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Muslims as Scientists and in the Health Profession

As Muslims have physical and psychological needs (eating, feeling loved and so forth) like all people, they may also have spiritual needs to connect and please God. In times of difficulty, health professionals can support with improving both physical and mental health; it is only recently that […]

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Muslims in Law

Muslims are generally taught many ‘laws’ since childhood – guidelines set by God. Those ‘laws’ are often ethical reminders to guide people in their daily conduct. Muslims in Britain work, marry, take care of their parents and children and confront death and tough questions in life by […]

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Muslims in Teaching

Muslims have contributed to a lot to teaching and hence knowledge production. In the UK, there is a group of teachers with the name, Muslim Teacher’s Association. On their website, they advise visitors about teaching and the importance of education in Islam. This section will mention the […]

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Charity Organisations and Muslims in Charity Work

‘Zakat’ in Islam, (the word for charity in Arabic) is highlighted in this beautiful saying of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH): “The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity.” And so because of their inspiration, Muslims are known to tirelessly work for many charitable […]

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Mosques in Britain

As far back as 1889, Britain’s first mosque was established as the Liverpool Muslim Centre in Liverpool, by Imam Abdullah Quilliam. At the same time, the first mosque  to be purposely build was at Woking in Surrey, known as the Shah Jahan Mosque. Since then, there have been more and more […]

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Muslims in Sports

Britain can pride itself in sport with great dedication from its British Muslims – from Mo Farah who is a sprinter to the famous boxer, Amir Khan.   Mo Farah: Mohamed Muktar Jama Farah also known as Mo Farah was born on 23rd of March 1983 in […]

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Muslims in Business

In Britain, there are 3 million Muslims and if you look at the country’s most powerful people in business, you would definitely recognise it as has the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) with their report on ‘The Muslim Pound’. The report assesses the Muslim contribution (both nationally […]

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David Cameron’s Speech on Extremism

David Cameron’s Speech on Extremism

DAVID CAMERON SPEECH ON EXTREMISM Published: Friday 19th June 2015 10:00 Mr Mohammed Shafiq Chief Executive of the Ramadhan Foundation comments: “The Prime Minister’s speech on security and extremism today is another indication of the wrong strategy and the neocon agenda which this government has adopted.  British […]

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Building Society…Creating Hope: The Contribution British Muslims Make

Building Society…Creating Hope: The Contribution British Muslims Make

FOREWORD: The contribution of British Muslims to the UK and the World is immense. Muslims have been part of the British fabric since the 19th century and have been contributing greatly in all different fields. These sections are about that contribution. We wanted to mention it here, […]

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ISIS in the UK: Pig-headed racism and British policy

ISIS in the UK: Pig-headed racism and British policy

By Mohammad Kozbar   Every time the issue of young British Muslims going to Syria is raised, the same question is asked by both the media and the government: Why isn’t the Muslim community doing more to stop these young people joining Islamic State (Isis)? But while […]

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Diverse and Strong Voices Emerging – 15,000 Stood Up to Racism and Fascism in the UK

Diverse and Strong Voices Emerging – 15,000 Stood Up to Racism and Fascism in the UK

Diverse and Strong Voices Emerging – 15,000 Stood Up to Racism and Fascism in the UK   By Mariam Amir Hassan   On Saturday 21st March in London, thousands of demonstrators joined hand-in-hand and firmly said “No!” to any form of racism: Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, Fascism, etc. An […]

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The Future for Muslims in Britain Review

The Future for Muslims in Britain Review

The Future for Muslims in Britain Review  By Anna Birawi On 11th March, Professor Tariq Ramadan, a prominent intellectual and Professor in Contemporary Islamic studies at Oxford University, and Dr Anas Altikriti, the Chairman of the Muslim Association of Britain and CEO of the Cordoba Foundation, came together […]

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