Articles by The Guardian

The Muslim Pro app has been downloaded by close to 100 million people and is used to aid Muslims in planning prayer, finding local halal food and fasting during the holy month of Ramadan.

ACLU Files Request Over Data Us Collected Via Muslim App Used By Millions

The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking the release of three years of records that could shed light on how the US government acquired cellphone location data collected through apps used by millions of Muslims around the world.

There’s A Social Pandemic Poisoning Europe: Hatred Of Muslims

If anti-Muslim prejudice is not targeted, steps to counter racism in Europe in the wake of BLM protests will be meaningless.

The Muslim Bereaved Cruelly Deprived Of Closure By Coronavirus

Infection risk means families are suffering trauma and guilt by not being able to carry out the Islamic funeral ritual of washing the body.

How Lives Were Destroyed Under Cover Of Lockdown In A Small Indian Town

The violent onslaught that began at midday of 12 May was the pinnacle of the worst outbreak of religious violence in India since the riots that ripped through north-east Delhi in February and killed over 50 people.
Defendant Philip Manshaus appears in court May 7 in Oslo on charges of murder and terrorism.

Norwegian White Nationalist Gets 21 Years For Slaying, Mosque Attack

A white nationalist Norwegian who killed his stepsister and then stormed an Oslo mosque and opened fire, hitting no one, was found guilty and sentenced to 21 years in prison.

Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories Targeting Muslims Spread In India

Attacks and boycotts escalate amid false claims that Muslim group to blame for epidemic.

Islamophobia-A Global Phenomenon

From Xinjiang to Germany: how did Islamophobia become a global phenomenon?

Muslim Students Less Likely To Be Awarded Top Class Degrees

Only 18% of Muslims were awarded the top classification, a lower proportion than in any other religious group

Delhi’s Muslims Despair Of Justice After Police Implicated In Riots

Allegations mount that police in Indian capital incited and aided recent mob violence and failed to help Muslim victims

Christchurch Mosque Shooting One Year Later

One year after Christchurch we seek solace in community and being unapologetically Muslim.

Lebanon To Default On Debt For First Time Amid Financial Crisis

After weeks of negotiations with the IMF, Lebanon is set to default on $1.2 billion in debt. The move – the first default in Lebanon's history.

Inside Delhi: Beaten, Lynched And Burnt Alive

Violence in India’s capital has left more than 40 dead and hundreds injured after a Hindu nationalist rampage, stoked by the rhetoric of Narendra Modi’s populist government.

Delhi’s Muslims Pray Under Armed Guard After Week Of Riots

Muslims in Delhi have held Friday prayers under the watch of riot police after a week in which 42 people were killed and hundreds injured during the city’s worst sectarian violence in decades.

How Hindu Supremacists Are Tearing India Apart

Narendra Modi’s BJP is remaking India into one where some people count as more Indian than others.

Sudan Accused Of Failing Men Who Say They Were Duped Into Working In Libya

Families protest amid claims men who went to work in UAE were given military training and then sent to Libya to guard oil fields

Rotherham Muslims Launch ‘Guardian’ Group After Far-Right Threats

Members of the Muslim community in Rotherham are launching a neighbourhood protection group with more than 100 volunteers after three mosques were targeted by the far-right.

The Mother Of Osama Bin Laden Speaks For The First Time

Nearly 17 years since 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s family remains an influential part of Saudi society – as well as a reminder of the darkest moment in the kingdom’s history. Can they escape his legacy?

The Rise of US Liberal Islamophobia

We must not ignore the spread of leftists who preach that Islam is inimical to liberal values.

British Government Condemns Trump

British Government Condemns Trump For Retweeting Far-Right, Anti-Muslim British Group, And Other Trump News From Today

After The Liberation Of Mosul, An Orgy Of Killing

In the dying days of the battle of Mosul, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad followed Iraqi soldiers during the last push against Isis. But following their victory, a new wave of savagery was unleashed.