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Nigeria: Kwara state reaffirms use of hijab in public schools
26th Jan 2022

Nigeria: Kwara state reaffirms use of hijab in public schools

Nigeria's Kwara state reaffirmed its stance of allowing Muslim girls to wear hijab in public schools [Christians opposed hijab], saying it will not tolerate any form of religious bigotry at educational institutions.

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Palestine: 3 Palestinians, incl child, injured in attack by settlers in West Bank
25th Jan 2022

3 Palestinians, incl 3 year old, were injured in attack by Jewish settlers in West Bank. Meanwhile Israeli soldiers killed Palestinian from Qalandia refugee camp, north of Jerusalem.

Palestine: 3 Palestinians, incl child, injured in attack by settlers in West Bank

UK: Johnson under renewed pressure to resign announces tourism boost
25th Jan 2022

Despite being in the midst of third Covid wave, PM Boris Johnson called on international tourists to visit UK as new allegations pub about holding another illegal party in Downing Street.

UK: Johnson under renewed pressure to resign announces tourism boost

Mali: French army officer killed, 9 soldiers injured in mortar attack
24th Jan 2022

High-ranking French military personnel was killed in action & 9 soldiers injured when Barkhane military camp in Mali was hit by rockets. French army has killed civilians in the past.

Mali: French army officer killed, 9 soldiers injured in mortar attack

UK: Former Tory Minister says she was sacked for being a Muslim
23rd Jan 2022

The first and only Muslim woman to become a Tory MP, Nusrat Ghani, has revealed that she lost her junior ministerial job almost two years ago because of her religion

UK: Former Tory Minister says she was sacked for being a Muslim

Palestine: 17 Palestinian journalists held in Israeli prisons
23rd Jan 2022

Israel is holding 17 Palestinian journalists & media workers in prison, according to an Arab journalists rights group .

Palestine: 17 Palestinian journalists held in Israeli prisons

Yemen: Saudi-led airstrike on prison kills 70
22nd Jan 2022

70 people died, 138 wounded in Saudi-led coalition airstrike on Remand Prison, Sa'ada City, Yemen, Doctors Without Borders.

Yemen: Saudi-led airstrike on prison kills 70

Pakistan: 3 killed, 26 injured in bombing in Lahore
21st Jan 2022

3 people were killed, 33 others injured when a bomb detonated in busy Anarkali bazaar, Lahore, Pakistan.

Pakistan: 3 killed, 26 injured in bombing in Lahore

France: Lawmakers vote to ban wearing of hijab at sporting events
20th Jan 2022

French lawmakers voted in favor of an amendment prohibiting wearing of hijab at sporting events, resulting in the exclusion of Muslim female athletes from competitive field sports.

France: Lawmakers vote to ban wearing of hijab at sporting events

Yemen: Civilians killed in Saudi-led coalition bombing: UN
19th Jan 2022

UN Commissioner for Human Rights said they were "deeply concerned" by escalation of conflict in Yemen, airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition on Sana'a, are "reported to have left at least 5 civilians dead.”

Yemen: Civilians killed in Saudi-led coalition bombing: UN

Indian college bars Muslim women from classes for wearing hijab
18th Jan 2022

A group of Muslim students at Govt college in S Indian state of Karnataka have been prevented from attending classes with hijab in classroom.

Indian college bars Muslim women from classes for wearing hijab

US: Mass funeral held for 15 Muslims killed in New York apartment fire
17th Jan 2022

A mass funeral prayer was held for Muslims who lost their lives in deadly apartment fire in the Tremont section of the Bronx, New York City.

US: Mass funeral held for 15 Muslims killed in New York apartment fire

Palestine: Scores of Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa complex
16th Jan 2022

Scores of Israeli settlers forced their way into Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem. 34,562 Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in 2021.

Palestine: Scores of Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa complex

The Muslim News: Issue 392 - Friday 31st December 2021

India: BJP controlled Haryana state bans  Friday prayers
31st Dec 2021

India: BJP controlled Haryana state bans Friday prayers

India’s incumbent Hindu nationalist party has stepped up its anti-Muslim campaign, this time targeting congregational Friday prayer in a city just southwest of New Delhi

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Serb lawmakers vote in favour of quitting Bosnia, despite global condemnation
31st Dec 2021

Serb lawmakers vote in favour of quitting Bosnia, despite global condemnation

Serbian lawmakers in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Republika Srpska - voted to pull out of the country’s armed forces, judiciary, and tax system despite warnings against such a move from the international community and an opposition boycott.

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31st Dec 2021

MotorServ UK entrepreneur celebrates triple award success

Kamran Saleem, the founder of the Solihull-based MotorServ UK, was recognised for his entrepreneurship and community service with three awards in five days last month.

31st Dec 2021

School apologises for refusing Muslim students to pray indoors

A school in Greater Manchester was forced to issue an apology after a video capturing Muslim boys praying outside in extremely cold temperatures went viral and sparked outrage.

Act against anti-Muslim hatred, Ilhan Omar tells Republicans as she airs latest death threat
31st Dec 2021

Congresswoman Ilhan Abdullahi Omar, 39, played a chilling death threat left on her voicemail as she called on Republican (GOP) leadership to end anti-Muslim hatred in their ranks.

Act against anti-Muslim hatred, Ilhan Omar tells Republicans as she airs latest death threat

31st Dec 2021

Pakistan: Top award for man who tried to save Sri Lankan from lynching

The Prime Minister of Pakistan announced that a man who risked his life in the effort to save a 49-year-old. Sri Lankan factory manager from a frenzied mob in Punjab province is to be given the country’s top civilian award.

31st Dec 2021

Apple sues Israeli spyware firm NSO Group

American software giant, Apple, has filed a lawsuit against Israeli spyware maker NSO Group and its parent company over alleged “flagrant violations” of US law stemming from efforts to target iPhone users.

Why boosters are needed to protect against Omicron
31st Dec 2021

With Omicron cases doubling roughly every two days, the Prime Minister has announced the UK is expecting a ‘Tsunami’ of infections in the coming weeks and urged the country to get booster jabs.

Why boosters are needed to protect against Omicron

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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