An Islamic school in Vällingby district in the western part of Stockholm Municipality has accused a far-right group of targeting its facility with hateful posters, spreading fears among young pupils.
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Four British Muslim imams paid a special visit on Wednesday, April 5, to the Vatican, meeting with Pope Francis, coming together to promote peace and solidarity.
A British humanitarian charity has launched a new campaign to encourage British Muslims to foster Muslim kids, amid hopes of tackling the shortage of Muslim applicants for adoption.
A Muslim teenager left a heartbreaking letter on a London bus, describing the range of emotions she experienced after the March 22 Westminster attack, and detailing the shock and trauma while anticipating blame for the incident.
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A proposal by Germany’s Deputy Finance Minister to introduce an “Islam law” and set up an official mosque registry was rejected by other politicians as unnecessary.
The Metropolitan Police acting Commissioner for London has revealed that Islamophobic incidents saw only a “slight uplift” after Westminster attack, thanks to the immediate reaction from Muslims showing compassion to victims.
In a time of increasing hate crimes and Islamophobia, Muslim women’s hijab is becoming a symbol of resistance and feminism, with women of different faiths donning it to express solidarity with Muslim women.
A German foundation released a study on Monday, March 27, revealing that nearly one in two German Muslims volunteer to help refugees integrate in the German community, describing them as “important bridge builders”.
Hundreds of Muslims throughout the UK carried out community activities, from litter picking to visiting hospitals and making food packages, to mark Sadaqa Day, or charity day, on Sunday, March 26, which was first organized in 2015.
Donning blue to symbolize peace, Muslim women linked arms in a human chain along Westminster Bridge on Sunday, March 26, to show solidarity with the victims of Wednesday’s terror attack.
A photo showing a non-Muslim young lady reading a translated copy of the Qur’an, the Muslims’ holy book, has been widely shared on social media websites, praising her for daring criticism to support the religious minority against Islamophobia.