World leaders have sent special greetings to the Muslim community to mark the end of Ramadan and `Eid Al-Fitr, commending their spirit of giving and integration. “Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. After a month of fasting and spiritual reflection, Eid is a time for community and celebration,” Canadian Prime …
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Grenfell Tower fire was among the worst in modern British history, with many lives lost, hundreds displaced, and marring the lives of the mostly low- and middle-income residents who lived there. But to a group celebrating Britain’s annual Bonfire Night, it was a joke. LONDON – A video shared on social media showing a cardboard …
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 …
Sharing British Muslims their religious feast, British Prime Minster Theresa May welcomed over 100 leading Muslim figures for the `Eid Al-Fitr reception organized on Wednesday, July 5, at 10 Downing Street.
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.
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.
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.
In the most controversial General Election I have lived through, Brits across the nation will go to the polls on Thursday to elect their next political party and prime minister.
British Prime Minister Theresa May sent her greetings to all Muslim communities for the holy month of Ramadan, in Britain and around the world, in a special message marking the start of the holy month on Saturday, May 27.
British Muslim lawmakers have criticized PM Theresa May for scheduling general election on June in the middle of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, accusing her of ignoring Muslim voters.