Painting a disturbing future for young Muslims in the UK, a new report has revealed that members of the religious minority are less likely to succeed in the workplace with many reporting experience of Islamophobia, discrimination, and racism.
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Concluding their hajj pilgrimage to Makkah, British Muslims riders have recalled the challenges of their two-month journey from London to Makkah on the bikes to raise money for street children.
Community is at the heart of the biggest celebrations in Islam. To this end, here’s an insight to how some British Muslims celebrated their `Eid.
In today’s entry, I wanted to discuss a huge dilemma that arose yesterday evening after our Qurbani was confirmed, and we were able to come out of our Ihram.
A lawyer, peer and previously a minister, Baroness Saeeda Warsi said she and British Muslims are facing a daily “loyalty test”, urging “paranoid” government to change its approach towards the religious minority.
British imams announced on Friday, August 18, their plans to set up their first national council to issue religious rulings and form a united voice on issues such as terrorism, Islamophobia, gay rights and climate change.
The four-time Olympic champion has attacked the British media for repeatedly raising drug allegations about his coach, Alberto Salazar. In a news conference on Sunday, Sir Mo Farah got emotional while talking to journalists who questioned whether links with Salazar, who is being investigated by the US anti-doping agency, had harmed his career. “It’s like I have …
The British Muslim Sir Mo Farah has registered the second fastest time in the history of the IAAF World Championships on his way to winning gold in the men’s 10,000-metre event in London stadium.
Eight British Muslims have set off for Saudi Arabia on their bikes hoping to arrive just in time for the annual Hajj pilgrimage, to fall this year on August.
In the latest episode of targeting Muslim women, two holidaying British Muslim women have been left humiliated after they were told to leave a pool in Portugal because they were wearing burkinis.