As the world braces for a festive Christmas holiday, a British Muslim choose to share the Christmas Day dinner with elderly and homeless people, opening the doors of his London restaurant to offer them a three-course meal so that “no one eats alone”.
Austria celebrated on Sunday, December 4, the defeat of far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer against independent rival candidate Alexander Van der Bellen, concluding a tumultuous presidential race marred by anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant comments.
Merseyside football fans of Liverpool and Everton will team up with England’s first-ever mosque to help the city food banks, an effort that started with the inauguration of the mosque more than a century ago.
A BBC documentary on the British Muslim community will air later on December, showcasing the diversity of the religious minority and sparking controversy in the show described as the “Muslim Big Brother”.
For many, the sport of football is a bond, part of their DNA, a ritual of entertainment, an activity which is not just a sport, but indeed a way of life.
A Netherlands expected ban on Muslim women full-face niqab is casting its shadows on Dutch Muslim women, who feel targeted by extremist voices who rip their religious rights.
Slovakian parliament passed a legislation on Wednesday, November 30, that effectively prevents Islam from being registered as a state religion in the near future.
In Walsall, West Midlands, students facing all the pressures of college courses and finances, have another pressure to deal with; regular attacks linked to their faith and ethnicity.
The mayor of Hungarian town of Ásotthalom on the Serbian border has slashed a ban on all Islamic aspects of life, including mosques, muezzins and Islamic clothes such as niqab and burkini, a move widely criticized by the country’s Muslim community.
A growing number of Muslim youth in the UK and across the world are taking to cyberspace to find their life partner, finding traditional methods of finding a life partner as inapplicable.
Swedish Muslims were shocked after discovering neo-Nazi and anti-Muslim slogans on the walls of a Stockholm mosque on Saturday, November 26.