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Asian News - Mosque Open Day Showcases Community Cohesion
05/03/2015
Hailing Success
An open day at Dudley Central Mosque has attracted over 200 visitors who were eager to find out more about the Muslim faith.   The event, which was held this week, was the first event to be held at the mosque, which organisers have deemed a success.   The include...
Asian News - A Service to Humanity
03/03/2015
Legacy of a Sufi
Dedicating his life to the service of his religion and the community, Sufi Abdullah Khan Sahib’s legacy, commitment and loyalty was clear to see. The 15,000 people that came to pray tribute to him at his funeral was evidence of how much of an esteemed individual he was. H...
Asian News - Muslim Soldier Hits Out At Extremist Groups
02/03/2015
"Jihadi Terrorists are a Curse on Humanity”
An ex-Army soldier has spoken out about extremist hatred and blamed the issue on communities who fail to integrate in British society. Zeeshan Hashmi, whose brother, Jabron, became the first Muslim soldier to die whilst fighting for the British Army in Afghanis...
Asian News - Family Stranded After 11-Year-Old is ‘Unfit-to-Fly’
02/03/2015
Autistic Son Banned from Coming Home
A Birmingham family have claimed that they were left stranded in Turkey when their 11-year-old autistic son was labelled ‘unfit to fly.’ Arshad Sherbaz and Selina Begum, who had spent £2,300 to enjoy the Thomas Cook package holiday with disabled Mustafah an...
Asian News - Fire Breaks out in Leicester Sikh Temple Where Hundreds were Evacuated
25/02/2015
Sikh Temple Fire
Hundreds of people had to be evacuated after a fire broke out at a Leicester city Sikh Temple. The temple’s caretaker was alerted of the fire in a top floor store-room after the fire alarm sounded. Nobody was hurt although fire fighters had to prevent people from running ...
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Asian The Asian View - The Asian View with Bushra Irfan
05/09/2008
Musharraf – Leader or Tyrant?
No matter what a person’s opinion is on the above, one thing is quite clear - President Musharraf was a most unusual person. Even though he took over rule on a military coup on Nawaz Sharifs government in 1999, he showed great political and democratic prowess which is mos...
Asian The Asian View - The Asian View with Bushra Irfan
09/10/2007
The religious symbol debate
IN THIS more and more diverse society where we all desire to integrate with each other and hope and aspire to learn to respect each others customs and beliefs, there is on occasions a clash arising from misunderstandings or lack of knowledge of the others beliefs or cultures. Th...
Asian The Asian View - The Asian View with Bushra Irfan
07/09/2007
Combatting Forced Marriages
Forced marriages is a subject which has been a topic of discussion for communities and government alike for many years now without much progress on any part. A few years ago the government engaged communities to discuss the possibility of making forced marriages a criminal offe...

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24/02/2015
Protecting Our Children
A group of women have met in Birmingham to discuss ways of how they can fight extremism. Under the campaign of #MakeaStand, crea...

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24/02/2015
Divorce Warnings Over Religious Marriages
A campaign group in Birmingham is warning thousands of Muslim women that they will have no rights if they divorce, because their...

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23/02/2015
A Devastating Arson
Former prison convict Leon Smythe set fire to a Birmingham arts centre causing over £100,000 worth of damage, just hours a...
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