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Gaza: 107 Palestinians killed, 143 injured by Israeli bombing Feb 5-6

Gaza: Israeli forces have killed 113 Palestinians, injured 205 in last 24 hours

Gaza: 127 Palestinians killed, 170 injured by Israeli bombings since Sat

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Covid-19 self-isolation and free tests to end in England
22nd Feb 2022

Covid-19 self-isolation and free tests to end in England

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has called time on free Covid-19 tests, routine contact tracing and any requirement to self isolate even though admitting that the pandemic is not over. “Because of the efforts we have made as a country over the past two years we can now deal […]

UK: Tory MPs start to turn on Johnson
31st Jan 2022

UK: Tory MPs start to turn on Johnson

By Hamed Chapman and Ahmed J Versi   London, (The Muslim News): Several more Conservative MPs, including the Prime Minister’s predecessor, publicly hit out against Boris Johnson Monday following the publication of an outline of an interim report that found a succession of gatherings held at Downing Street “should not have been allowed to take […]

England: Plan B restrictions lifted despite Covid infections twice as high as when imposed
27th Jan 2022

England: Plan B restrictions lifted despite Covid infections twice as high as when imposed

By Hamed Chapman   All Covid measures introduced to combat the Omicron variant were lifted in England Thursday despite infection rates still average around 100,000 new cases a day, twice as high as when Plan B restrictions were announced on December 8. The restrictions including ordering people to work from home, wearing masks in public […]

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

UK: Johnson under renewed pressure to resign announces tourism boost

By Hamed Chapman   London, (The Muslim News): Despite being in the midst of a third Covid wave, Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, Tuesday called on international tourists to visit the UK but failed to distract attention away from renewed demands for him to resigning following fresh allegations about holding yet another illegal party in Downing […]

UK: Testing requirements rolled back amid Omicron surge
6th Jan 2022

UK: Testing requirements rolled back amid Omicron surge

By Hamed Chapman   London (The Muslim News): The British Government has rolled back Covid-19 testing requirements amid huge surge of the dominant Omicron variant with record numbers of new cases exceeding over 200,000 a day. In an update to Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, also announced that limited Plan B rules will […]

UK: Johnson refuses to act upon medics warning to reconsider Christmas plans
16th Dec 2021

UK: Johnson refuses to act upon medics warning to reconsider Christmas plans

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has once again declined to act upon warnings by medics for people not to mix over the Christmas break if they don’t have to due to the soaring numbers of Covid-19 cases due to the new variant, Omicron. Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty, issued […]

UK: Johnson uses ministerial broadcast to ramp up vaccine programme
13th Dec 2021

UK: Johnson uses ministerial broadcast to ramp up vaccine programme

By Hamed Chapman and Ahmed J Versi   London, (The Muslim News): Boris Johnson has used a ministerial broadcast to bring forward his questionable target to give every adult in the UK to the end of this month, warning that the country could be set to face an omicron “tidal wave” from the new variant that […]

UK: Covid-19 Plan B introduced as Johnson loses public trust
9th Dec 2021

UK: Covid-19 Plan B introduced as Johnson loses public trust

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): A new set of Covid-19 restrictions has been belatedly brought forward by Boris Johnson amid fears of an exponential rise in the Omicron variant, at a time when the Prime Minister is engulfed in a crisis over his credibility and a new poll confirming his loss of trust […]

UK: Doubts over Johnson pledge to complete booster jabs by January
30th Nov 2021

UK: Doubts over Johnson pledge to complete booster jabs by January

By Hamed Chapman and Ahmed J Versi   London (The Muslim News): Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, pledged Tuesday that all adults in the UK will be able to book their Covid-19 booster jabs within two months despite concern that the country may not have the infrastructure nor enough vaccine supplies. “The target we have set […]

UK: Mandatory masks in shops & on public transport starts Tuesday
29th Nov 2021

UK: Mandatory masks in shops & on public transport starts Tuesday

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): The British Government confirmed Monday that the wearing of masks in shops and on public transport is again being made mandatory in an attempt to slow the spread of the new Covid variant, Omicron. However, it came under fire in the House of Commons for removing the restriction […]

UK joins ban on South African flights over ‘most worrying’ Covid variant
26th Nov 2021

UK joins ban on South African flights over ‘most worrying’ Covid variant

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): The UK is joining other countries in banning flights from South Africa over new Covid-19 variant that has been described as the “most worrying” yet. Health Secretary, Sajid Javid, said flights from South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, and Zimbabwe were being suspended from midday Friday following the […]

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

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

By Ovunc Kutlu   ANKARA (AA): US pharmaceutical Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech on Monday announced positive results from trials of their COVID-19 vaccine in children age 5-11. The Phase 2/3 trial showed “a favorable safety profile and robust neutralizing antibody responses,” said a joint statement by the firms. The trial had a two-dose […]

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

863 people contracted Covid-19 during Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics

By Can Erozden   ANKARA (AA): A total of 863 people involved in Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics were infected by Covid-19, the organizers said on Wednesday. According to Japan’s public broadcaster NHK, 547 of those who contracted the virus were involved in Olympics, while 316 others in Paralympics. They tested positive for COVID-19 before, […]

Coronavirus not developed as ‘biological weapon’: US intelligence
28th Aug 2021

Coronavirus not developed as ‘biological weapon’: US intelligence

By Jeyhun Aliyev   ANKARA (AA): The coronavirus was not been developed as a “biological weapon,” according to a report by the US intelligence community (IC) on Friday. “The IC assesses that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, probably emerged and infected humans through an initial small-scale exposure that occurred no later than November 2019 […]

1M Afghan children could die of malnutrition, UNICEF warns
23rd Aug 2021

1M Afghan children could die of malnutrition, UNICEF warns

By Riyaz ul Khaliq   ANKARA (AA): An estimated one million Afghan children are projected to suffer from severe acute malnutrition over the course of this year and could die without treatment, the UN warned on Monday. In a statement, UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said around 10 million children across Afghanistan need humanitarian assistance […]

UK cuts rules for self-isolation despite high level of Covid cases
16th Aug 2021

UK cuts rules for self-isolation despite high level of Covid cases

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): The British Government Monday proceeded with removing the requirement for self-isolation for the majority of the public claiming that the Covid-19 pandemic was under control despite little sign of any let up in the number of daily infections as ministers were accused of “going too fast” in reducing […]

Saudi Arabia to allow 2m pilgrims monthly to perform umrah
8th Aug 2021

Saudi Arabia to allow 2m pilgrims monthly to perform umrah

By Zeynep Tufekci Gulay   RIYADH (AA): Saudi Arabia announced on Sunday that beginning Monday applications for Muslim pilgrims wishing to perform umrah from abroad will be received and 2 million requests will be accepted per month which includes pilgrims from inside and outside the Kingdom. The Saudi news agency SPA cited Deputy Minister of […]

Bangladesh extends lockdown with worsening Covid pandemic situation
4th Aug 2021

Bangladesh extends lockdown with worsening Covid pandemic situation

By SM Najmus Sakib   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Bangladesh on Tuesday extended the existing COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to be effective until Aug. 10 as the prevailing situation across the country continued worsening. The South Asian country has implemented a 14-day strict lockdown since July 23 amid surging coronavirus deaths and infections, Bangladesh Liberation War Affairs […]

UK: Muslims disproportionately hit by Covid infection by Eat Out to Help Out scheme
31st Jul 2021

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

By Hamed Chapman   London, (The Muslim News): The Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, designed to kick start the hospitality industry during last year’s second wave lockdown, was responsible for a huge rise in deaths due to Covid-19 disease among the Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities, according to a leading biomedical scientist. Professor Parvez […]

Iraq: 50 died in a fire in Covid ward of Nasiriya hospital
13th Jul 2021

Iraq: 50 died in a fire in Covid ward of Nasiriya hospital

By Haydar Karaalp and Mehmet Nuri Ucar   BAGHDAD (AA) – More than 50 people died and many injured in a fire that engulfed the Covid-19 isolation ward of a hospital in southern Iraq, the Iraqi Health Ministry said early Tuesday. The fire at Al-Hussein Hospital in Nasiriya city in Dhi Qar governorate was caused […]

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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