A Turkish imam has been volunteering for a few days each week, to clean and preserve a neighboring church that is no longer attended by Christian congregation.
As Britain stands out as a country of real diversity, tolerance and multicultural vibrancy for many, police figures show that Muslims have been experiencing surging hate crimes over the past months, after EU Brexit referendum.
Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, the first Scottish Muslim woman Member of Parliament in Westminster, said on Thursday, October 15, that Muslim women will fight for their rights across the world, stressing that terrorist groups are the antidote to her faith.
A survey suggested to measure support for a Muslim ban from Belgium has backfired, showing a slight minority supporting it and the majority praising Muslim immigrants' role in enriching society.
A young Muslim woman has been attacked in a London street by two men who ripped off her hijab, in an attack described by Met Police as a “racially motivated assault”.
Seeking to restore his faith in humanity, a Muslim blogger acted as a homeless man dressed in Islamic traditional garb in a London street, in a social experiment to gauge public reaction to Muslims.
Arsenal defender and German international Shkodran Mustafi has revealed the importance of his Muslim faith, adding that Islam has helped him all through his life and career, The Telegraph reported on Wednesday, October 5.
A decision by Bulgaria parliament to ban full-face veil for Muslim women in public spaces has triggered criticism from rights groups, condemning it for violating freedom rights of the religious minority.
Muslims joined a special mass where an elderly priest was killed last July, rejecting violence in the name of religion and stressing their support for mutual interfaith relations between followers of both faiths.
BUDAPEST – Born and raised in Hungary, a lot of Muslims are complaining that next Sunday's referendum on refugees is creating a more fertile atmosphere for hate and abuse, adding salt to the religious minority's wounds in the east European country.
Security has been stepped up in the German city of Dresden, following two bomb attacks on a mosque and a conference center Monday evening, which was blamed on xenophobia.
A new report by a human rights commission revealed on Wednesday, September 28, that Muslims are the least likely group to be employed in Wales, though they are more likely to hold a degree, stressing that working together is vital for community cohesion.