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New Zealand mosque attacks: Premier vows accountability
8th Dec 2020

New Zealand mosque attacks: Premier vows accountability

By Riyaz ul Khaliq (AA): New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday vowed accountability for the families of the victims of last year’s mosque attacks in Christchurch, as her government is set to publicly release a major report on … Continued

India: ‘Never forget’: India MP on Babri mosque demolition anniv
7th Dec 2020

India: ‘Never forget’: India MP on Babri mosque demolition anniv

By Ahmad Adil NEW DELHI (AA): India’s most recognized Muslim politician and President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday asked people to “never forget” about the demolition of Babri Masjid. On Dec. 6, 1992, the 16th … 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

Azerbaijan slams Western concerns of Christian heritage but not Islamic ones
25th Nov 2020

Azerbaijan slams Western concerns of Christian heritage but not Islamic ones

By Jeyhun Aliyev ANKARA, Turkey (AA): Azerbaijan’s leader on Monday criticized the leaders of some Western countries who “remained silent” over the destruction by Armenian forces of Azerbaijani cultural and religious monuments in the occupied territories. Addressing the nation in … Continued

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 … Continued

US: Imam assaulted, rights group urges hate crime probe
20th Nov 2020

US: Imam assaulted, rights group urges hate crime probe

By Ovunc Kutlu (AA): A US Muslim civil rights and advocacy group called for a full investigation by local police into a hate crime committed against a Muslim religious leader in southern California city of Anaheim in the Los Angeles … Continued

France: 4 Muslim children ‘terrorized’ by police for 11 hours
8th Nov 2020

France: 4 Muslim children ‘terrorized’ by police for 11 hours

By Umit Donmez PARIS (AA): This week four elementary school children were “terrorized” and grilled during more than 11 hours of detention by French police over false allegations of “justifying terrorism,” according to the children’s parents. The police “clearly wanted … Continued

France: Arson attack targets mosque
1st Nov 2020

France: Arson attack targets mosque

By Yusuf Ozcan   PARİS (AA) – An unidentified arsonist attempted to set fire to a mosque in Chateaudun, France, the head of the mosque said Saturday. The General Secretary of Islamic Confederation National Opinion (CİMG), Fatih Saikir said someone … Continued

France: Mosque in Vernon receives death threats
28th Oct 2020

France: Mosque in Vernon receives death threats

By Alaattin Dogru   PARIS (AA): A mosque in Vernon district in northern France received a threatening notice Tuesday, according to a post on Twitter by the Islam & Info website. The notice, left in the mosque’s mailbox, contained death … Continued

France: Police arrest Muslim NGO head in raid
15th Oct 2020

France: Police arrest Muslim NGO head in raid

By Alaattin Dogru   PARIS (AA): French police raided Wednesday the home of Muslim NGO BarakaCity’s founder and arrested him, the organization, which broadcast the raid live on its social channels, said. Idriss Sihamedi, the NGO’s president, was beaten up … Continued

Canada: Toronto mosque closed after violent threats
14th Oct 2020

Canada: Toronto mosque closed after violent threats

By Barry Ellsworth   TRENTON, Canada (AA): A Toronto mosque remained closed Tuesday after receiving violent threats as police investigate the incident. “The threats specifically contained a promise that guns had been procured to ‘do a Christchurch all over again,” … Continued

Germany: 188 Islamophobic crimes in 3 months, 15 mosques attacked
9th Oct 2020

Germany: 188 Islamophobic crimes in 3 months, 15 mosques attacked

BERLIN (AA) – German police recorded 188 Islamophobic crimes in the second quarter of this year, the country’s Interior Ministry has said. At least 15 mosques were attacked between April and June, and dozens of Muslims were physically assaulted or … Continued

India: Case acquitting accused in demolition of Babri Mosque ‘an institutional failure’
1st Oct 2020

India: Case acquitting accused in demolition of Babri Mosque ‘an institutional failure’

By Iftikhar Gilani   (AA): Describing the handling of a case pertaining to the demolition of the 16th century Babri Mosque as “an institutional failure”, an Indian legal luminary believed that successive governments in New Delhi and the Indian province … Continued

Canadian Muslims urge gov’t to act against hate groups
25th Sep 2020

Canadian Muslims urge gov’t to act against hate groups

By Barry Ellsworth   TRENTON, Canada (AA): Following the murder of a caretaker at a Toronto mosque earlier this week, the head of a Muslim organization called Thursday for the government to do more to “eradicate this scourge” of white … Continued

France: MPs leave meeting over student wearing hijab
18th Sep 2020

France: MPs leave meeting over student wearing hijab

By Alaattin Dogru   PARIS (AA) :  Right-wing and republican lawmakers walked out of a meeting in France’s parliament Thursday due to the presence of a woman wearing a Muslim headscarf. During the meeting in Paris, which was discussing the … Continued

Pakistan urges ASEAN to speak out against Islamophobia
13th Sep 2020

Pakistan urges ASEAN to speak out against Islamophobia

By Aamir Latif   KARACHI, Pakistan(AA): Pakistan on Saturday urged members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to speak out against the rise of Islamophobia and extremist tendencies around the globe. The call was made by Foreign Minister Shah … Continued

Canadian judge apologizes for hijab ruling
9th Sep 2020

Canadian judge apologizes for hijab ruling

By Barry Ellsworth   TERNTON, Canada (AA): A Muslim woman whose hijab was compared to wearing a hat and sunglasses in court, finally received an apology Tuesday from a Quebec judge. But the apology was five years in the making … Continued

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 … Continued

New Zealand: Sentencing of terrorist who murdered 51 worshippers in mosques begins
24th Aug 2020

New Zealand: Sentencing of terrorist who murdered 51 worshippers in mosques begins

By Jeyhun Aliyev   (AA): The four-day sentencing hearing of the terrorist responsible for the Christchurch mosque attacks, the worst mass shooting in New Zealand’s modern history, began Monday morning, according to a local daily. Brenton Tarrant, 29, an Australian … Continued

India: Court drops case against ‘scapegoated’ Muslims on spreading coronavirus
23rd Aug 2020

India: Court drops case against ‘scapegoated’ Muslims on spreading coronavirus

By Shuriah Niazi   NEW DELHI (AA): A court in western India quashed criminal proceedings Saturday against foreign and Indian nationals accused of snubbing precautions against the novel coronavirus by attending a Muslim congregation in a mosque, saying they were … 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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