11 July 2020 was designated as Srebenica Memorial Day and Waqar Azmi, the founder and chairperson for Remembering Srebenica, said ‘Srebrenica has become a world symbol of the horrific consequences that can result from inaction, and therefore, taking action, however small, matters”.
A new report compiled by a group of academics has produced surprising results on the perceptions of Islam on campus. Academics from Durham, SOAS, Coventry and Lancaster universities have examined the ways in which Islam and Muslims are understood on campus.
The government lost its appeal on 16 July on Shamima Begum’s right to return to the United Kingdom after she left Britain to join ISIL in 2015. The Court of Appeal partially overturned an earlier ruling by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission from earlier this year.
It is the appeal to the market that has driven many of the key developments in the community in the past two decades, not a strategic analysis.
British Muslim women have been calling for progress on issues of gender equality, but change is too slow.
Lord Khurshid Drabu CBE who passed away on 20 April 2018 was the first Muslim judge and a prominent British Muslim serving as a senior advisor to the Muslim Council for Britain.