High Court rules Tafida Raqeeb’s parents can take her to Italy for treatment

The High Court in London has ruled that the parents of brain-damaged girl Tafida Raqeeb will be allowed to take her to Italy to...

BBC journalist Hanna Yusuf dies aged 27

The BBC journalist Hanna Yusuf has died in unexplained circumstances aged just 27. Yusuf wrote for the BBC News website and had also worked as...

Human Aid UK accuses Charity Commission of “undue scrutiny”

Human Aid UK has accused the Charity Commission of undue scrutiny of Muslim charities after the regulator opened a statutory inquiry into the organisation due...

Labour Party recognises Palestinians’ right to return

Labour delegates at the party's annual conference in Brighton have voted overwhelmingly to recognise the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland. The...

Pro gay group plans “Muslim LGBTQI Pride” festival

A pro gay group is trying to raise money to put on a UK festival to celebrate “LGBT Muslim” culture. Imaan - which describes itself...

Most Labour members say party doesn’t have serious antisemitism problem

A new poll has revealed that two-thirds of Labour Party members do not believe the party has a “serious” antisemitism problem, while a majority...

Man convicted for sticking antisemitic posters on synagogue

A man has been given a 12-month suspended sentence after sticking antisemitic posters on the outside of a London synagogue. Shehroz Iqbal, 27, pleaded guilty...

Tory Party members suspended over online Islamophobia

A number of Conservative Party members have been suspended for posting or endorsing Islamophobic material online, the BBC reports. The broadcaster highlighted over 20 cases...
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VIDEO: Convicted murderer describes life-ruining consequences of knife crime

This the chilling account of a schoolboy murderer who shares his life-changing experience to warn about the devastating impact of knife crime. Convicted killer Sadam...

Muslim online platform SuperSisters exposed as Home Office extremism project

The Muslim online lifestyle platform SuperSisters which targets teenagers is covertly funded by the Home Office’s counter-extremism programme, The Observer has reported. SuperSisters is promoted as a...
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