A white British young woman who was raised with Muslim foster parents has praised her new family, stressing that despite hateful comments she gets in school, the family has been supportive and bolstered her own identity.
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Leading election results in Czech Republic, a far-right party whose leader has called for banning Islam is expected to form government, bringing bad news for the country’s religious minority.
A Channel 4 documentary that included browning up a white woman to show Islamophobia has triggered reactions with varying degrees of anger and mockery, with many questioning why the channel did not use a Muslim.
French football star, and Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane has won the Best FIFA football coach award for 2017 after a very successful season with his team.
Muslim students in Newcastle University held an outside public prayer on Sunday, October 22, to protest the university’s plans to limit their prayer space.
For the second year running, the Muslim Lifestyle Show is planned next weekend, October 28-29, in Manchester, bringing together Muslim and non-Muslim brands targeting the Muslim demographic.
As storm Ophelia continues to pound the British Isles, a London mosque joined a night shelter program to host homeless, offering them a warm bed and a hot meal.
A Muslim florist has saved a young Italian woman from being gang raped by a group of drunk men, driving them away and taking her to a safer area.
Following the huge victory of rightist parties in general elections, Austrian Muslims are concerned over the rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric, however they are confident the state institutions will protect them.
Like many, for years, I had assumed that the drawings and sculptures that we have attached to the identities of religion have been similar throughout the ages.
As Muslim women remain prime victims of hate crimes, British men, even non-Muslims, are facing a catalogue of racial and religious abuse because of their skin color or beards.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. This was the fact Katie Freeman reached after spending a week as undercover Muslim in Manchester.