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Afghanistan: Women stage ‘silent protest’ in support of girls’ education
20th Sep 2021

Afghanistan: Women stage ‘silent protest’ in support of girls’ education

By Shafiq Ahmad KABUL, Afghanistan (AA) – A small group of women gathered in Kabul on Sunday for a “silent protest” against the interim Taliban administration’s decision permitting only boys and male teachers to resume their educational activities in Afghanistan. … Continued

UN rights chief deplores Israel’s use of force against Palestinian civilians
14th Sep 2021

UN rights chief deplores Israel’s use of force against Palestinian civilians

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The UN human rights chief on Monday deplored the use of “excessive or entirely unwarranted” force by Israeli security forces on Palestinians as well as the Palestinian Authority’s “crackdowns on dissent,” in a verbal … Continued

Turkey rescues 97 asylum seekers in Aegean Sea
9th Sep 2021

Turkey rescues 97 asylum seekers in Aegean Sea

By Sabri Kesen, Gokhan Duzyol and Ali Balli   MUGLA/AYDIN, Turkey (AA): Turkey rescued 97 asylum seekers who were illegally pushed back by the Greek Coast Guard into Turkish territorial waters in the Aegean Sea, security sources said Wednesday. Acting … Continued

Family barred by Indian police from attending Kashmiri leader Geelani funeral
2nd Sep 2021

Family barred by Indian police from attending Kashmiri leader Geelani funeral

By Riyaz ul Khaliq   (AA): Amid restrictions on people’s movement and internet and cellular services, Indian police took the body of Kashmir’s top leader Syed Ali Geelani and buried him under its custody in the capital Srinagar early on … Continued

Israeli forces killed 55 Palestinians in West Bank since start of year: UN
29th Aug 2021

Israeli forces killed 55 Palestinians in West Bank since start of year: UN

By Gozde Bayar   ANKARA (AA) – A total of 55 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank this year, all by live ammunition, according to a new report by the UN Office for the Coordination … Continued

Taliban should be encouraged to respect all human rights: UN rights chief
25th Aug 2021

Taliban should be encouraged to respect all human rights: UN rights chief

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The UN Human Rights Council passed a resolution by consensus Tuesday which called for a cease-fire in Afghanistan and urged all parties to halt violence and refrain from undermining the fundamental freedoms of its … Continued

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, … Continued

Afghanistan: Taliban ‘tortured and massacred’ Hazara minority last month
20th Aug 2021

Afghanistan: Taliban ‘tortured and massacred’ Hazara minority last month

By Nadine Osman London, (The Muslim News): The Taliban massacred nine members of the Hazara minority in Afghanistan, says human rights group Amnesty International in a harrowing report published Thursday. The report includes testimonies from witnesses who gave accounts of … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: Return statehood to restore confidence, says opposition leader
6th Aug 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: Return statehood to restore confidence, says opposition leader

By Ahmad Adil   NEW DELHI (AA): A senior opposition leader in India has said that contrary to the claims of progress, the state of Jammu and Kashmir has retreated in the past two years since the revocation of its … Continued

Egyptian court sentences 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
30th Jul 2021

Egyptian court sentences 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death

By Ibrahim al-Khazen   ISTANBUL, Turkey (AA): An Egyptian court on Thursday sentenced 24 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death in two separate cases involving the killing of police officers. The state-owned al-Ahram newspaper said the Damanhour Criminal Court ordered … Continued

Bangladesh: Fire guts over 60 Rohingya tents at Cox’s Bazar camp
21st Jul 2021

Bangladesh: Fire guts over 60 Rohingya tents at Cox’s Bazar camp

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): More than 60 makeshift tents of Rohingya refugees at a camp in Bangladesh’s southern Cox’s Bazar district were gutted in a fire late Tuesday, according to Rohingya and official sources. “We primarily came … Continued

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 … Continued

World leaders commemorate 26th anniversary of Srebrenica genocide
12th Jul 2021

World leaders commemorate 26th anniversary of Srebrenica genocide

By Talha Ozturk, Dilan Pamuk, and Aamir Latif   BELGRADE, Serbia/ANKARA (AA): Leading political figures across the world, including the Turkish president, commemorated the 1995 Srebrenica genocide on Sunday. Bosnia and Herzegovina marked the 26th anniversary of the tragic events, … Continued

139 die since January in Indian administered Kashmir
1st Jul 2021

139 die since January in Indian administered Kashmir

​​​​​​​By Aamir Latif   KARACHI, Pakistan (AA): Some 139 people, including 18 civilians, have been killed in Indian-administered Kashmir since January this year, according to a human rights report. According to a bi-annual human rights report released on Wednesday by … Continued

Rights body accuses Myanmar of harassing Muslims, setting mosque on fire
26th Jun 2021

Rights body accuses Myanmar of harassing Muslims, setting mosque on fire

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A UK-based rights group accused the Myanmar military junta of harassing minority Muslims and setting a mosque on fire. “A fire in a mosque in Ahlone Township, Yangon, is the latest incident of … Continued

US Muslim group urges Hilton to drop project on bulldozed Uyghur mosque
16th Jun 2021

US Muslim group urges Hilton to drop project on bulldozed Uyghur mosque

By Servet Gunerigok   WASHINGTON (AA): The largest Muslim advocacy organization in the US urged Hilton Worldwide Holdings on Tuesday to drop plans to build a hotel on the site of a bulldozed mosque in China’s Xinjiang region. The call … Continued

UN court’s Ratko Mladic genocide conviction welcomed by relatives of victims
9th Jun 2021

UN court’s Ratko Mladic genocide conviction welcomed by relatives of victims

By Talha Ozturk   BELGRADE, Serbia (AA): The upholding of Ratko Mladic’s conviction for genocide and crimes against humanity on Tuesday drew praise and relief from both the international community and relatives of his victims. Mladic, also known as the … Continued

Rohingya urge Myanmar shadow govt to keep promise, denounce role in past
5th Jun 2021

Rohingya urge Myanmar shadow govt to keep promise, denounce role in past

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Members of the Rohingya community expressed a cautious response to a declaration of Policy Position on the Rohingya in Rakhine State by the National Unity Government (NUG), an anti-coup shadow government in Myanmar. … Continued

UN experts concerned over rights abuses in Kashmir
1st Jun 2021

UN experts concerned over rights abuses in Kashmir

By Hilal Mir   SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA):  Allegations of arbitrary detentions, extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances are part of what appears to be an ongoing pattern of serious violations of human rights by Indian government forces in … 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

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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