Most victims of religious hate crimes in England and Wales are Muslims, according to latest government figures.
Black and minority ethnic people in the UK are twice as likely to be in 'deep poverty' than white people, according to a new analysis.
The ‘Running Man’ raised thousands of pounds with a recent 30-mile 'Unity Trek' from Oldham to Bradford
She called herself a “huge Zionist” and “a huge supporter of Israel” — a country that many human rights groups say is an apartheid state
A podcast fronted by a niqabi Somali woman based in Canada has been topping the charts
A coalition of European Muslim NGOs condemned the "endemic of state led Islamophobia across Europe" at a major conference
We have some shareable snippets from IslamiQA, Your View on the News, The Today Show and Our Masjid.
Imam Ibrahim continues to look at Surah al-Baqarah and how its stories show us the different reactions people have to Allah’s guidance
Mosques around the UK are being urged to dedicate Friday's khutba (sermon) to climate change.
Following a tough selection process, we selected 80 outstanding businesses as finalists in 15 categories.
Islam Channel is looking forward to launching its brand new channel, Islam Channel Bangla, on 17th October 2022.
Sheikh Wasim Kempson tells us three things that occurred in the month as narrated in the Seerah.
Ultranationalist Jewish groups have continued to enter Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem
Islam Channel columnist Zara Mohammed looks at the launch of MCB’s ‘Proudly Muslim and Black Report 2022.’
Prominent Egyptian scholar Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, one of the world's most influential Sunni Muslim scholars, has passed away at 96
Major forces within Europe normalising Islamophobia with liberal democracies such as Austria, Denmark, and France the worst
The Al Mustafa Welfare Trust (AMWT) is on the ground providing life-saving aid to those most affected by the floods in Pakistan.
Dutch footballer and recent Muslim convert Davy van den Berg has impressed people on social media with his melodic recitation of The Quran
Hamza Ali Shah looks at the weeks since the death of Queen Elizabeth II and wonders why dissenting voices were side-lined and silenced
Leicester has hit the headlines recently over the heightening tensions among the city's Hindu and Muslim populations.
Here's a quick 1-minute explainer on what the word Quran means by Sheikh Bilal Brown, one of our experts on IslamiQA.
Taj Ali writes about the "Enough is Enough" campaign and why he thinks Muslims should get involved in this grassroots movement
a large-scale disorder broke out in Leicester over the weekend, triggered by pro-Hindutva crowds marching along Muslim populated areas.
Did you know the earliest Muslim connection with Britain goes back to 141 years after the death of Prophet Mohammed (SAW)?
Imam Yahya Ibrahim looks at the Surah al-Baqarah’s essential message: the call for devotion and submission to the message of Allah (SWT)
The majority of people across the Middle East and North Africa oppose normalising relations with Israel, according to a new survey
Islam Channel Business Awards is back to celebrate the entrepreneurial talents and outstanding successes of Muslims in business
Saudi Arabia continues its drive to use modern technology and artificial intelligence as it unveils several robots to help worshippers
Senator Fatima Payman broke down in tears talking about her family as she gave her first speech to the Senate last week
Zara Mohammed looks at Britain's new prime minister Liz Truss and monarch King Charless III and what the change means for Muslims
It's a common question we on Islam Channel have heard following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II last week.
British Muslims have 'second-class citizenship’ due to the citizenship-striping powers introduced by various governments since 2002
King Charles III has long been fascinated by Islam and Muslims — and he has made several public speeches in support of the community
Tributes poured in from Muslim figures and leaders from across the globe following the death of Queen Elizabeth II
The UK's longest-serving monarch died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.
Columnist Taj Ali looks at why those nations who do the most to cause climate change, should do more to tackle it.
The demand for halal products from Muslims and non-Muslim nations is increasing, according to a new study.
Muslim groups have urged the new Prime Minister Liz Truss to come good on her promise of taking a 'zero tolerance' approach to Islamophobia
Over 200 masjids from across the country opened their doors to guests from the local community for this weekend's Visit My Mosque event
It will lead disaffiliation campaigns against the National Union of Students (NUS) after the NUS suspended its president Shaima Dallali
Two commissioners reverse their initial recommendation of a hijab ban in schools as new poll shows Danes not in favour of ban
The employee accuses the tech giant of silencing and retaliating against employees who speak out in support of Palestine
The UN said allegations of torture and detention of the Uyghur Muslim minority were credible and citing possible crimes against humanity
According to a new book, Begum and her friends were smuggled into Syria by a Canadian spy and Britain then helped Canada cover up its role.
Aid efforts ramp up to deal with the unprecedented floods that have killed over 1000 people and displaced over 33 million
Sheikh Yahya Ibrahim starts his Journey through the Quran series by looking at Surah al-Fatiha
Is there a Muslim marriage crisis? Nailah Dean, the founder of the "Isms Project," certainly believes so. Find out why
The Aqeeqah is a highly recommended practice — it's when an animal is slaughtered following the birth of a child.
The use of Islamic phrases like Alhamdulilah, Bismillah, InshaAllah have entered the mainstream with many non-Muslims using those words
This summer, Pakistan has seen some of the heaviest monsoon rains in years, resulting in severe floods in the country's south.
It's been five years since Myanmar's military launched a ferocious crackdown against the country's Rohingya Muslim population.
A young Egyptian Muslim was thanked for his bravery after he saved people from the deadly Cairo church fire that killed 41 people.
Student received uniform violation for wearing hijab
With many fearful and anxious about the future, Muslim communities are stepping up to the challenge, ready to yet again serve those in need
Ustadha Maryam Amir listens to some of the best young female Quran reciters in this series of Quran Champions.
Tina Rahimi, the Aussie Muslim hijab-wearing boxer, sat down with Islam Channel and talked to us about boxing, her upbringing and Islam
Sonny Bill Williams shared his delight with fans about his wife Alana's decision to wear the hijab.
Taj Ali says positive Muslim stories get ignored in favour of negative depictions because there is a lack of Muslim journalists
She was denied the opportunity to live in "a Muslim culture" and added that she would continue supporting Palestine despite backlash
Qatar has pledged to fund the rebuilding of houses destroyed by Israel's latest military offensive on the besieged Gaza Strip.
Sheikh Yahya Ibrahim will share lessons from the various surahs in the Quran in a series of blogs that will enlighten our minds and nourish
She claimed that her boss at an upmarket greengrocer told her to take her scarf off and wear “tighter clothes”.
Charities are demanding the international community help ease the country's economic and medical crisis by releasing its frozen assets
In this short video, Imam Zakarya Gangat from Cambridge Central Mosque talks about how we should be content with what we have
The French footballer has yet again expressed solidarity with the people of Palestine following Israel's latest military offensive
Meet the young Muslim heroes who saved their neighbours from a burning tower block
UK Muslim Film (UKMF) was set up to counter the negative depictions of Muslims in film and TV.
Blackburn Rovers football club has been widely praised for informing Muslim supporters about where they can pray during a match.
As Muslims, we can observe special rituals to welcome the new arrival and give thanks to Allah (SWT).
Zara Mohammed tells us about how opening mosque doors to the general public can help change perceptions around Islam and Muslims in Britain
Islam Channel columnist Taj Ali looks at the role major political parties and the media play in further dehumanising Muslims in the UK.
Rishi Sunak has not responded to letters from a parliamentary group demanding action to combat Islamophobia,
Premier League teams have been busy this summer making new signings and Shamoon Hafez looks at the Muslims comings and goings
The Commonwealth Games 2022 are well underway with many Muslim athletes participating in the tournament in Birmingham.
A United States drone strike killed Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri at a hideout in the Afghan capital over the weekend
Plenty of new TV shows will appear on your screens this August, including lifestyle, current affairs and kids programming
Fatima Payman made history by becoming the first elected representative to wear a hijab in Australia's parliament
Hundreds of grassroots Muslim organisations rallied outside Chinese embassies and consulates in several cities worldwide on Sunday,
The leadership contest's 'diverse' makeup means nothing for representation — especially if it perpetuates the difficulties minorities face
In 2012, Sheikh Muhammad Alshareef filmed an episode of 'Footsteps of Ibrahim' with Islam Channel. We share the episode here in his honour.
Ashura falls on day ten of the New Year - which means that the day of Ashura 1444/2022 will be on Monday, August 8.
As we welcome the new Hijri year 1444 AH, we look at the virtues of the first month in the Islamic calendar - Muharram.
Boris Johnson said the investigation into the Islamophobia claims made by Tory MP Nus Ghani will have to wait until his successor is appoint
Schools went to great lengths to support Ukraine, which is in sharp contrast to how Palestinian solidarity was suppressed in schools.
Working British Muslims have a £11.5 billion pension deficit, according to analysis from digital pensions platform Penfold.
She talks about her recent Hajj journey and revealed how depression pushed her to quit acting and start wearing the hijab
Saudi police arrested a man who allegedly helped an Israeli non-Muslim journalist sneak into Makkah.
Here is a heart-warming video of a 12-year-old child eagerly making sure he wakes up for Fajr.
A primary school in Birmingham unveiled a striking mural of Abtaha Maqsood, Britain's first hijab-wearing cricketer
Sheikh Muhammad Alshareef, the founder of AlMaghrib Institute, suddenly passed away at age 47.
The long-awaited Forde report was released this week and made some damning claims about Labour failing to tackle Islamophobia
Listen to MP Naz Shah's impassioned speech on the UK government's boycott of the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB).
He tells Shamoon Hafez and Islam Channel about the processes, rituals and emotions of this once-in-a-lifetime journey
Muslims in the north of the UK need more local financial support, according to new data from the National Zakat Foundation
A “Muslim penalty” exists in the employment market, which results in a high unemployment rate among British Muslims, a study confirms
The Daily Mail has been roundly attacked for its 'gutter journalism' and 'blatant Islamophobia'
Attaining contentment is the goal of every person. But what does it mean if you never feel like you're content with life?
Writer Taj Ali explores how British Muslims are invisibilised from the discourse on social class
Over half of Syria's population has been displaced since 2011, with millions forced to flee the country and having to start all over again.