Blackburn decorator daubed Muslim man's walls with racist abuse and drawing of pig’s head - Ukip spokesman apologises for retweet of racially charged slogan - Gang hurl rocks at Preston mosque - Nike and Adidas promote radically inclusive visions of society in two powerful new ads - Archbishop of Canterbury attacks Government for scrapping child refugee scheme - Public cash paying for growth of fake news - UK government hires M&C Saatchi to fight far-right threat - Man denies making offensive posts about Muslims on social media - Telford shop attacked in 'absurd' Britain First race hate video - Muslim teacher wins €9,000 in Berlin discrimination case

Muslim woman forgives attacker as his sentencing is delayed

posted on Thursday March 23 2017

Chronicle Live reported yesterday on how the sentencing of a man accused of ripping off a woman’s niqab in a

MEND statement in response to Westminster attack

posted on Thursday March 23 2017

We are shocked and saddened by the act of mindless violence that took place at Westminster and our thoughts and

Baroness Warsi’s Slams Prevent and Islamophobia

posted on Tuesday March 21 2017

The Middle East Eye reported yesterday on comments made by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, noted for being the first British Muslim

Tory candidate suspended for alleged anti-Muslim tweets

posted on Monday March 20 2017

The Daily Record reported on 20 March that a Conservative election candidate was suspended for allegedly posting anti-Islamic messages on

European Court of Justice rules potential hijab bans are legal

posted on Wednesday March 15 2017

The Guardian is among several news outlets reporting on the ruling from the European Court of Justice stating that companies

Exeter man sentenced for abusing homeless woman outside cinema

posted on Tuesday March 14 2017

Local news outlet Exeter Express and Echo reports on the sentencing of a man who racially abused a homeless woman

Nike to launch performance hijab for Muslim women athletes

posted on Friday March 10 2017

 Nike has revealed its plans to make global sports more inclusive for women with the introduction of a performance hijab

£40k allocated to projects tackling Islamophobia in Edinburgh

posted on Thursday March 9 2017

The Evening Express reports that 13 projects have been selected to receive funding from a total of £40,000 allocated to

Edinburgh taxi driver dragged from car in “racist attack”

posted on Wednesday March 8 2017

As Edinburgh taxi driver, Sikondor Ullah, was picking up a fare on Sunday evening, a group of male and female

Muslim women win right to wear full body suits in amateur swimming competitions

posted on Tuesday March 7 2017

Thanks to a request from the Muslim Women’s Sport Foundation, the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has relaxed its swimsuit regulations

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