Devotional songs and bells ring in the background as toddlers race through the halls, chasing the smell of curries in
As Christmas Day draws closer SWL spoke to one of the UK’s youngest Imams about his family’s Christmas plans and
Friday July 31 marked the second Eid this year which many Muslims celebrated during lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Ramadan Tent Project has returned to London for the seventh consecutive year to feed thousands of hungry Londoners in
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Wealthy nations were urged to give more help to some of the world’s most impoverished people by the leader of
An award-winning playwright hopes her extremism-inspired play will help to challenge and dispel cultural stereotypes. Stephanie Silver, who lives in
Leaders of Merton’s London Borough of Culture bid embarked on a road trip to reveal the area’s rich cultural history.
A renowned Islamic figure powerfully condemned the Westminster terrorist attack at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s national peace symposium in Morden.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies can lawfully ban employees from wearing headscarves and religious symbols under
The backlash against exam timetable changes to accommodate Ramadan highlights how divisive a lack of understanding of Islam can be,