Women led prayer in France: an analyse of an unprecedented event

Saturday the 7th of September, for the first time in France a prayer has been led by two female Imams, in front of more than 50 believers and non-Muslims personalities invited for the occasion. This event, presented as the symbol of emergence of a...

Quebec’s Bill 21 banning religious garments in the workplace leads to spike in racist attacks

The French speaking province of Quebec in Canada has seen a rise in racial attacks against visible minorities since Bill 21 was first presented to its legislature and then passed in June this year. Bill 21 bans judges, police officers, teachers and other certain...

New research suggests asking American Muslims about their American identity has detrimental impact on...

A research paper titled “Understanding Muslim political life”, and subsequent article in The Washington Post asserts that while surveys may serve as proof against the current political assertion which claims American Muslims do not...

Famed American Islamic Scholar Hamza Yusuf’s participation in the Trump Administration’s Commission on Unalienable...

The appointment of Hamza Yusuf to the Commission on Unalienable Rights (CUR) in July, has lead to a sleuth of articles criticizing not only this particular decision, but the questioning of Yusuf’s position within...

‘Decolonising the university’ in Germany: Debates and challenges

American and British universities in particular have been rocked by a wave of student-driven contestation focused on the content of curricula, on the predominance of white (and frequently male) authors and faculty, as well...

Boris Johnson’s anti-Muslim sentiments highlighted as he wins Prime Minister leadership contest in the...

The conservative leadership contest in the UK for Prime Minister has come to an end, with Boris Johnson being elected Prime Minister. The contest has heavily featured discussion around Islamophobia, specifically centred around Johnson. In...

Anti-Islamic extremist Martin Sellner, linked to Christchurch shooter, permanently banned from entering the UK.

Martin Sellner, an anti-Islamic extremist, has been permanently excluded from entering the UK. Sellner is the Austrian leader of Generation Identity, an organisation which is being investigated in Austria over links to the Christchurch...

New project for Media Monitoring of Islamophobia releases first report: Most UK news...

The Centre for Media Monitoring (CfMM), a new Muslim Council of Britain project, has conducted a major study that has examined over 10,000 articles and clips referring to Muslims and Islam, coming to the...

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