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In conversation with Maisie Alexandra Byers, co-founder of the world’s first Muslim ballet school
16th Jul 2021

In conversation with Maisie Alexandra Byers, co-founder of the world’s first Muslim ballet school

(Photo courtesy of Maisie Alexandra Byers) Maisie Alexandra Byers studied ballet from a young age; she trained professionally at the Royal Academy of Dance, gaining a degree in Ballet Education and a Distinction in the Licentiate of the Royal Academy … Continued

In conversation with award-winning poet and spoken word artist Aminah Rahman
14th May 2021

In conversation with award-winning poet and spoken word artist Aminah Rahman

(Photo courtesy of Aminah Rahman) Aminah Rahman is a 17-year-old multi-award-winning published poet and spoken word artist. The A-level student is a third-generation Bangladeshi and the only daughter of her family. Her maternal grandfather settled in Cambridge in 1957 and … Continued

In conversation with avid equestrian Noori Husain
19th Mar 2021

In conversation with avid equestrian Noori Husain

 Noori Husain and her coach Bec, winning the annual introductory dressage shield in May 2019. (Courtesy of Chalfont Heights Riding Club) Noori Husain is a 26-year-old junior doctor who has worked for the NHS and is currently working in New … Continued

In conversation with Thahmina Begum, one of UK’s youngest headteachers
26th Feb 2021

In conversation with Thahmina Begum, one of UK’s youngest headteachers

(Photo courtesy of Thahmina Begum) At just 33, Thahmina Begum is believed to be one of the youngest headteachers in the country, she heads up Forest Gate Community School, an ‘outstanding’ secondary school with GCSE results in the country’s top … Continued

In conversation with trailblazing rugby player Zainab Alema
25th Dec 2020

In conversation with trailblazing rugby player Zainab Alema

(Photo credit: Geoff Pugh) British Ghanaian rugby player Zainab Alema and The Sunday Times newly named Vitality Grassroots Sportswoman of the Year took some time off her busy schedule to speak to The Muslim News about life as a Black … Continued

In conversation with Mya-Rose Craig, ornithologist, climate and equal rights campaigner
27th Nov 2020

In conversation with Mya-Rose Craig, ornithologist, climate and equal rights campaigner

Mya-Rose Craig, 18, takes part in a youth strike in the middle of the Arctic Ocean,hundreds of miles above the Arctic Circle. (Credit: Daniella Zalcman/Greenpeace)   Dubbed ‘Britain’s Greta Thunberg’ 18-year-old Mya-Rose aka Birdgirl holds the mantle of Britain’s youngest … Continued

In conversation with Dr Hamimah Tuyan, widow of the 51st victim of the New Zealand mosques terror attack
25th Sep 2020

In conversation with Dr Hamimah Tuyan, widow of the 51st victim of the New Zealand mosques terror attack

(Photo credit: Dr Hamimah Tuyan/Twitter) Singapore-based, mum-of-two Dr Hamimah Tuyan, exhausted all of her annual work leave, left her young sons behind and boarded a flight to New Zealand, where she then endured a fortnight of Covid-19 travellers’ isolation to … Continued

In conversation with Khadijah Mellah, the first hijab wearing jockey
27th Sep 2019

In conversation with Khadijah Mellah, the first hijab wearing jockey

Khadijah with Haverland after winning the Magnolia Cup (Photo: courtesy of the Great British Racing) On August 1, 18-year-old Khadijah won the Magnolia Cup charity race for women riders at the Qatar Goodwood Festival. In doing so, she became the … Continued

In conversation with Zamzam Ibrahim, President of the National Union of Students
30th Aug 2019

In conversation with Zamzam Ibrahim, President of the National Union of Students

(Photo: Benny Johnson/NUS) Zamzam Ibrahim officially took over as National Union of Students (NUS) President from Shakira Martin last month becoming the union’s  second Muslim female president. Ibrahim titled her candidacy ‘A fighting NUS’ and centred it on tackling racism on … Continued

In conversation with Raabia Hussain, Independent filmmaker
26th Jul 2019

In conversation with Raabia Hussain, Independent filmmaker

Filmmaker Raabia Hussain in Nandi county, North Rift of Kenya (Photo courtesy of Raabia Hussain) Independent filmmaker, Raabia Hussain has worked on mainstream documentaries and projects with an internationally well-known broadcaster. For the last two years, she has worked for … Continued

In conversation with Rakhia Ismail, the UK’s first Somali-born Mayor
28th Jun 2019

In conversation with Rakhia Ismail, the UK’s first Somali-born Mayor

(Photo:  Islington Council) Councillor Rakhia Mohammed Ismail has been chosen as Islington’s Mayor for 2019-20 at Islington’s Annual Council meeting on May 16. The Holloway Ward Councillor is the first Somali-born woman to hold the position of Lord Mayor in … Continued

In conversation with Maz Saleem, daughter of neo-Nazi terror victim
31st May 2019

In conversation with Maz Saleem, daughter of neo-Nazi terror victim

(Photo courtesy of Maz Saleem) Maz Saleem has been tirelessly campaigning against Islamophobia and racism for the last six years. She is the daughter of the late Mohammad Saleem who was stabbed in a racially-motivated murder in April 2013. His … Continued

In conversation with Dr Saliha Mahmood, a MasterChef champ
24th Nov 2017

In conversation with Dr Saliha Mahmood, a MasterChef champ

(Photo: Plank PR) Six months ago more than six million viewers tuned in to watch junior doctor Saliha Mahmood Ahmed crowned the 13th MasterChef champion.  Along the way, the mother-of-one had fought off 63 other amateur cooks over seven gruelling … Continued

In conversation with Ginella Massa, Canada’s first hijab-wearing news reporter
24th Mar 2016

In conversation with Ginella Massa, Canada’s first hijab-wearing news reporter

Last month, Ginella Massa made history becoming Canada’s first hijab-wearing television news correspondent reporting for CityNews Toronto. Ginella has also worked for CTV News, Rogers TV and NewsTalk 1010 and frequently writes about her journey in broadcast media, as well as … Continued

In conversation with Nadiya Hussain, Great British Bake Off winner
30th Oct 2015

In conversation with Nadiya Hussain, Great British Bake Off winner

The Muslim News caught up with the queen of self-deprecating one liners and made for TV facial expressions aka Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain to talk chocolate peacocks, soufflés, the pressures of being a Muslim role model and … 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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