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NZ PM says Christchurch terror attack film should focus on Muslim community
15th Jun 2021

NZ PM says Christchurch terror attack film should focus on Muslim community

(AA): Following a backlash, New Zealand producer Philippa Campbell on Monday announced she will no longer be involved in the making of a controversial film on the Christchurch terror attacks, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern saying the Muslim community should … Continued

Muslim roles in Western films: Absent, distorted, insulted
12th Jun 2021

Muslim roles in Western films: Absent, distorted, insulted

By Merve Berker   ANKARA (AA): Although nearly a quarter of the world’s population is Muslim, their representation in key cinema markets is a paltry 1.6%, and their roles are often distorted in dangerous and insulting ways, according to a … Continued

Muslim roles in Western films: Absent, distorted, insulted
12th Jun 2021

Muslim roles in Western films: Absent, distorted, insulted

By Merve Berker   ANKARA (AA): Although nearly a quarter of the world’s population is Muslim, their representation in key cinema markets is a paltry 1.6%, and their roles are often distorted in dangerous and insulting ways, according to a … Continued

Canada: 4 dead after family run down by vehicle because “of their Muslim faith”
8th Jun 2021

Canada: 4 dead after family run down by vehicle because “of their Muslim faith”

By Barry Ellsworth TRENTON, Canada (AA): Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed his sorrow Monday for the four members of a Muslim family who were killed when a pickup truck driver intentionally plowed into them in London, Ontario. “There is evidence … Continued

Myanmar: Muslims form multi-ethnic consultative committee
31st May 2021

Myanmar: Muslims form multi-ethnic consultative committee

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Muslims in Myanmar from various ethnic backgrounds have formed the Muslims of Myanmar Multi-ethnic Consultative Committee (MMMCC) to restore democracy and justice in the country and protect the legitimate rights of all Muslim … Continued

New Kashmir laws ‘matter of grave concern’: UN experts
18th Apr 2021

New Kashmir laws ‘matter of grave concern’: UN experts

By Hilal Mir   SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India,  (AA): The loss of autonomy in August 2019 and introduction of new laws may lead to a reduced level of political representation and participation of local groups in the Indian-administered Jammu … Continued

US: Biden nominates first Muslim US federal judge
31st Mar 2021

US: Biden nominates first Muslim US federal judge

By Ovunc Kutlu   (AA): President Joe Biden nominated the first Muslim federal judge in the country’s history to a US District Court on Tuesday. If confirmed by the Senate, Zahid Quraishi will become the first Muslim to serve in … Continued

French mosque vandalized with Islamophobic graffiti
24th Feb 2021

French mosque vandalized with Islamophobic graffiti

By Shweta Desai   PARIS (AA): French Muslim organizations on Tuesday strongly condemned vandalism of an under-construction mosque in Strasbourg with Islamophobic graffiti. The words, “No to Islam, go back to your village” were sprayed across the fence on the … Continued

France: Protest in Paris over anti-Muslim draft law
15th Feb 2021

France: Protest in Paris over anti-Muslim draft law

By Alaattin Doru, Yusuf Ozcan PARIS (AA): Protesters gathered in Paris on Sunday to demonstrate against a proposed law that they said was discriminatory toward Muslims. The crowd gathered in the Trocadero Square against the bill dubbed Charter of Republican … Continued

Turkey: Greek Archbishop’s insulting remarks on Islam slammed
18th Jan 2021

Turkey: Greek Archbishop’s insulting remarks on Islam slammed

By Havva Kara Aydin (AA): The head of Diyanet, Turkey’s directorate of religious affairs, on Sunday slammed the Greek archbishop’s insulting remarks against Islam and Muslims, calling on Christians to oppose this “sick mentality.” Ali Erbas strongly condemned Archbishop Ieronymos … Continued

India: Halal certificate no longer mandatory for meat exports
11th Jan 2021

India: Halal certificate no longer mandatory for meat exports

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA) : Under new rules, meat from India no longer needs to be certified halal – following Muslim rules – before it is exported. The recently changed requirement is expected to end the domination of … Continued

Germany: Muslims concerned about rise of Islamophobia
6th Jan 2021

Germany: Muslims concerned about rise of Islamophobia

By Mesut Zeyrek COLOGNE (AA): Germany’s Turkish-Muslim community is alarmed by the increase in Islamophobic hate crimes, senior figures told Anadolu Agency Monday. Kemal Ergun, president of the Turkish-Muslim association IGMG, said more and more mosques have become the targets … Continued

Pakistan: 11 Hazara miners killed in armed attack in Balochistan
3rd Jan 2021

Pakistan: 11 Hazara miners killed in armed attack in Balochistan

By Aamir Latif KARACHI, Pakistan (AA): At least 11 Hazara Shia Muslim coal miners were kidnapped and later killed in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday, officials said. The incident took place in the remote Mach coalfield, about 48km (30 miles) east … Continued

India: Controversial alternate mosque design unveiled in Babri case
23rd Dec 2020

India: Controversial alternate mosque design unveiled in Babri case

By Ahmad Adil NEW DELHI (AA): A new design was unveiled for a mosque in the northern Indian city of Ayodhya as part of the settlement of the controversial Babri Mosque case. However, many Muslim organisations have rejected the proposed … Continued

EU upholds Belgian ban on halal kosher slaughter
18th Dec 2020

EU upholds Belgian ban on halal kosher slaughter

By Busra Nur Bilgic Cakmak (AA): Europe’s top court on Thursday backed a ban on the halal and kosher slaughter of animals in Belgium, triggering a backlash from Muslim and Jewish communities. The European Court of Justice ruled that “the … Continued

Philippines: Autonomous Bangsamoro gov’t takes over Cotabato city
16th Dec 2020

Philippines: Autonomous Bangsamoro gov’t takes over Cotabato city

By Riyaz ul Khaliq {AA): Almost two years after a referendum was held in the southern Philippines, the administration of Cotabato city was formally taken over by the autonomous Bangsamoro government on Tuesday. Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim, chief minister of the … Continued

India: New law targets interfaith couples
14th Dec 2020

India: New law targets interfaith couples

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA): Haidar Mansuri, 34, and 28-year-old Shabila Chand [both Muslim] in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh decided to get married after a year-long courtship. Shabila left her home in Azamgarh to marry Kushinagar resident … Continued

Canada mosque killer’s parole eligibility time reduced
27th Nov 2020

Canada mosque killer’s parole eligibility time reduced

By Barry Ellsworth TRENTON, Canada (AA): The parole eligibility for the killer of six people in the 2017 Quebec City Mosque shooting was reduced Thursday to 25 years from 40 years. The Quebec Court of Appeal ruled that the right … Continued

UK: Muslim leaders join calls to permit public worship during lockdown
5th Nov 2020

UK: Muslim leaders join calls to permit public worship during lockdown

By Hamed Chapman and Ahmed J Versi London, (The Muslim News): Muslim leaders have joined other national faith leaders in calling on the Government to permit public worship during the second national lockdown in England imposed to combat the Covid … Continued

India: 20 Muslims cleared of flouting virus rules
21st Oct 2020

India: 20 Muslims cleared of flouting virus rules

By Shuriah Niazi   NEW DELHI, India (AA): A court in western India Tuesday acquitted 20 members of a Muslim group who had been charged with violating the nationwide lockdown in April. The members of the Tablighi Jamaat, including 10 … Continued

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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