Keeping oneself to account is the key to success…
Author: Dr Izzadeen Chowdhury
Europe has lost moral legitimacy when it comes to women’s rights, argues Dr. Izzadeen Chowdhury, amidst the racist stereotypes of women in Afghanistan.
Tonight will see two Premier League teams compete for football’s greatest European prize: the Champions League trophy. There will, however, be little discussion about football’s dirty secret; the unholy money washing through the beautiful game.
A recent video by aid worker Tox Sharif that has been widely shared on social media describes how men from outside Syria were using apps to sexually exploit vulnerable, desperate, and destitute Syrian women in exchange for cryptocurrency.
Armed Israeli police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque on Friday night whilst worshippers were observing prayers. Troubling video footage showed the solemn sound of the evening prayer echoing through the ancient streets of the sacred compound punctuated by stun grenades and rubber bullets.
Last week saw a record rise in COVID-19 deaths in Pakistan. With the capacity of COVID-19 to spread exponentially, fear is spreading across Pakistan that it too will see a similar picture to India.
Muslim Premier League footballer Wesley Fofana, thanked Crystal Palace FC and the Premier League for discreetly allowing the French footballer to break his fast during a match that took place during iftar.
Sir Keir Starmer has come under fresh criticism after pulling out of a scheduled virtual attendance at an inter-faith Ramadan iftar event.
Prominent Muslim journalist Ash Sarkar has won “substantial damages” in an out of court settlement for false and defamatory statements made by the columnist Julie Burchill.
A prominent Jewish left-wing activist and co-founder of Jewish Voice for Labour has been suspended from the Labour Party after comments supporting Jeremy Corbyn.