'I was scared. It was an image of mass violence that shouldn’t ever be experienced'
The cost of cows and goats rose 30 per cent in the run up to celebration of Eid
Muslims around the world are celebrating the holy day today which marks the end of Hajj
A Norwegian court has found a hairdresser guilty of discrimination for refusing to serve a Muslim woman wearing a hijab.
Javaria Saeed says Muslim officers were allowed to get away with comments which would get their white colleagues fired
India's Supreme Court is currently deciding a case on 'triple talaq' instant divorces
The country's leading cleric Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah was responding to criticism by Iran's Ayatollah
Court in Corsica says the swimwear still pose a risk to public order
We always rely on some sort of a 'bridge', a more familiar, non-Muslim person like me and I wish we didn't have to
Experts say different spellings are variations on the same name transliterated from Arabic
The poll comes after a row in France over a women who was forced to undress by armed police
Slovak President said he would “never bring even a single Muslim into his country”
'Religiously offensive vocabulary' has been submitted, say organisers Oxford Dictionaries
Only 15 per cent of respondents opposed any restrictions
London’s Metropolitan Police introduced the hijab 15 years ago and its representation in the ranks of the people it serves is still woeful
Pair suspended from religious Moroccan political party, which described the allegations as a 'violation' of the party's principles