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Bosnia: Sarajevo marks 30th anniversary of siege with memories still alive
6th Apr 2022

Bosnia: Sarajevo marks 30th anniversary of siege with memories still alive

By Ahmet Nurduhan and Kemal Zorlak SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AA): The 1992 Bosnian War, which started with Serbian troops’ siege of Sarajevo and left over 100,000 people killed, has still its traces alive though decades have passed. The EU … Continued

Ukraine’s president forms delegation for talks with Russia
5th Apr 2022

Ukraine’s president forms delegation for talks with Russia

By Nazir Aliyev Tayfur   KYIV, Ukraine (AA): Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a decree Monday on the official creation of a delegation for talks with Russia as Ukraine alleges Russian troops committed war crimes in Bucha. According to a … Continued

Ukraine: Imam evacuated from Mariupol calls for humanitarian aid
30th Mar 2022

Ukraine: Imam evacuated from Mariupol calls for humanitarian aid

By Mesut Zeyrek   COLOGNE, Germany (AA): A Turkish imam evacuated from the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol called for urgent humanitarian aid to the region. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Mehmet Yuce, the imam of the Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent … Continued

Ukraine says Russian attacks has killed 136 children, injured 200
27th Mar 2022

Ukraine says Russian attacks has killed 136 children, injured 200

By Ruslan Rehimov   KYIV, Ukraine (AA): A total of 136 children have so far been killed in Russia’s month-long war on Ukraine, Ukrainian officials said Saturday. Nearly 200 children have also been injured in the conflict since it began … Continued

Hezbollah denies sending fighters to Ukraine amid Russian war
19th Mar 2022

Hezbollah denies sending fighters to Ukraine amid Russian war

By Stephanie Rady BEIRUT, Lebanon (AA) : Lebanese group Hezbollah has categorically denied sending fighters to Ukraine to support Russian troops as Moscow’s war on Kyiv enters its fourth week. “I categorically deny any of these claims,” Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan … Continued

Ukraine: 97 children killed since war began
16th Mar 2022

Ukraine: 97 children killed since war began

By Davit Kachkachishvili   KYIV, Ukraine (AA); Ninety-seven children in Ukraine have been killed in attacks by the Russian army, authorities said Tuesday. The office of the chief prosecutor in Ukraine said more than 100 children have also been injured … Continued

Ukraine: Head of UNICEF appalled by attack on maternity hospital
10th Mar 2022

Ukraine: Head of UNICEF appalled by attack on maternity hospital

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The head of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said Wednesday she is “horrified” by an attack on a maternity hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine which has reportedly left young children and women in labor … Continued

Spanish court backs Twitter’s temporary ban on Vox party over Islamophobic tweet
9th Mar 2022

Spanish court backs Twitter’s temporary ban on Vox party over Islamophobic tweet

By Alyssa McMurtry
   OVIEDO, Spain (AA): The Supreme Court of Spain on Tuesday backed Twitter’s decision to temporarily block the account of Vox party for hate speech. The social media platform decided to block the far-right party from tweeting … Continued

2M people have fled Ukraine into neighboring countries, says UNHCR
8th Mar 2022

2M people have fled Ukraine into neighboring countries, says UNHCR

By Burak Dag   ANKARA (AA): 2 million people have fled Ukraine to neighboring countries since Russia launched a war on its neighbor on Feb. 24, according to the UN refugee agency on Monday. According to data on the UNHCR … Continued

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 … Continued

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 … Continued

South Africa urges UNSC to intervene in Russia-Ukraine conflict
26th Feb 2022

South Africa urges UNSC to intervene in Russia-Ukraine conflict

By Hassan Isilow JOHANNESBURG (AA): South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa urged the UN Security Council on Friday to intervene in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. “The UN Security Council should be engaged in the negotiation process. It is not … Continued

Nato troops must not enter Ukraine, UK minister warns
25th Feb 2022

Nato troops must not enter Ukraine, UK minister warns

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): The British Government will “explore all that we can do to support the Ukrainians themselves over the next few days”, Armed Forces Minister, James Heappey, told MPs Friday. “But we must all in … Continued

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 … Continued

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 … Continued

Belgian court rules ‘Stop Islamization’ slogan is not racist
11th Feb 2022

Belgian court rules ‘Stop Islamization’ slogan is not racist

By Agnes Szucs   BRUSSELS (AA): A Belgian court found that the “Stop Islamization” slogan printed on banners and leaflets is not racist and that it only “expresses an opinion,” local media reported on Thursday. The court of appeal in … Continued

Islamophobic attacks continue across France
2nd Feb 2022

Islamophobic attacks continue across France

By Alaaddin Dogru   ANKARA (AA): Islamophobic attacks continue across France with two separate incidents reported last week. A Muslim butcher and grocery store that sells halal products in the southwestern province of Lot-et-Garonne was targeted on Sunday night. Setting … Continued

Ukraine: Amid tensions, Muslims in eastern Ukrainian town hopeful for peace
30th Jan 2022

Ukraine: Amid tensions, Muslims in eastern Ukrainian town hopeful for peace

By Jeyhun Aliyev and Talha Yavuz   KOSTIANTYNIVKA, Ukraine (AA): The Muslim community of the town of Kostiantynivka in eastern Ukraine is still hopeful for “peace and goodness” amid the recent escalation of tensions in the region. Though the industrial … Continued

French region cancels subsidy to art festival over mural of woman wearing hijab
29th Jan 2022

French region cancels subsidy to art festival over mural of woman wearing hijab

By Yusuf Ozcan   PARIS (AA): The French region of Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes suspended subsidies for a street-art festival in Grenoble because of a mural of a woman wearing a hijab. The region said in a statement that the mural was “provocative” … Continued

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

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

By Shweta Desai   PARIS (AA): French lawmakers have voted in favor of an amendment prohibiting the wearing of the hijab at sporting events, resulting in the exclusion of Muslim female athletes from competitive field sports. During a discussion on … 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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