More than 100 British cross-party politicians have signed an open letter condemning the Sun newspaper’s use of Nazi-like language in its column attacking Muslims in the UK.
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Approaching their final destination, two British Muslims cyclers arrived in Cairo in their journey from London to Makkah for hajj, during which they will cross more than 5000 kilometers.
After seven years of wonder, 10 global golds in a row and a silver to finish, Sir mo Farah has concluded a successful journey in London, making his famous "Mobot" on the top of London eye.
A group of Muslim volunteers who have been cleaning Birmingham's rubbish-strewn streets have been branded "scabs" by left-wing newspaper the Morning Star.
The British Muslim Sir Mo Farah has registered the second fastest time in the history of the IAAF World Championships on his way to winning gold in the men's 10,000-metre event in London stadium.
Eight British Muslims have set off for Saudi Arabia on their bikes hoping to arrive just in time for the annual Hajj pilgrimage, to fall this year on August.
A Liverpool FC fan has tweeted that the team’s new signing Mohamed Salah is a great player and a great person who will turn him Muslim.
In the latest episode of targeting Muslim women, two holidaying British Muslim women have been left humiliated after they were told to leave a pool in Portugal because they were wearing burkinis.
A Facebook group for members of Norway's far right has been widely mocked after members mistook a row of empty bus seats for burka-wearing women.
Allan Hennessy, a blind Muslim Iraqi refugee has defied all the odds and managed to graduate from the United Kingdom's prestigious Cambridge University with a first-class law degree, finishing fourth in his year.
Joining the Macedonian team only two weeks ago, Albanian devout Muslim player Florent Osmani decided to leave Skopje, saying he couldn't stand the cross on the club's emblem.