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are making bulking agents out of porcine and bovine gristle and bones
that help inflate chicken breasts, so that they fetch a higher price

Prime Minister has no plans for Government intervention over religious slaughter

Donna Bull, 53, was among the 50 people who died when a Boeing 737 crash landed in Russia. She was in the country on a 10 day work trip

Russian plane crash: Briton among 50 killed as Boeing 737 bursts into flames on landing

The Tatarstan Airlines plane was making a second attempt to land when it exploded, killing 50, including British woman Donna Bull

Al-Qa'ida-linked Syrian rebels ask for 'understanding and forgiveness' after mistakenly decapitating the wrong person

In a gruesome video posted online earlier this week two men are shown displaying the head of a bearded man in front of a crowd of people

Westminster University students ‘furious’ after controversial Islamic preacher booked for charity dinner talk

National Charity Week began in controversy after Westminster Islamic Society (ISOC) asked an anti-gay and anti-semitic Muslim scholar to give a speech to over 300 students.

Why we all should Marvel at this Muslim superhero

My hope is that it will tackle some misconceptions and help a growing generation understand and redefine what it is to be a Muslim woman

Syria's Kurds move towards autonomy with announcement of transitional government

Areas dominated by Kurds in the north-east of the country would be ruled by the new government

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's Setad has built a fortune on the forced seizure of thousands of properties belonging to ordinary Iranians

Iran’s Supreme Leader runs business empire worth £60bn

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei controls a business empire worth around £60 billion – a sum exceeding the value of his oil-rich nation’s annual petroleum exports – a six-month Reuters investigation has found.

Newly-qualified NHS doctor accused of kidnapping British photographer and Dutch colleague in Syria has case dropped

Two journalists were held captive for nine days after they strayed into a jihadist camp and both suffered gunshot wounds when they staged an unsuccessful escape attempt

Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has also stepped in to pardon criminals from time-to-time

Saudi boy spared execution for shooting dead elderly relative after mistaking her for monkey

Family members told judges they believe the killing was an accident

Maldivians finally vote to elect new president

After two months of political bickering and repeated failure to hold an election, Maldives voters headed to the polls today to elect a new president for their vulnerable new democracy.

Mufti Ismail Menk has described same-sex acts as 'filthy' and 'wrong'

Universities cancel Muslim cleric’s speaking tour over concerns about his anti-gay views

Mufti Ismail Menk has described same-sex acts as ‘filthy’ and ‘wrong’

We will remember them: thousands of poppies make up the artwork ‘Trench’ by Martin Walters at Beverley Minster in the East Riding of Yorkshire

One million Muslims will wear Remembrance poppies despite extremists' opposition, say researchers

Findings released to counter charges that British Muslims are unpatriotic

Mosque bombing kills provincial governor Arsallah Jamal in Afghanistan during Eid al-Adha holiday

A bomb planted inside a mosque microphone killed the governor of Afghanistan's eastern Logar province as he was delivering a speech to worshippers on this morning to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, officials said.

A muslim protestor reads a Koran during a demonstration against a Malaysian Catholic newspaper using the word 'Allah'

Non-Muslims cannot refer to God as Allah, Malaysian court rules

A Malaysian court ruled yesterday that a Christian newspaper may not use the word “Allah” to refer to God, a landmark decision on an issue that has fanned religious tension and raised questions over minority rights in the mainly Muslim country.

Leicester fire deaths: Father tells funeral service he is a 'bird without wings'

Grieving neurosurgeon led prayers for the 1,000 people who attended the janaza ceremony in memory of his wife Shehnila Taufiq and their three teenage children

Tommy Robinson feels he can no longer keep extremists in the party at bay

Tommy Robinson has left the EDL. But this is a change of key, not a change of message

He has not denounced the principles that the EDL still stands for

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