A new report by a human rights commission revealed on Wednesday, September 28, that Muslims are the least likely group to be employed in Wales, though they are more likely to hold a degree, stressing that working together is vital for community cohesion.
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.
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.
Filling a void in the community, Britain’s first gym for Muslim women is due to open soon in Cardiff, South Wales, encouraging Muslim women to stay fit.
A new census found that Islam is the fastest-growing religion in Britain and Wales.