If the government doesn’t act now the situation will only further deteriorate and will have detrimental affects for the future generation in the years to come
Tasnim Nazeer is an award-winning journalist, author, and Universal Peace Federation Ambassador. She has written for Al Jazeera English, CNN, BBC, Forbes, Entrepreneur and others. She was awarded the Ibn Battuta Award for Excellence in Media in 2013.
What would it take for a head of state in the Muslim world to challenge Chinese President Xi Jinping on the condition of Uighur Muslims?
21/01/2019 12:17 GMT
Nobody should ever have to live in fear for following their faith or expressing their identity
29/10/2018 14:05 GMT
The circumstances surrounding his disappearance send a worrying message to journalists expressing views that powerful political leaders in the Middle East do not want to hear
18/10/2018 17:51 BST
When the world denounces the persecution of Muslims in Palestine and the Rohingya, where is a statement to condemn the treatment of Uighur Muslims in China?
19/09/2018 17:18 BST
As a British Muslim woman myself, I think Johnson needs to take a good hard look in the mirror and reflect upon the impact of his words
20/08/2018 17:14 BST
It is up to us to stand up for what is right and take action in peacefully protesting against injustice
06/08/2018 12:18 BST
Just when we all thought he couldn’t outdo himself
27/06/2018 14:11 BST
A homeless man died near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday
16/02/2018 13:40 GMT
The government of Myanmar has banned UN Rapporteur and investigator, Yanghee Lee from entering the Rakhine state of Myanmar
12/01/2018 12:09 GMT
The only reality here is the lack of understanding of what it takes to be a real leader
11/12/2017 13:53 GMT
There has been a worrying rise of anti-Muslim attacks and discrimination in Asia. Buddhist nationalism has been on the increase
01/12/2017 11:03 GMT
20/10/2017 13:56 BST
There has been a call for the mainstream media to highlight the plight of the Rohingya Muslims plight in Burma and a call for government officials to step in and help in the plight. Human rights organisations need to help provide the much needed support and intervention that the Rohingya community so desperately need.
04/09/2017 17:24 BST
If Trump continues to remain tight lipped on any tragic incident that affects American Muslims than he only faces the responsibility of escalating the situation of anti-Muslim hate crimes.
11/08/2017 14:13 BST
The unprecedented fire in West London that saw fatalities, displaced people and those who have still been unaccounted for has shocked us all. As a British Muslim and Londoner myself, it pained me to think of the desperation of parents trying to save their children, those who were unable to escape and those who have lost their loved ones. One thing that has brought hope and comfort to all those affected is the abundant expression of support and community spirit that has been so prevalent from the onset of the tragedy. Many mosques, churches, gurdwaras and other community organisations have come forward to offer shelter, food, and support for the victims and their families.
16/06/2017 17:16 BST
Instead of playing into terrorist's hands by breeding ignorance and hate with anti-Muslim backlash we need to have strength as a society to take the much needed stand and oppose all those who try to divide us. This is why we should continue to stand united in the wake of the Manchester attacks and send a strong message to those who attempt to break us yet continue to fail.
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