Seeing success of Christmas soup kitchen, a British Muslim charity cooperated with Birmingham Central Mosque to set up a permanent food bank to held the city homeless all year around.
A Hungarian member of right-wing government has been blasted over his "hateful" and "disgusting" suggestion to hang severed pigs' heads along the border to deter refugees and immigrants fleeing war.
Mo Farah and Britain’s other Olympic heroes are set to be included in new year honors list, after Olympic chiefs have asked PM Theresa May to relax the quota on sporting honors to ensure all gold medal winners are saluted for their success in Rio.
Great Britain's Mo Farah won his fourth Olympic gold as he became only the second man to retain the 5,000m and 10,000m titles, extending extend his tally as Britain's most successful Olympic track and field athlete of all time.
Fans of Scottish Celtic club turned the stadium in to a sea of Palestinian flags during a Champions League playoff match against Israel’s Hapoel Be'er Sheva, defying Union of European Football Associations' rules to show support to the Palestinian people against Israeli occupation.
A Muslim student's BBC interview on the rise of anti-Muslim hate on social media was interrupted by an Islamophobe who made hateful comments.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended last year's flow of refugees to Germany, reiterating that Islam has a full right to exist and be practiced in the country along with any other religion.
A leading French Muslim organization has filed a complaint about burqini ban in three different French towns with France’s highest administrative court, warning that the ban restricted fundamental liberties and discriminated against Muslim women.
A social experiment aimed at gauging anti-Muslim sentiments in Cardiff by two friends has shown people rejecting public abuse of a praying Muslim, with most people standing up for him and deploring the abusive actions of the other.
Mo Farah, a Muslim immigrant of Somali origin, has become the first athlete who wins three Olympic gold medals for Britain, a fact many are celebrating in the face of rising anti-immigrant sentiment.
Nadiya Hussain, the winner of last year’s Great British Bake Off, has revealed a shocking fact that racist abuse has become a part of her everyday life.
British Muslims are inviting Londoners to know more about their faith, culture and traditions in a special festival planned on Sunday, August 14, welcoming all faiths to use a new Islamic community centre being built in the city’s south end.