Achieving a new world record, a genius young Muslim teen has become the youngest ever employee at the university of Leicester, shortly after becoming the youngest student enrolled in the prestigious educational facility.
A year to the date after the Brussels bombing, London suffered an act of terrorism, as an assailant drove onto a pavement attacking pedestrians, then made his way into parliament where he murdered a police officer before being shot dead. He was just 40 yards away from our Prime Minister Theresa May.
While hate mongers rushed to the internet to immediately blame Muslims for the attack, Muslims in Britain and worldwide rushed to raise funds for the victims’ families, pray for them and condemn all attacks.
One year on Brussel attacks, Belgian Muslims and rights advocates are complaining of a rise in anti-Muslim hate crimes.
A Muslim mother-of-four whose veil was ripped off by a convicted racist has pleaded for her attacker’s freedom after she discovered he had cancer.
Demonstrators will take to the streets of Dublin on Tuesday, March 21, protesting the European court ruling, which allows employers to ban the Muslim headscarf in workplace.
A Serbian couple and their children attended a Nova Pazar mosque, Belgrade, Serbia, pronouncing the Shahada, declaration of faith, before the local imam and officially converting to Islam.
Denouncing the recent court ruling allowing European employers to ban or fire employees who do hijab, a message of solidarity with Muslims spread across the Facebook, with both Belgian men and women sharing their photos while donning a hijab.
After the general elections on Wednesday in the Netherlands, both national and international media highlighted that the expected landslide win of the xenophobic ‘Freedom Party’ of Geert Wilders did not occur.
In a key defeat to the wave of populism, anti-Islam, far-right Party for Freedom (PVV) was easily defeated in Netherlands, as exit polls suggested Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s liberal party has won the Dutch elections.
A UK employment lawyer joined high-ranking female Muslim voices condemning Tuesday’s European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) ruling allowing employers to ban the wearing of visible religious symbols, such as headscarves and other religious signs.
Muslim groups and organizations worldwide have slammed Tuesday’s ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which allows employers to ban the wearing of visible religious symbols, such as headscarves and other religious signs, warning that it will normalize anti-Muslim discrimination.