The people of Manchester are trying to come to terms with a level of violence previously unseen in our city. I have lived here for four years and love the people, the friendliness, and the atmosphere of getting through hard times together.
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Manchester City’s Muslim superstar Yaya Toure and his agent, Dimitri Seluk, have promised to donate £100,000 to help the victims of Monday's suicide bomb attack at Manchester Arena.
Hours after a deadly attack in Manchester Arena, a mosque in Oldham, Greater Manchester, was badly damaged after being set on fire by arsonist.
Hearing news of the horrendous attack on Manchester Arena, Muslim cab drivers rushed to help, offering free lifts home to victims and their families.
A leading British Muslim charity has launched an appeal to raise money for the victims of Manchester attack and their families, sharing their thoughts and prayers with those affected by the horrendous attack.
As Brits wake up to the devastation and carnage - over 22 murdered, over 50 injured - from an explosion at the Ariana Grande concert held at the Manchester Arena, the second largest event space in Europe, people of all faiths have come together to condemn this meaningless act of terrorism.
A leading British Muslim group condemned on Tuesday, May 23, the suicide attack at Manchester Arena which resulted in the death of 22 and injury of 59 others.
Britain’s Prince Harry will join an iftar with Singaporean Muslims this Ramadan during his visit to the south-Asian country aimed at raising fund for his charity.
Protesting the closure of their prayer room before Ramadan, Muslim students at the University of East Anglia held Friday prayer in the middle of their campus, protected by scores of their non-Muslim classmates who came to show support.
Plans for a public Friday prayer in Munich to spread awareness about the lack of mosques in the city were canceled on Thursday, after threats from far-right groups.
In decision protested as discriminatory, Austria’s parliament has approved on Thursday, May 17, a new law banning burqa in public places, and imposing a €150 fine on Muslim women who challenge the decision.