Press articles on matters of faith

The Loss of Christians in Mosul and the Middle East is a Stain in the Region
July 9, 2014 By Faith Matters

The Loss of Christians in Mosul and the Middle East is a Stain in the Region

THE LOSS OF CHRISTIANS IN MOSUL & THE MIDDLE EAST IS A STAIN ON THE REGION The actions of ISIS in Iraq and in areas like Mosul and the corresponding targeting of Christians in Syria and other areas brings an ill wind for the future of minority faiths in the region. Furthermore, Arab Christians from […]

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Remembering Lee Rigby
November 20, 2013 By Faith Matters

Remembering Lee Rigby

 Remembering Lee Rigby & His Family – the 22nd of May 2013 On the 22nd of May 2013, Lee Rigby was murdered on the streets of Woolwich by two young men who were looking to harm anyone whom they perceived was a soldier. Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale were found guilty of the murder of […]

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Launch of New Interfaith Project in Lahore by Faith Matters
November 4, 2012 By Faith Matters

Launch of New Interfaith Project in Lahore by Faith Matters

      Faith Matters launched the MUSAWAAT (Equality) project at the Avari Hotel in Lahore.  The aim of this project is to protect and promote equality in Pakistan and imbed a sense of shared values leading to the protection of minority faiths. The Musawaat project will support grassroots level interfaith dialogue and understanding between […]

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October 14, 2012 By Faith Matters

TELL MAMA’s Work Outlined in a Press TV Documentary on Attacks Against Muslim Communities

      The TELL MAMA project which is co-ordinated by Faith Matters, has been highlighted by Press TV in a 20 minute documentary which was aired in September 2012. The documentary interviews young visible Muslim women who describe their experiences of anti-Muslim attacks. The documentary also lists the work of TELL MAMA and the […]

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April 20, 2012 By Faith Matters

TELL MAMA on Al Jazeera

TELL MAMA Highlighted on Al Jazeera   Faith Matters welcomes the recent news documentary that Al Jazeera undertook on the TELL MAMA project which supports those who have suffered anti-Muslim attacks and which also maps, measures and analyses areas in England that may be potential hotspots for such attacks. {youtube}nR7BuwCkfjg{/youtube} The project which was devised […]

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February 24, 2012 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters in the Huffington Post

Faith Matters in the Huffington Post – The Fight Against Islamophobia Steps up a Gear By Dr Leon Moosavi https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/dr-leon-moosavi/the-fight-against-islamophobia-_b_1293441.html A new service has been launched this week enabling Muslims to report anti-Muslim discrimination. The initiative by Faith Matters must be applauded and can be a milestone in challenging Islamophobia. Over the past four years, […]

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February 22, 2012 By Faith Matters

Eric Pickles: Communities Together Not Apart

https://www.communities.gov.uk/news/newsroom/2092169 Eric Pickles: Communities together not apart Published 21 February 2012 The Government has called on people to come together and play their full part in local communities. A new ‘localist’ approach to achieving a more integrated society focusing on creating the conditions for everyone to live and work successfully alongside each other was today […]

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E Politix Reports on the Work of Faith Matters
January 17, 2012 By Faith Matters

E Politix Reports on the Work of Faith Matters

EPolitix.com Reports on the Work of Faith Matters in Countering Extremism in Pakistan We talk to Fiyaz Mughal, founder and director of Faith Matters, about how the charity is seeking to tackle extremism in Pakistan through the use of SMS technology. Could you outline the main objectives of Faith Matters? Project Peghaam tests messages on […]

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Faith Matters in The Times
October 11, 2011 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters in The Times

Islamists misunderstand the Islamic Caliphate: Report on the launch of the Faith Matters report, “The Tanzimat: Secular Reforms in the Ottoman Empire” Extremist Muslims who campaign for the return of an Islamic Caliphate are deluded in their understanding, and in fact the true Caliphate was a model of secular reform, according to a report. Faith […]

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August 11, 2011 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters and Christian and Muslim work cited in the Express Tribune, part of the International Herald Tribune.

ISLAMABAD: Political and religious leaders across Pakistan are being urged to sign a new charter demonstrating their dedication to countering religious hatred. Besides condemning violence, the Christian-Muslim Covenant of Non Violence in Pakistan urges signatories to actively tackle the root of religious tension and promote interfaith harmony.

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