An East London Muslim girls’ school has been praised as outstanding by education inspectors Ofsted after their first inspection of the facility.
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The heartwarming moment a kind stranger returned a man's wallet has captured the attention of hundreds of thousands of Facebook users, with many seeing it a true reflection of Islamic manners.
Sharing `Eid festivities with other faiths, officials at the Masjid Ibrahim mosque in Burnely invited the Bishop of Burnley, Rt Rev. Philip North, to attend `Eid prayer earlier this week, in the latest episode of interfaith initiatives in north England city.
Eid Al-Fitr or the "Festival of the Breaking the Fast” 2017 will go down in my family history as the Muslim celebration where English sausages finally made it onto the menu alongside a large portion of fun.
For 29 days, those young Muslims have invited strangers to join them during every night of Ramadan, to share iftar meal and a conversation on Islam.
BIRMINGHAM - In the largest `Eid celebration in Europe, more than 100,000 Muslims gathered in a single UK park on Sunday in Birmingham, to celebrate the Islamic feast and attend prayer.
As Muslims celebrate `Eid Al-Fitr across the globe, UK Prime Minister Theresa May, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and London mayor Sadiq Khan sent their messages to share the joyous `Eid spirits with Muslims and support the community after a difficult Ramadan month.
When fire engulfed their home in Grenfell Tower 17th floor, bride-to-be Husna Begum, 22, and her brothers, Hanif, 26, and Hamid, 29, had a chance to escape fire and choose to stay with their elderly parents rather than let them die alone.
Showing support to the British Muslim community, Prince Charles visited the scene of the Finsbury Park terror attack on Wednesday, meeting worshippers and the imam who protected the attacker until police arrived.
As Muslims around the world prepare to welcome `Eid Al-Fitr, which crowns the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, British Muslims have set different venues for celebrating the religious holiday, organizing large gatherings in in London, Birmingham, Manchester and others.
As many Muslim leaders call for more to be done to protect their worshippers from hate crimes, this video graph sheds some light on the number of hate attacks registered against Muslims over the past two years.
Invited to The Queen's Garden Tea Party at The Buckingham Palace, Sahar Al-Faifi, a molecular geneticist who works at an NHS cancer diagnostics lab in a hospital, made history, becoming the first niqabi Muslim woman to attend a similar event.