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Int’l community must take firm action to protect human rights, dignity of Palestinians: UN expert
31st Mar 2023

Int’l community must take firm action to protect human rights, dignity of Palestinians: UN expert

By Beyza Binnur Donmez GENEVA (AA): The international community must take firm action to protect the human rights and dignity of Palestinians “at a moment of increased violence in the occupied Palestinian territory, with the new Israeli government threatening even further annexation,” a UN expert said on Thursday “The wave of deadly violence sweeping through […]

UNSC warns Israeli settlement expansion threatens peace in a watered down resolution
21st Feb 2023

UNSC warns Israeli settlement expansion threatens peace in a watered down resolution

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON (AA, and Agencies): The UN Security Council unanimously showed “concern” and “dismay” Monday Israeli plans to greatly expand its construction of settlements in the occupied West Bank, which are considered illegal under international law in a watered-down resolution which would have demanded a halt to Israeli settlement activity. The Reuters news […]

UN rights chief calls for halt to illogical escalation in Israel, Palestine
4th Feb 2023

UN rights chief calls for halt to illogical escalation in Israel, Palestine

By Peter Kenny GENEVA : The UN human rights chief urged an end Friday to the illogical escalation in Palestine and Israel which is claiming human lives. “Rather than doubling down on failed approaches of violence and coercion that have singularly failed in the past, I urge everyone involved to step out of the illogic […]

UN adopts resolution asking World court to weigh in on Israeli occupation of Palestine
31st Dec 2022

UN adopts resolution asking World court to weigh in on Israeli occupation of Palestine

By Betul Yuruk   UNITED NATIONS (AA): The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution Friday that asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to give an advisory opinion on the legal consequences of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories. Eighty-seven member states voted in favor of the resolution, while 26 countries, including Israel, US, UK, Germany […]

UK: Cameron singles out Muslims for failure of Prevent programme
28th Apr 2022

UK: Cameron singles out Muslims for failure of Prevent programme

By Hamed Chapman and Ahmed J Versi London, (The Muslim News): Former Prime Minister, David Cameron, has been accused of Islamophobia after targeting Muslims but not other critics of the Government’s discredited Prevent Extremism programme as “enabling terrorism”. The controversial counterterrorism strategy has come under sustained criticism for many years including from such organisations as […]

280m people on brink of starvation globally, warns UN food agency
13th Apr 2022

280m people on brink of starvation globally, warns UN food agency

By Ovunc Kutlu   ANKARA (AA): Around 280 million people are on the brink of starvation in the world due to a number of reasons, the head of World Food Program (WFP) said on Tuesday. The number had first spiked to 135 million during the COVID-19 crisis from 80 million five years ago, David Beasley […]

More than 3.3M people died from COVID-19 in 2021: WHO
22nd Dec 2021

More than 3.3M people died from COVID-19 in 2021: WHO

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): More than 3.3 million people have lost their lives to COVID-19 this year – more deaths than from HIV, malaria and tuberculosis combined in 2020, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday. WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said the novel coronavirus continues to claim around 50,000 lives […]

UK: Mandatory masks in shops & on public transport starts Tuesday
29th Nov 2021

UK: Mandatory masks in shops & on public transport starts Tuesday

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): The British Government confirmed Monday that the wearing of masks in shops and on public transport is again being made mandatory in an attempt to slow the spread of the new Covid variant, Omicron. However, it came under fire in the House of Commons for removing the restriction […]

One woman or girl killed by family members every 11 minutes globally
27th Nov 2021

One woman or girl killed by family members every 11 minutes globally

By Seda Sevencan   ISTANBUL (AA): A woman or girl is being killed by someone in their family every 11 minutes in the world, UNODC Executive Director Ghada Waly said on Thursday. “In 2020, 47,000 women and girls worldwide died at the hands of intimate partners or other family members, according to new data released […]

Scotland: Fossil fuel lobby at COP26 larger than any single country
9th Nov 2021

Scotland: Fossil fuel lobby at COP26 larger than any single country

By Aysu Bicer   GLASGOW, Scotland (AA): If the fossil fuel lobby were a country delegation at COP26, it would be the largest with 503 delegates — two dozen more than the largest country delegation, an analysis led by a human rights group showed on Monday. Evaluating the participant list published by the UN at […]

WHO: Vaccine gap grows between rich and poor
23rd Mar 2021

WHO: Vaccine gap grows between rich and poor

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The gap between vaccines administered in rich countries and those dispensed through the COVAX program is growing and becoming “more grotesque” every day, the World Health Organization chief said Monday, describing this as “self-defeating.” At a webinar on COVID-19 in Geneva, WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said countries vaccinating younger, […]

UN: Anti-Muslim hatred at ‘epidemic’ proportions
5th Mar 2021

UN: Anti-Muslim hatred at ‘epidemic’ proportions

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): In response to security threats due to horrific acts purportedly carried out in the name of Islam, some states have responded by adopting measures that disproportionately target Muslims, the leading UN expert on freedom of religion said Thursday. Ahmed Shaheed, the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or […]

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 […]

WHO committee rules against Covid-19 vaccine passports
16th Jan 2021

WHO committee rules against Covid-19 vaccine passports

By Peter Kenny GENEVA (AA) – The key emergency committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) said Friday that a lack of data on vaccine safety is a barrier to ensuring a quick and equitable global supply of vaccines and recommended against countries issuing vaccine passports. “If you look at the recommendation made by the […]

UN chief warns of ‘grim realities’ in Palestine
2nd Dec 2020

UN chief warns of ‘grim realities’ in Palestine

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON (AA): Occupied Palestine is facing “grim realities” as it confronts the decreasing possibility of a negotiated settlement to end the conflict with Israel, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday. “I address you today with a deep sense of worry about the grim realities in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the diminishing […]

COVID-19 may have infected 10% of world: WHO
6th Oct 2020

COVID-19 may have infected 10% of world: WHO

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): Around 10% of the world’s population may have already been infected with COVID-19, the World Health Organization’s chief of emergencies said Monday. Speaking at a 34-member WHO executive board meeting on COVID-19, Dr. Mike Ryan said that southeast Asia continues to see a surge in cases, with Europe and […]

WHO chief warns against Covid-19 ‘vaccine nationalism’
19th Aug 2020

WHO chief warns against Covid-19 ‘vaccine nationalism’

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): The WHO chief on Tuesday called on countries to share their supplies to fight COVID-19 strategically and globally, warning against “supply nationalism” around the development of vaccines and medicines. “While there is a wish amongst leaders to protect their own people first, the response to this pandemic has to […]

Phase 3 vaccine trials ‘no silver bullet’ for virus:WHO
4th Aug 2020

Phase 3 vaccine trials ‘no silver bullet’ for virus:WHO

By Peter Kenny   GENEVA (AA): Despite several vaccines now in phase three clinical trials for COVID-19, there is currently no silver bullet, and there might never be, for the virus, the head of the WHO said Monday. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said several countries that had appeared to be past the worst in […]

UN warns of more animal-to-human viruses
7th Jul 2020

UN warns of more animal-to-human viruses

By Servet Gunerigok   WASHINGTON (AA): Further outbreaks will emerge unless governments take active measures to prevent other zoonotic diseases from crossing into the human population, according to a UN report Monday. COVID-19, Ebola, MERS, West Nile and Rift Valley fever are caused by viruses that have jumped from animal hosts to the human population. […]

UK: Virtual Parliament set to hold Government to account
21st Apr 2020

UK: Virtual Parliament set to hold Government to account

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking in House of Commons last month. MPs are seen sitting 2 meters apart during the session. (Credit: Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament) By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): MPs are set to back unique plans for a new “hybrid” Parliament Tuesday to allow the Government to be scrutinised and brought to […]

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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