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December, 2017

  • 30 December

    Hijab, Meaning, Identity, Otherization and Politics: British Muslim Women

    The fourth report in the British Muslim Expectations of Government series has been commissioned to highlight and identify Muslim responses and requirements...

  • 24 December

    Law and British Muslims: Domination of the Majority or Process of Balance?

    This volume broaches the subject of neutrality and the law with the specific experience and expectations of Muslims in the UK.  Having discussed the various theoretical critiques of law as objective and universal, it proceeds to draw on Muslim voices from across the UK in order to propose the grounds ...

  • 23 December

    Muftis, Fatwas & Muslims in the UK – A Study of Islamic Legal Advice

    The project, Muftis, Fatwas, and Muslims in the UK – A Study of Islamic Legal Advice, will examine the people who make religious judgements in Britain and the context in which their advice is sought, given and interpreted...

  • 19 December

    London Imam Sends Queen & Pope Theological Lesson in Christmas Cards

    r. Mohammed Fahim, of the Qur'ani Murkuz Trust, has sent his specially designed cards near and far for almost a decade. The cards depict Jerusalem along with verses from the Koran about Jesus’ miracles and Mary’s virgin...

  • 15 December

    Labour Muslim Network Launched in UK

    The Labour Muslim Network describes itself as an inclusive organisation which seeks to support British Muslims’ engagement in the political process and with the Labour Party, based on shared values of social justice and equality. Jeremy Corbyn helped to officially launch the Labour Muslim Network in Committee Room 11 at ...

November, 2017

  • 20 November

    UK Muslims Concerns over Schools’ Hijab Inspection

    A leading British Muslim group has voiced concerns over school inspecting authority, Ofsted, plans to question young Muslim girls on hijab, saying the proposal challenges the British values of religious freedom...

October, 2017

September, 2017

  • 7 September

    Islamophobia Holding back UK Muslims in Workplace

    Muslim men and women are being held back in the workplace by widespread Islamophobia, racism and discrimination, according to a study which finds that Muslim adults are far less likely to...

  • 6 September

    Book: Toward the reform of private Waqfs

    High-net-worth Muslim investors are increasingly investing and accruing wealth in the United Kingdom and the demand for Shariah-compliant wealth-planning structures, such as Waqfs, is growing. This study accepts that Waqf law, as...

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