Saudi Arabia’s budget airline flynas to launch direct routes to Jeddah from Manchester

Saudi Arabia’s budget airline flynas has announced the launch of direct flights to Jeddah from Manchester starting in May. The flights will operate three times...
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VIDEO: Mentally unwell shoplifter abused by Bangladeshi men when caught stealing fish

Video footage of a shoplifter with mental health issues being physically and verbally abused by Bangladeshi men at a grocery store in east London...

Hate crime soars before and after Brexit vote

More than 3,000 hate crimes and incidents were reported to police from 16-30 June this year, a 42% increase on the same period in...

Grooming gangs, Muslims and the media

Raza Nadim says that Muslims need to stop being apologetic about the recent grooming uproar. With the recent conviction of the Oxford-based grooming gang we...

Ofsted chief backs niqab crackdown in schools

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's Chief Inspector, has given his "full support" to school and college leaders who decide to take a stand against "the...

Councillor banned and reprimanded after posting Islamophobic tweets

Solihull Councillor Jeff Potts has been banned from holding a committee post, ordered to attend diversity training and reprimanded after retweeting Islamophobic messages. Potts shared...

Gymnast Louis Smith apologises for mocking Islam in video

The Olympic gymnast Louis Smith has published an apology after a video leaked online showed him mocking Islam. The 27-year-old wrote he was "deeply sorry"...

Tributes paid to 20 yr old Coventry man killed in road accident

Hundreds of mourners have said janaza prayers at a Coventry mosque for road accident victim Waqas Hussain. The Coventry Telegraph reports that a number of...

Solihull councillor suspended for anti-Muslim rants on Twitter

A Conservative councillor who sits on a religious education committee has been suspended after sharing a string of anti-Muslim rants on Twitter. Solihull Borough Council’s...

Police say Birmingham attack outside mosque “not terror-related”

West Midlands Police have said they do not believe a collision outside a Birmingham mosque in which two men were injured was terror-related. The victims were hit...
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