Words have power – you need to choose them carefully, writes Colin Montgomery. Plus letters from David Robjant, Jonathan Longstaff, and Pete Wearden.
The furore over Trevor Phillips, a victim of his own rights agenda, suspended from the Labour Party, has all but been forgotten.
In a statement released on the anniversary of the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand which claimed 51 lives including a Turkish citizen, and left 50 people wounded, among them two Turkish citizens, the Turkish Foreign Ministry commemorated the victims “with respect.”
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has called on the United Nations and other international and regional organizations to declare March 15 as international day of solidarity against Islamophobia, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) quoted OIC Secretary General Dr. Yousef Bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen as saying on Saturday.
Since the Christchurch terror attack, Muslims across the world has continued to be the target of growing far-right extremism and an ideology of hatred.
With its roots in colonial rule, anti-Muslim rhetoric is being used by French politicians to tap up potential voters.
Too In Iran and Egypt, government incompetence in handling coronavirus cases is met with an increasingly suspicious public.
Riz Ahmed’s new short film, The Long Goodbye, paints a warped picture of British society.
Qasim Rashid has spent much of his life fighting for and defending human rights, first as a lawyer, then as a spokesman for the the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA.
Nineteen children were among at least 31 civilians killed in airstrikes on rebel-held northern Yemen last week, the United Nations said on Thursday, February 20.