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25th Oct 2019

India’s Supreme Court orders compensation for Gujarat riots rape victim

Nadine Osman The Supreme Court of India has called on the Gujarat State Government to compensate gang-rape survivor Bilkis Bano with £55,000 (₹5 million), job and accommodation within two weeks. Bano was gang-raped on March 3, 2002, and witnessed 14 … Continued

US blacklists Chinese agencies and tech giants involved in the persecution of Uyghur Muslims
25th Oct 2019

US blacklists Chinese agencies and tech giants involved in the persecution of Uyghur Muslims

A demonstrator takes part in a protest in Washington (on April 6) against China’s human rights abuses against Uyghur a Muslims, calling on the US to take action against Beijing (Photo:Yasin Öztürk/Anadolu Agency) Meng Yihua After years of painful silence … Continued

We are all extremists, according to Javid
28th Dec 2018

We are all extremists, according to Javid

(Image: Creative Commons) Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, may have ambitions to eventually replace Theresa May as the next Prime Minister after she was damaged in a party confidence vote. But it is hardly prime ministerial material to make derogatory remarks … Continued

Chinese Muslims detained indefinitely ‘re-education camps’
27th Jul 2018

Chinese Muslims detained indefinitely ‘re-education camps’

Uyghur Muslims from Xinjiang hold an anti-China protest outside White House on July 10, 2009 (Photo: Malcolm Brown/Flickr CC) Meng Yihua Since last Spring, China has reportedly confined over one million people in mass re-education camps, primarily in Xinjiang, the … Continued

Rohingya Muslim survives after playing dead for days
24th Nov 2017

Rohingya Muslim survives after playing dead for days

Rohingya Musilm refugees fleeing Myanmar military attack in Rakhine state reach Bangladesh border of Palongkhali of Coxs Bazaar on October 17 (Photo: Stringer/AA) Büşra Nur Özcan, Fatih Erel and Kubra Chuhan The 25-year-old teacher hid among the bodies of his … Continued

Peace elusive in Central African Republic as Muslim worshippers killed in mosque
26th Oct 2017

Peace elusive in Central African Republic as Muslim worshippers killed in mosque

Despite the visit of Pope Francis to Central Mosque under siege from armed Christian militias in Bangui, Central African Republic, on November 30, 2015, to bring Christians and Muslims together for peace, attacks on mosques have continued (Photo: Herve Serefio/ … Continued

Saudi-led coalition of accused evading legal liability on Yemen airstrikes
29th Sep 2017

Saudi-led coalition of accused evading legal liability on Yemen airstrikes

Civilian buildings destroyed by Saudi-led coalition, Yemen Sana’a, October 2015 (Photo: Almigdad Mojalli/VOA/Creative Commons) Harun Nasrullah Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Saudi-led coalition of evading international legal liability by refusing to present information on their role in alleged … Continued

23rd Jun 2017

Over 3,000 Iraqi and Syrian civilians killed by US-led airstrikes

Nadine Osman At least 3,100 civilians were killed by US-led airstrikes (from August 2014 to March 2017), according to data compiled by Airwars.org, a nonprofit group that tracks reports of civilian deaths in Iraq and Syria. The news comes as … Continued

23rd Jun 2017

Beards, veils banned in Muslim Xinjiang, Muslim students returning from abroad arrested

Meng Yihua The last few months have seen further increases in oppressive policies in China’s Muslim Xinjiang province. In the new legislation, effective April 1, China introduced restrictions on “abnormal” beards and wearing veils in public for the Muslim residents … Continued

31st Mar 2017

Fifa head succumbs to Israeli pressure on illegal settlement teams

  Harun Nasrullah Fifa President, Gianni Infantino, has been accused of succumbing to political pressure after he failed to implement rules which would have compelled the Israeli Football Association to expel six of its clubs based in illegal settlements. The … Continued

30th Dec 2016

Chinese Muslims face further infringements of basic rights as authorities demand passports

  Meng Yihua A few weeks ago, the Uyghur Muslims experienced further discrimination, as the regional police ordered an arbitrary recall of their passports indefinitely, curtailing the citizens’ freedom to travel. Over 10 million Uyghurs in China will be affected … Continued

29th Jul 2016

Extra-judicial killings condemned by human rights organisation in Kenya

Zainab Hassan The Human Rights Watch (HRW) condemned the Kenyan security forces of forcibly making at least 34 people disappear within the past two years through abusive counter-terrorism operations in both Nairobi and north eastern Kenya. Kenyan authorities are responsible … 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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