Friday, 4 January 2019

Tears as Derby charity worker is stopped at an airport for the 50TH TIME

Derby Telegraph, Tears as Derby charity worker is stopped at an airport for the 50TH TIME, 2 Jan 2019 "Mr Ali, who works in Derby for the international aid charity Unite4Humanity, was travelling home from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, after a ten-day pilgrimage with his family and his disabled grandmother, who uses a wheelchair."

Forced Marriages

Pragna Patel, Charging forced marriage victims rescue fees is a Foreign Office racket, 3 Jan 2019 (opinion piece) "Victims have no choice but to pay for protection when fleeing lives of horrific violence. These fees are wrong, and must end."

Thursday, 3 January 2019

Honours for Muslims tell untold story about the UK

Imam Mahmoud, Standard, Honours for Muslims tell untold story about the UK "While gaps between us widen, a political elite seems too often to be distracted from or unbothered by the issues ordinary people face. Yet I know of another story that is being written too: by determined and selfless people pulling us together every day. The New Year’s Honours list in many ways speaks to this story. It is indicative of a country’s people working together — in spite of all we’re up against. "

Tuesday, 1 January 2019

Mosque hosts Shoah Exhibition

Times of Israel, Golders Green mosque to host exhibit on Muslim heroes of Shoah "Golders Green Mosque is to host a unique one-day Yad Vashem exhibition at the beginning of the new year, highlighting the Muslim Albanians who helped, protected and rescued their Jewish neighbours during the Holocaust."

Manchester attack

BBC News, Manchester Victoria station stabbings 'a terrorist investigation' "The stabbing of three people - including a police officer - in Manchester is being treated as a terrorist investigation, police say."