A few days after Brexit poll, a huge anti-immigrants' tide of attacks has appeared in the British streets, with many politicians warning against the worrying trend.
Like every tragedy which befalls us, we remember where we were at the time. In my case, I was in the car en route to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, sullied at my nation’s decision to leave an institution established to help bridge cultural gaps and to avoid further conflict. It wasn’t perfect, nothing ever is, but the decision to leave centers on the following points.
LONDON – Since war first broke in the MENA region – Middle East and North Africa – millions of men, women, and children were forced to leave their homes, more often than not with little more than the clothes on their back. On the run, cut off from their land, their traditions, and their sense of identity hundreds of thousands crossed oceans, and continents so that they could once more breathe free from the smokes of battles fought.
In his first Ramadan, David McDermot, a British Muslim who reverted to Islam last year revealed how the holy month was a positive experience which empowered him to stay healthy and curb smoking.
As Britain prepares to go to polls tomorrow to voice their opinion whether the nation should 'Remain' in or 'Leave' the European Union, Muslim and Arab voters are divided on the poll, leaving it to the boxes.
PARIS – As France hosts European Championship football tournament from June 10 to July 10, 2016, dozens of Muslim players have been listed to take part in this summer’s international games, featuring the Europe’s top 24 national teams
A bus passenger stepped in the defense of a niqabi Muslim passenger who was attacked verbally by a man asking her to speak English, saying that the woman indeed spoke Welsh, the native language of Wales.
German President Joachim Gauck joined Muslims on an interfaith iftar last week in Berlin, sending an out loud message against demonizing Muslims.
British Muslims have been organizing community iftars all across the country, welcoming both Muslims and non-Muslims to share the spirits of the holy month of Ramadan.
Braving long summer hours without food and water, a group of British Muslims participated on Sunday, June 19, in the annual Mersey Tunnel 10k to raise funds for the homeless.
Muslims in the Nordic region will be fasting the longest day in 2016 tomorrow, June 20, as Scandinavia marks the summer solstice, experiencing the most challenging Ramadan in over 30 years.