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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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UK Faiths Unite in Solidarity with NZ Muslims

LONDON – British Muslims, Christians, Jews, those of other faiths and those without faith gathered at Regents Park Mosque in London for #ActingInSolidarity, a program put together by the Naz Legacy Foundation in response to the terrorist atrocity in Christchurch. “Those who attack Muslims in this country or elsewhere attack every human being. For Muslims …


Where Do We Go After Christchurch?

Hours after the atrocious terrorist attacks in Christchurch resulting in the murder of 49 human beings, three men drove past a mosque in east London shouting Islamaphobic remarks, calling those attending Friday prayers ‘terrorists.’ Some of the worshippers went after the car when it stopped, three men stepped out and they attacked one of the …


Jesus Wept: Terrorism in Christchurch

The third largest city in New Zealand has come under terrorist attack by extremists who targeted at least two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Reports of at least 40 people murdered with dozens more injured have sent ripples across the world. Such was the severity of the incident that immediately afterwards put the city …


UK Parliamentary Group on Muslims Marks Women’s Day

The All Parliamentary Group on British Muslims hosted a program Wednesday, March 6, in support of International Women’s Day at the Palace of Westminster. The APPGs objectives are to help improve the condition of British Muslims from a policy perspective addressing the challenges faced, celebrating the contributions of, and investigating prejudice towards, Muslims in the …


Smiles, Samosas Welcome People to Surrey Oldest Mosque

WOKING, Surrey – Over 250 Mosques across the UK opened their doors to visitors on March 3rd as part of the Muslim Council of Britain’s Visit My Mosque open day. The oldest purpose-built mosque, the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, Surrey, took part in the program with four offerings: A chance to look inside the historical …


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