The Muslims in Britain Research Network in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK, Cardiff University organize a conference entitles Future of....
This book looks at how they are balancing expectations from traditional Islam imported from their ancestral homeland, expressions of Islam drawn from across the global Muslim community the Ummah and from Britain itself...
Brunel University London has become the first UK university to unveil a sports hijab for its Muslim sportswomen...
Muslims in the United Kingdom have called on the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to speed up its efforts to recognize a working definition of Islamophobia as hate attacks against members of the...
This conference explores issues of leadership within British Muslim communities. Leadership takes many forms. It includes liturgical and ritual leadership from imams (who may be paid, unpaid, or low-paid) and educational leadership from...
A Minority within a Minority: the Complexity and Multilocality of Transnational Twelver Shia Networks in Britain
This article investigates the dynamics around the creation of transnational Shia communal spaces in north-west London, the public representation of Shia Muslim identities by networks and organizations based there to illustrate their multilocal connectivities and internal heterogeneity. Academic scholarship on Shia Muslim minorities in the West has described them as ...
Is Islam a stranger in the West in general or in British society in particular? What understanding should Muslims have of Islam and themselves here? What should others think about Islam and Muslims....
“In search of a homeland, a quest for an identity” is the theme of the Muslim Convention which will be held on November 17, 2018 in Manchester, UK...
Muhammad was the most popular name for baby boys in English regions London, the West Midlands, and Yorkshire and the Humber in 2017, government statistics show, with spelling variations in the name taking it to...
A court in Britain has ruled that all marriages conducted under the Islamic laws, or the sharia, could be recognized as a legal marriage as they fall under British matrimonial law...