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Muslim girl turned away from school in France for wearing hijab files complaint with UN
23rd Sep 2023

Muslim girl turned away from school in France for wearing hijab files complaint with UN

By Esra Taskin and Feiza Ben Mohamed PARIS (AA): A Muslim student, who had been turned away from school for wearing a kimono, a Japanese garment, in France, has filed a complaint with the UN over being “discriminated against” due to her religious affiliation. The controversy over the French government’s stance against hijab in schools […]

Italy: Alarm over law to shutter Muslim prayer spaces
27th Jun 2023

Italy: Alarm over law to shutter Muslim prayer spaces

By Giovanni Legorano ROME (AA):  A controversial law proposed by the ruling far-right coalition has again brought Muslims and their places of worship to the fore of Italy’s political discourse. If passed, the law could shut down hundreds of Islamic prayer spaces, a prospect triggering alarm within the country’s 2.5 million-strong Muslim community. Opposition politicians […]

US: Muslim children become targets of Islamophobic discriminations
26th Apr 2023

US: Muslim children become targets of Islamophobic discriminations

By Halil Ibrahim Medet ISTANBUL, Turkiye (AA): The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) released a report covering nationwide incidents of civil rights complaints by Muslim Americans in 2022 which revealed a 23% decrease, while complaints about school incidents increased by 63%. Speaking to Anadolu, head of Research and Advocacy at CAIR Corey Saylor said it […]

Netherlands: Discrimination is mostly based on ethnicity, mostly Muslims
27th Apr 2023

Netherlands: Discrimination is mostly based on ethnicity, mostly Muslims

By Selman Aksunger AMSTERDAM (AA) : Disclination cases in the Netherlands were mostly based on ethnicity last year, according to an annual report. Prepared with the help of several institutions, the report said discrimination complaints made to the police and the children’s ombudsman in the country had increased compared to 2021. The number of discrimination […]

British-Pakistani writer withdraws from German conference after Palestinian disinvited
22nd Jun 2022

British-Pakistani writer withdraws from German conference after Palestinian disinvited

LONDON (AA):  Mohammed Hanif, a British-Pakistani writer, announced his withdrawal from a conference in Germany after Mohammed El-Kurd, a Palestinian writer and poet, was disinvited. The conference is being organized by the Goethe Institute and is titled Beyond the Lone Offender – Dynamics of the Global Right. It will take place in Hamburg, Germany from […]

Greece’s discriminatory policy towards its Muslim Turkish minority violates EU obligations
3rd Mar 2022

Greece’s discriminatory policy towards its Muslim Turkish minority violates EU obligations

By Ahmet Gencturk   ANKARA (AA): Greece’s discriminatory policy towards its Muslim Turkish minority violates its obligations under European Union law, a European political party said Wednesday. In a letter to the European Commission, the president of the European Free Alliance (EFA), Lorena Lopez de Lacalle, asked about the steps they would take to ensure […]

UN agency dismayed over reports of racism against foreigners fleeing Ukraine
2nd Mar 2022

UN agency dismayed over reports of racism against foreigners fleeing Ukraine

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, expressed dismay Tuesday over reports that foreigners fleeing Ukraine amid its war with Russia are experiencing mistreatment and pleaded for more humanity and compassion for non-Europeans and refugees from other nations. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi told journalists that 677,000 people […]

Netherlands: Islamophobia becoming normalized in Dutch society
21st Feb 2022

Netherlands: Islamophobia becoming normalized in Dutch society

By Selman Aksunger   AMSTERDAM (AA): Muslims in the Dutch capital Amsterdam think Islamophobia is “becoming increasingly normalized in society,” local media reported Sunday. An English-language newspaper in the Netherlands, NL Times, reported that a study into Islamophobia conducted by the Amsterdam municipality found that Muslims living in the city regularly face discrimination. The NL […]

France: Muslims face ongoing discrimination in higher learning: Study
19th Feb 2022

France: Muslims face ongoing discrimination in higher learning: Study

By Cindi Cook   PARIS (AA): A recent study conducted in France revealed that those with a Muslim name and surname applying to graduate programs are discriminated against more than those with ethnically French names. Researchers at both the Higher Education Discrimination and Equality Monitoring Agency (ONDES) and Gustave-Eiffel University sent more than 1,800 emails […]

US lawmaker: ‘Freedom of speech doesn’t exist for Muslim women in Congress’
11th Jun 2021

US lawmaker: ‘Freedom of speech doesn’t exist for Muslim women in Congress’

By Servet Gunerigok   WASHINGTON (AA): Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib defended her fellow Congresswoman Ilhan Omar on Thursday after the House Democrat leadership criticized Omar over her tweet seemingly equating the US with the Taliban. “Freedom of speech doesn’t exist for Muslim women in Congress,” Tlaib said on Twitter. Her tweet came after House Speaker Nancy […]

Germany: Real estate firm secretly discriminated against migrants, Muslims
22nd May 2021

Germany: Real estate firm secretly discriminated against migrants, Muslims

BERLIN (AA): For years a real estate firm in western Germany has systematically discriminated against migrants and Muslims by using racist codes in its internal documents, local media reported Friday. Brebau GmbH, the second-biggest real estate company in the city of Bremen, used codes to tag applicants according to its confidential classification system, daily Sueddeutsche […]

Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities
20th Feb 2021

Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities

By Beyza Binnur Donmez and Shuriah Niazi (AA): Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Friday accused the Indian government of adopting laws and policies that “systematically discriminate against Muslims and stigmatize critics of the government.” HRW’s report came days ahead Feb. 23, which marks the first anniversary of the violence in New Delhi, where 53 people […]

World faces ‘catastrophic moral failure’ over Covid-19 vaccines
19th Jan 2021

World faces ‘catastrophic moral failure’ over Covid-19 vaccines

By Peter Kenny GENEVA (AA): At least 49 higher-income countries have administered over 39 million jabs against COVID-19, but the World Health Organization chief warned Monday the planet is on the “brink of a catastrophic moral failure” in getting vaccines to the poorest nations. “More than 39 million doses of vaccine have now been administered […]

Austria: Do not link religion with terror, faith leaders warn
24th Nov 2020

Austria: Do not link religion with terror, faith leaders warn

By Askin Kiyagan VIENNA (AA): As racism and discrimination against Muslims in Austria soars, particularly after a terror attack on Nov. 2, clerics in the European country warn the authorities not to associate terrorism with any religion. After a hijab and face veil ban, and ban on foreign funding of religious groups, populist politicians have […]

Wales: Major changes needed to address BAME health inequalities, says Drakeford
25th Sep 2020

Wales: Major changes needed to address BAME health inequalities, says Drakeford

By Hamed Chapman   London, (The Muslim News): The Welsh Government has admitted that there is still a “long way to go” to address entrenched inequalities experienced by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people, highlighted by the disproportionate impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. “We are reconfirming our long-held commitment to advancing equality for all,” […]

Germany: Labor court upholds Muslim teacher’s right to wear hijab
29th Aug 2020

Germany: Labor court upholds Muslim teacher’s right to wear hijab

By Cuneyt Karadag   BERLIN (AA):The capital Berlin’s ban on teachers who are wearing headscarves is unconstitutional, a top German court ruled Thursday. A Muslim teacher who was not allowed to teach in Berlin state schools because she wore a headscarf was “discriminated against because of her religion,” the Federal Labor Court [Bundesarbeitsgericht] ruled. Dirk […]

UK: Ethnic groups say UK police biased against them
21st Aug 2020

UK: Ethnic groups say UK police biased against them

LONDON (AA):  In Britain, police and the justice system are biased against two-thirds of the minority ethnic population, a new poll has suggested. The poll by campaign group Hope Not Hate came after months of Black Lives Matter protests across the UK following the murder of George Floyd by a policeman in the US. According […]

Indian premier claims discriminatory citizenship law ‘not against any religion’
17th Dec 2019

Indian premier claims discriminatory citizenship law ‘not against any religion’

By Shuriah Niazi and Riyaz ul Khaliq   NEW DELHI, India (AA): As protests against police crackdown in Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia — a central university — and new citizenship law, spread in other parts of the country on Monday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi calimed the new law will not affect any religion or […]

Canada court refuses to suspend religious symbol law
13th Dec 2019

Canada court refuses to suspend religious symbol law

By Barry Ellsworth   TRENTON, Canada (AA): The Quebec Court of Appeal Thursday refused to suspend the Quebec law that bans most public servants from wearing religious symbols while on the job, including teachers and police officers. The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, along with a university student, […]

India: Citizenship bill for all minorities except Muslims, clears parliament
10th Dec 2019

India: Citizenship bill for all minorities except Muslims, clears parliament

By Shuriah Niazi and Abdul Gani   NEW DELHI/Guwahati (AA): India’s lower house of parliament passed the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill on Monday, with 311 voting in support and 80 against. The bill was cleared after nearly 12 hours of debate and will now be presented in the upper house. Under the bill, citizenship would […]

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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