British women fight racism with Hijab

Challenging the idea of being oppressed to don hijab, a growing number of young British Muslim women are choosing to wear the Islamic veil or hijab, despite figures showing rising violence against visibly identifiable Muslims.

Germans do not see Islam part of Society

A slight majority of Germans have rejected a famous statement by former President Christian Wulff that “Islam is now part of Germany”, with a similar percentage viewing anti-Islam actions as equally deplorable as anti-Semitism.

Muhammad is Britain's most popular name

Mohammed, the name of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, has become the most popular name for new-born babies in England and Wales in 2013.

Dutch exhibit explores new Muslims' life

Offering a deep insight into the lives of Dutch reverts to Islam, a new exhibition is held in the Amsterdam Museum which puts a spotlight on increasing number of reversions and elaborates upon the spiritual process as well as the practical aspects of this change.

Brooklyn anti-Muslims attacks soar

Twin racial attacks at Brooklyn mosque over the weekend have drawn the ire of the Muslim community and city officials who condemned the soaring anti-Muslims attacks in the last two weeks.

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