MORE than 50 applications have been received for funding to protect places of worship against hate crimes in the wake of the Westminster terror attack, the government revealed yesterday.
Fifty-five applications have been made since the security funding scheme reopened on April 3,...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A COWARD who slapped a teenage Muslim with bacon while wearing a ski mask and motorcycle helmet has been jailed for six months.
Alex Chivers, 36, shouted: “You deserve this” and “Isil scum” at the teen, who was out with her mother, during the assault in Enfield,...
Saturday 1st Jul 2017
Reaction to the Finsbury Park terrorist attack reveals the double standards of our media and government, says SABBY DHALU
Monday 26th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
A MAN suspected of deliberately driving a van into Muslims in north London appeared in court on charges of terrorism-related murder and attempted murder yesterday.
Darren Osborne, who is 47 and from Cardiff, was arrested shortly after the attack in the early hours of Monday.
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
SECURITY at Britain’s mosques needs to be urgently stepped up following the Finsbury Park terror attack, the Muslim Council of Britain said yesterday.
The council, representing 500 mosques, schools and Muslim associations, said the deadly attack was “the most violent...
Tuesday 20th Jun 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Terror attack on mosque ‘is an attack on all of us,’ says leader
posted by Will Stone in Britain
by Kevin Ovenden
Islamophobia — anti-Muslim racism — is being described on much of the broadcast media as a form of “extremism” or of “hate crime.”
But there is something distinct about Islamophobia. Not distinct in that it is in some way...
DEMONSTRATORS staged a display of solidarity with Muslims at the weekend after a hate crime targeting a mosque.The Cambridge collective of Stand Up to Racism organised the rally after after strips of bacon were left on four cars outside the Omar Faruque mosque and cultural centre...
Monday 12th Jun 2017
by Felicity Collier
SADIQ KHAN warned yesterday that there has been a spike in the number of racist incidents since the attacks on London Bridge.
Provisional figures released by the London mayor’s office show that on Monday there were 54 recorded incidents,...
Thursday 8th Jun 2017
SALMA YAQOOB is living in fear for her and her family’s life following the terror attack in London, she admitted yesterday.
Formerly the Respect party’s leader, she is standing as an independent candidate for the Bradford West...
Wednesday 7th Jun 2017