindu Sena (Hindu Army), a right-wing group, for vandalizing official residence of Indian Muslim leader and Parliament member Asaduddin Owaisi.

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Pfizer, BioNTech post positive vaccine results in children age 5-11
21st Sep 2021

US pharmaceutical Pfizer & its German partner BioNTech announced positive results from trials of their COVID-19 vaccine in children age 5-11.

Pfizer, BioNTech post positive vaccine results in children age 5-11

Afghanistan: Women stage ‘silent protest’ in support of girls’ education
20th Sep 2021

Despite ban on unauthorized rallies, women put black scotch tape on mouths to imply that they can raise their voices and gathered in Kabul for “silent protest” against Taliban decision permitting only boys & male teachers to resume education.

Afghanistan: Women stage ‘silent protest’ in support of girls’ education

Bangladesh appeals to UN to resolve maritime demarcation row with India
19th Sep 2021

Bangladesh has appealed to UN to resolve its decades-old dispute with India over maritime demarcation in southern Bay of Bengal.

Bangladesh appeals to UN to resolve maritime demarcation row with India

Afghanistan’s neighbours call for conclusion of ‘national reconciliation’
18th Sep 2021

Diplomats of Afghanistan’s neighboring countries, Russia, China, Pakistan, Iran, urged Taliban to conclude national reconciliation & form inclusive govt.

Afghanistan’s neighbours call for conclusion of ‘national reconciliation’

Germany arrests 4 for alleged terror attack plot on synagogue
17th Sep 2021

German police arrested 4 people, incl Syrian teenager, accused of planning terror attack on a synagogue in western town of Hagen ahead of Jewish Yom Kippur holidays.

Germany arrests 4 for alleged terror attack plot on synagogue

Australia to acquire nuclear submarine fleet after forming defense pact with US, UK
16th Sep 2021

Australia is to acquire a nuclear submarine fleet following formation of a trilateral defense pact, AUKUS, with US & UK as China becomes increasingly assertive in Indo-Pacific.

Australia to acquire nuclear submarine fleet after forming defense pact with US, UK

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab kills 11 in Mogadishu
15th Sep 2021

11 people, incl soldiers & civilians, were killed, several wounded when suicide bomber blew himself up at tea shop in Mogadishu's Wadajir neighborhood

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab kills 11 in Mogadishu

UN rights chief deplores Israel’s use of force against Palestinian civilians
14th Sep 2021

UN human rights chief deplored use of "excessive or entirely unwarranted" force by Israeli security forces on Palestinians as well as Palestinian Authority's "crackdowns on dissent," at 48th session of the Human Rights Council.

UN rights chief deplores Israel’s use of force against Palestinian civilians

Afghanistan: Laying out rules, Taliban say women free to study at any level
13th Sep 2021

Women in Afghanistan can pursue education at all levels in any field, but classes will be segregated with compulsory dress code, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, acting education minister in interim Taliban administration said

Afghanistan: Laying out rules, Taliban say women free to study at any level

African Muslims assess effect of 9/11 two decades after attack
12th Sep 2021

Rights of African Muslims were trampled as US embarked on global war on terror after 9/11 attacks at World Trade Center in New York, according to a leading academic.

African Muslims assess effect of 9/11 two decades after attack

Islamophobia in Canada ‘systemic’ since 9/11 attacks in US
11th Sep 2021

Aggression against Canadian Muslims accelerated after 9/11 attacks al-Qaida terrorists carried out 20 years ago in US

Islamophobia in Canada ‘systemic’ since 9/11 attacks in US

863 people contracted Covid-19 during Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics
10th Sep 2021

863 people involved in Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics which featured 15,000 athletes were infected by Covid-19.

863 people contracted Covid-19 during Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics

The Muslim News: Issue 388 - Friday 27th August 2021

Johnson, Biden castigated in UK Parliament for deserting Afghans
27th Aug 2021

Johnson, Biden castigated in UK Parliament for deserting Afghans

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden have come under an unprecedented barrage of criticism from MPs of all sides in the British Parliament for abandoning Afghanistan after 20 years of virtual military occupation.

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India: Family of Muslim teen killed in police custody insist on independent inquiry
27th Aug 2021

India: Family of Muslim teen killed in police custody insist on independent inquiry

The family of a Muslim teenager brutally killed in police custody in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) is calling for an independent inquiry.

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Muslims disproportionately hit by Covid infection  by Eat Out to Help Out scheme
27th Aug 2021

The Government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme, was responsible for a huge rise in deaths due to Covid-19 among the Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities,

Muslims disproportionately hit by Covid infection by Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Apsana Begum MP cleared of fraud
27th Aug 2021

Labour MP Apsana Begum was cleared of housing fraud on July 30. Begum, 31, who represents the constituency of Poplar and Limehouse, was accused of three counts of making dishonest applications for council homes to Tower Hamlets Council.

Apsana Begum MP cleared of fraud

Israel PM threatens Unilever CEO with ‘severe consequences’ over Ben & Jerry’s boycott
27th Aug 2021

Israel has threatened consumer goods giant Unilever with “severe consequences” a day after its subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s announced its decision to abide by international law and stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories

Israel PM threatens Unilever CEO with ‘severe consequences’ over Ben & Jerry’s boycott

Legal Corner: Muslim woman who sees offensive WhatsApp chat succeeds in harassment claim
27th Aug 2021

This case illustrates that harassment is not just prohibited when its directed at an individual but even in conversations (whether oral or written) with others.

Legal Corner: Muslim woman who sees offensive WhatsApp chat succeeds in harassment claim

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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