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More than one hate crime a month recorded in Rotherham

May 31st, 2017

MUSLIMS are “resigned” to being spat at, abused and intimidated in Rotherham, it was claimed, as figures showed one hate crime incident every three weeks.

Anti-hate crime group Tell MAMA said it had received reports of 19 crimes against Muslims – more than one a month – in the past year, with the majority being assaults.

Hero surgeon abused after 48 hours of saving lives

May 31st, 2017

Naveed Yasin was stuck in traffic when he saw a van veering towards him, horn blaring. He did not take it personally and assumed the driver was suffering a bout of road rage.

Self-defence class over Islamophobia ‘normalisation’ fear

Apr 19th, 2017

Muslim women in Cardiff have been offered self-defence classes over fears Islamophobia has been “normalised” since Brexit.

Muslim woman reveals all about THAT terror attack pic after being trolled

Mar 26th, 2017

THE Muslim woman who was pictured looking at her phone while walking across Westminster Bridge during Wednesday’s attacks has spoken out.

‘Devastated’ Muslim woman accused of ‘walking by dying man’ after London terror attack speaks out

Mar 25th, 2017

“Not only have I been devastated by witnessing the aftermath of a shocking and numbing terror attack, I’ve also had to deal with the shock of finding my picture plastered all over social media”

London attack: Muslim woman photographed on Westminster Bridge during terror incident speaks out

Mar 25th, 2017

The woman was vilified on social media after some said it looked like she was walking past the wounded without concern

Woman photographed in hijab on Westminster Bridge responds to online abuse

Mar 25th, 2017

Muslim woman shocked at those who ‘draw conclusions based on hate and xenophobia’ after anti-Islam blogs circulated her image

Fawcett Society’s Sex Discrimination Law Review To Assess The Impact Of Brexit On Women’s Rights

Mar 9th, 2017

As uncertainty looms over what post-Brexit Britain will look like after Article 50 is triggered, campaigners are eager to assess the

Dorset Police joins forces with Tell MAMA to support victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes

Jan 26th, 2017

An awareness event was held in partnership with Bournemouth University to bring together police, partners and the community to develop a better understanding of anti-Muslim hate crime and the impact it has on Dorset communities.

Churches Are Receiving Online Abuse After They Included Muslim Prayers In Their Services

Jan 20th, 2017

There have been two incidents this month where churches were hounded online after Islamic verses were read out.

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