Recent reports of acid attacks targeting British Muslims have spread panic among the religious minority, with many reporting attacks on social media with accompanying warnings for “people of Asian appearance” to be vigilant.
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People gathering in a service at Finsbury Park mosque marking two weeks on terror attacks targeting Muslim worshippers have urged the public to challenge casual racism and stand up to those verbally or physically attacked.
Putting a smile on the faces of ill children, Muslim superheroes donned capes and costumes to bring a touch of cheer across North-East region, Middlesbrough, recently.
Mosques in the UK should hire British-born imams on a living wage who are better equipped than foreign religious leaders to understand the challenges faced by British Muslims, a report has recommended.
A Muslim politician who travels regularly across the country to meet her critics has paid a visit to a troll who called her ‘nasty vermin’ face-to-face, in a BBC video that went viral on social media.
A British Muslim teenager was the latest victim of Islamophobia after falling victim to a hate attack by a British man who slapped her with bacon and called her ISIS “scum”.
In a serious development in anti-Muslim hate crimes, a man drove his car into barriers protecting a Paris mosque, claiming he was avenging recent ISIS attacks.
As a devout Muslim player, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has spoken movingly about being a Muslim living in Manchester after arena attack, talking about his disbelief at the tragedy and ruling out any connection between these attacks and Islam.
Showing gratitude to firefighters after the Grenfell Tower disaster, a group of Muslim mothers and girls got together to start #Love4Legends campaign to thank firefighters who put themselves in danger in order to save others.
British Muslim children as young as nine are facing increasing bullying in schools in the wake of recent terror attacks, with some being branded “terrorists” and others accused of joining ISIS.
The decision of a secondary school in north-west England to introduce hijab as part of pupils’ uniform has sparked controversy, with some praising the move as integrating Muslim students and others blaming the school for failing to negotiate the move with Muslim parents and pupils.