Supported by civic multi-faith religious leaders, hundreds of British Muslims turned out in Victoria Square in a peace rally to reject the Westminster attack as anti-Muslims, stressing that far-right extremists do not define the British values they hold.
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Over 100,000 people marched through London seeking to have their voices heard. Anger has spread across much of the nation as we near Prime Minister May’s official notification that Britain will leave the EU.
As world media puts British Muslims in the middle of rigorous and fiery debate over the latest London attack, British Muslims rushed to raise funds to the families of the victims, sharing prayers and hopes for the safety of their country.
I watched the second episode of “Extremely British Muslims” the other day and what can I say? It made me very sad. British Muslim youth seem to have been neglected by the British authorities, media and members of the public as well as members of their own community. They seem to be in a limbo …
Meeting the religious author Karen Armstrong was one of those ‘no way’ moments of life. Energized by a great speech which projected a glimpse of her years of spiritual dialogue, reflected in her transition from conservative Catholicism to spiritually liberal, there was an essence of awe across the room as so many of us listened …
Delving into the life of Birmingham Muslims, Channel 4 produced a new documentary from the city’s Central Mosque, one of the largest in Europe.
Education experts revealed that Muslim students outnumber their Christian counterparts in almost 20 Church of England schools and 15 Roman Catholic schools, with their parents favoring religious education than secular one.
300 Palestinian orphans and fifty disabled children, from refugee camps in Jordan, sponsored by Islamic Help donors, are heading towards Madinah, on the final leg of their trip of a lifetime.
Recently featured in the BBC documentary ‘Muslims Like Us,’ Nabil Abdulrashid, an award winning comedian, is also a loud voice in the ongoing storm over a BBC2 sketch called ‘Real Housewives of ISIS.’
Looking back at 2016, it’s important to stop for a moment and reflect on the challenges as well as the achievements we had as Muslims so that we develop better understanding of the past year and draw brighter picture of the year to come. Part of what Muslims achieved in 2016 is the excellence in …