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Helping those less fortunate across the Bradford District


Curry Circle was launched in December 2013 after seeing the need for this service. Curry Circle provides a free hot curry, hot drinks and a clean warm environment on a weekly basis for homeless/destitute people. We have arranged for a catering group to provide the food every week for approximately 90 people (numbers are monitored more »

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January 2, 2017


Muslims donate 10 tonnes of food in charity drive for homeless at Christmas


Muslims in London have donated 10 tonnes of food to feed the homeless. The charity drive, organised by Muslim Aid and the East London Mosque in Whitechapel, saw hundreds of congregants arrive to Friday prayers bringing food donations The food will be given to homeless charity Crisis, with more than 90 per cent going to more »

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Inspiration on your bike: Helping refugees get around London


The Bike Project collects and fixes unwanted bikes before giving them to refugees so that they can move around the city. It was while studying politics at the London School of Economics that Jem Stein began to learn more about the difficulties faced by refugees seeking asylum in the UK. “I was volunteering as a more »

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The Challenge – Give a home for Syrian Refugees in 2017


More than a million Syrian migrants fleeing war and terror, entered Europe in 2015. According to UNHCR figures, numbers crossing the mediterranean are up 630% on the first quarter of last year. Some have already reached UK shores and claimed asylum. It is reasonable to expect that many more will. But there’s a problem… Although more »

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SUPERHEROES MAKE CHILDREN’S DAY: MUSLIM ORGANISATION MARKS EID WITH VISIT TO SICK CHILDREN IN HOSPITALS


To celebrate the Muslim holy day of Eid, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan, the North East’s Islamic Diversity Centre took presents to local children at St Oswald’s Hospice in Newcastle, Sunderland Royal Hospital and James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. Project Manager Abu Tayeb said the North East’s Muslims must share more »

February 17, 2016


JORDANIAN COUPLE SHARES WEDDING FEAST WITH OVER 200 REFUGEES


A newly married couple in Jordan made their wedding day even more magical by sharing their first dinner as husband and wife with over 200 refugees living in the country’s capital. Newlyweds Mutaz Mango and Basma Omar teamed up with local nonprofit Collateral Repair Project to invite refugees from Amman’s Hashmi al-Shamali neighborhood to their more »

February 6, 2016


MALALA IS INSPIRATION FOR HER MOTHER TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL


Malala Yousafzai has inspired millions of women and girls to stand up for their right to an education. Her mother turned out to be one of them. Three years ago, Malala was shot by the Taliban in her own country of Pakistan for advocating girls’ education. She not only survived, she became more influential and more »


FIRST MUSLIM WOMAN IN SPACE USES TECH TO HELP OTHERS ACHIEVE THEIR DREAMS


Anousheh Ansari, the world’s first Muslim woman in space, speaks out on achieving her dreams and creating technology that empowers others to do the same. In a week where we’ve celebrated some incredible UK-based women in tech, we’re pleased to report that women are leading the way across the globe too. When Anousheh Ansari, an more »


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