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It's been 20 years since the attacks on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001. That day changed the lives of young Muslims in ways they could never expect.
A record number of Muslims are seeking a financial lifeline as shocking figures reveal the full impact of the pandemic.
Huge reaction to HuffPost UK’s Islamophobia in the NHS exposure prompts even more healthcare workers to share their heartbreaking experiences.
A survey for HuffPost UK reveals shocking Islamophobia in the health service.
Report describes neo-Nazi groups urging people to "deliberately infect" Jews and Muslims, amid warnings social media firms are failing to act on fake posts.
Preparations are underway around the world to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the Muslim festival which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. But lockdown measures caused by the coronavirus mean festivities for many Muslims will be different this year. From Algeria to Bangladesh, this is what Eid looks like in lockdown across the globe.
Critics of the new law say the legislation discriminates against Muslims.
Muslim voters in the north of England have spoken of their fear and heartbreak at the re-election of a man who compared niqab-wearing women to letterboxes.
The Conservatives aren't serious about Islamophobia, because they can't even admit the scale of the problem​, Hope Not Hate's Matthew McGregor writes.
And almost a third think Islam encourages Muslims to carry out acts of violence against non-Muslims.
The MCB will file a formal complaint against the newspaper, a spokesman said.
More than a third of the articles that were checked “misrepresented or generalised”.
Ferhan Khan knew he wasn’t like other people at school, never having an attraction to the opposite sex but with a traditional Muslim family and section 28 preventing teachers from discussing same sex relationships he had nowhere to find out about himself until university. What happened was a difficult relationship with his faith, which through time, has been rekindled and he now talks about this through advocacy work in schools.
“We need inclusive policy, processes and systems that support women to succeed in their careers rather than holding them back.”
People in positions of power have power through their views, actions and rhetoric. And tolerating racism from those in power only gives fuel to those on the streets to do the same.
The unity, warmth and heartfelt response that I have witnessed miles away from the UK has renewed my hope in leadership, and there being a way to pave the road for change
What happened in New Zealand may not have directly impacted non-Muslims, but the rise of white supremacist ideology will have drastic implications for anyone who isn’t white and male.
What is most painful about this whole episode is the lack of public outcry from our allies
Cosmetics brand M.A.C has been teased on social media for creating a Suhoor makeup tutorial.