Muslim groups and organizations worldwide have slammed Tuesday’s ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which allows employers to ban the wearing of visible religious symbols, such as headscarves and other religious signs, warning that it will normalize anti-Muslim discrimination.
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With many eyes fixed on The Netherlands, as the third station after US’ Trump win and UK’s Brexit, divided Dutch voters may draw up a new political map in the country that has been ruled with coalition governments for decades.
New measures by British government may include asking Muslim imams to deliver sermons in English, rather than Urdu and Arabic, to encourage inclusion of Muslim youth and fight radicalization.
The first Muslim detective to be honored by the Queen is suing Scotland Yard for alleged racism and sexism.
As the clock ticks towards the March-15 elections, Dutch Muslims are feeling anti-Muslim backlash as the far-right Party for Freedom promised to close mosques and ban Qur’an if he wins elections.
A Muslim shopkeeper has come to rescue an elderly 87-year-old regular customer after she did not show up to pick her daily paper.
Offering viewers a unique insight into the Irish Muslim community, a BBC program will broadcast on Monday, March 6, telling the stories and experiences of Muslim families in Northern Ireland.
Amsterdam mosque welcomed hundreds of Dutch citizens on Sunday, March 5, who came to show solidarity with the country’s Muslim population, following anti-Islam MP vows to shut mosque and ban Qur’an should he win upcoming elections.
Muslim women will now be allowed to race in amateur swimming competitions in England while donning burkinis, after the relaxation of swimsuit regulations by the governing body.
A high school in Wuppertal, western Germany, letter stating that teachers should report names of Muslim students found praying at school has sparked outcry on social media, with many calling it a “prayer ban”.
Recently, my eldest daughter and I were shopping at a store on the outskirts of Manchester. At a blood-spattered counter, three men chopped grey, deadness into chunks.
Held at Amnesty International's Human Right's Action Center in London, it is unsurprising that the theme of the British Islam conference focused on addressing and overcoming the perception of them vs us. What is our identity as British Muslims and how do we engage in the society in which we live.