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Farrukh Younus

Farrukh I Younus has a background in mobile phone strategy across Europe and Asia, and has visited China on more than 25 occasions. Dedicated to understanding and delivering solutions based on new technology, Younus has spoken on the subject to the EU in Brussels, and regularly attends industry-leading conferences. He currently runs a video platform, Implausibleblog, delivering lifestyle content via social media; where his focus is on understanding consumer behaviour with regards to digital content and digital advertising. His interests include travel, nouvelle cuisine, and chocolate.

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Remembering Togetherness on Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday

The Message of Madinah Islam’s Success Through Diversity Living the Prophet’s Example The Message of Madinah As I sit in yet another restaurant waiting for my main course, I dip pieces of the freshly baked gourmet bread into a mix of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. This Italian tradition from one of my favorite countries …


KPMG Leads the Way for Muslims, Minorities in the UK

LONDON – Workplace discrimination is a real issue affecting many individuals and organizations across the UK. Leading the way in an effort to counter this unjust practice is one of the ‘big four,’ KPMG who employ over 180,000 in the financial services sector around the world. On Tuesday, 13th of November, KPMG hosted a talk …


How Will Manners Improve Our Society?

LONDON – At a time of rising hate and racism, conversation, dialogue, and engagement remain a top priority that have always been encouraged by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who once said, he who has something to ask, should ask. It is only through the exchange of words that we can understand a person’s …


Petition Wants Muslim Woman on UK Bank Note

LONDON – A petition to recognize British Muslim efforts has been started by Zehra Zaidi, who has been campaigning for the image of Noor Inayat Khan, a British Muslim woman who served our military during WWII, on the new £50 bank note. Serving as a secret agent, Khan was born in Moscow to an Indian father and …


How to Fight Hate Crimes? British Muslim Answers

LONDON – Hate crime is on the rise. Official statistics released on October 16th from the Home Office show a 17% rise in hate crime offenses with 94,098 incidents recorded. The worrying number has more than doubled since 2012/3. Of these, 76% account for race hate crime, while 9%, that is 8,336, are religious hate …


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