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Street Iftar Marks 2nd Anniversary of Finsbury Park Mosque Attack

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn joined hundreds of Muslims Tuesday in North London in Ramadan iftar meal that marked two years on the Finsbury Park mosque attack, Daily Mail reported. “I want our children to grow up in a world of diversity of wonder and of beauty, but if they grow up in a world …

UK Labour Leader Shares Iftar at West London Mosque

LONDON – The leader of the British Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, joined Muslims in Al-Manaar Mosque, West London, Monday, June 4, in an iftar meal to mark the holy fasting month of Ramadan. “It was a pleasure to help prepare food at Al-Manaar Mosque for this evening’s Iftar, the moment at the end of a …

British PM Wishes Muslims Ramadan Mubarak

LONDON – British Prime Minister Theresa May has sent her greetings to all Muslim communities for the holy month of Ramadan in a special message marking the start of the holy month on Wednesday, May 16. “I send my warmest wishes to all those celebrating Ramadan: a unique and special time for Muslims in the …

Jeremy Corbyn Defends Muslim Women

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has spoken up in defense of Muslim women, condemning “vile, revolting” language used on social media, and asking Facebook and Twitter platforms to tackle racism and abuse.


Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn Send `Eid Wishes to Muslims

As Muslims celebrate `Eid Al-Fitr across the globe, UK Prime Minister Theresa May, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and London mayor Sadiq Khan sent their messages to share the joyous `Eid spirits with Muslims and support the community after a difficult Ramadan month.

Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn Visit Finsbury Mosque

British PM Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn visited the Finsbury Park Mosque on Monday, June 19, to offer condolences and support to the Muslim community after a man plowed his van into Muslim worshippers leaving mosque.

Election Night May-Hem: Muslims Find Hope in Hung Parliament

Adopting the leadership of the Conservative Party as Prime Minister after Brexit, something she campaigned against, Theresa May called for an election, something she said she would not do, in an effort to solidify her ‘Brexit means Brexit’ position, expecting sweeping support to give her a mandate to do as she pleases, which none of us know as she neither outlined her Brexit negotiating position, nor provided a costed budget.

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