In the first such prosecution for 46 years, a Danish man who posed a video of himself setting fire to the holy Qur’an on Facebook has been charged with blasphemy.
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The Eastern British city of Norwich will get its first Muslim scout group soon, encouraging young people of all faiths to join and learn more about Muslims and the scouting movement.
Delving into the life of Birmingham Muslims, Channel 4 produced a new documentary from the city’s Central Mosque, one of the largest in Europe.
The first-ever modest fashion week kicked off in London this weekend, bringing Muslim women’s hijab to a catwalk complying with the Muslim values.
The removal of a British Muslim schoolteacher from a journey to New York last week has left his students in shock, despite the court suspension of President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Scotland’s first state-backed Islamic primary school is expected to open soon in Glasgow, the institution set to help young people understand the true meaning of Islam.
In his final indoor race of his career, the British Muslim Sir Mo Farah set a European in the 5000-meter race at the Birmingham Grand Prix.
The Islamic faith is not the cause of terrorism, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday, and urged members of the Muslim clergy to fight back against a “false” interpretation of the religion that permits acts of violence to be carried out in its name.
BERLIN – A Muslim teacher was awarded a compensation of €8,680 (US$9,250) after a Berlin school refused to hire her for wearing a hijab. "This is a good day for anti-discrimination in Berlin," Dirk Behrendt of the Green party (Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen) said welcoming the verdict, RT reported on Friday, February 10. "The verdict is the beginning of the end of the Neutrality Act." According to Judge Renate Schaude, the fact that during her job interview the applicant was asked whether she wanted to teach children wearing a headscarf was an indication of discrimination, Kieler Nachrichten reported. The labor court in the federal state of Berlin-Brandenburg concluded on Thursday that by wearing the headscarf the woman wouldn't have posed a threat to the school or its discipline, DPA reported. The defendant had appealed a court ruling which had rejected her complaint last year. According to Berlin’s so-called ‘neutrality law,’ policemen, teachers and judicial employees on duty should not wear religious clothing. However, Judge Schaude referred to a 2015 ruling by Germany's Federal Constitutional Court, which stated that headscarf bans in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia violated religious freedom. Islam sees hijab as an obligatory code of dress, not a religious symbol displaying one’s affiliations.
A highly successful London-based fashion house has entered into a new global partnership with a modest fashion brand, catering to a huge Muslim community in the UK.
A world renowned Pastor is challenging traditional church thinking on a variety of issues, including the benefits of certain Islamic ethics.