Press articles on matters of faith

Faith Matters on Press TV
January 5, 2011 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters on Press TV

A new report has revealed that the number of Muslim converts in the UK has soared during the last decade. The interfaith organisation “Faith Matters” says there are now around 100,000 Muslim converts in Britain, and most of them are female. Roshan Muhammed Salih reports from London. {youtube}pROSBlhsqzA{/youtube}

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Jews and Muslims Share More than Abraham
December 29, 2010 By Faith Matters

Jews and Muslims Share More than Abraham

I have just returned from Berlin where I attended a conference with the Council of Christians and Jews to look at the possibility of trilateral discussions involving Muslims, Christians and Jews and historic narratives.

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Faith Matters on CNN; persecution of minorities and the need for Christian and Muslim Dialogue and Peacebuilding
December 29, 2010 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters on CNN; persecution of minorities and the need for Christian and Muslim Dialogue and Peacebuilding

Christians are facing increasing persecution in the Middle East. We look at why this is taking place. Source: CNN | https://edition.cnn.com/video/?/video/world/2010/12/22/ctw.panel.christian.persecution.cnn

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EDL Recruiting Members!
November 29, 2010 By Faith Matters

EDL Recruiting Members!

A Controversial far-right group is stepping up its efforts to recruit Sikhs, a shocking new report was warned. The English Defence League (EDL) which has been accused of being racist and Islamophobia, is using high profile members and the Facebook website website to lure groups including Sikhs and Jews…

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Anti Semitism Must Stop!
November 29, 2010 By Faith Matters

Anti Semitism Must Stop!

Panorama’s exposure this week of Anti-semitic and homophobic textbooks being used by a small number of Muslim pupils highlights a sickening attempt by so-called “holy” people abroad to manipulate young minds here in Britain. Written by individuals who have been insulated from the diversity that we see around us and who see internal religious dilemmas […]

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November 29, 2010 By Faith Matters

Group building cohesion gets top award

A COMMUNITY organisation which was set up to ease religious tension has scooped the title of Enfield’s Business Of The Year. Founded in 2007 by former Haringey councillor Fiyaz Mughal OBE, Faith Matters was praised for its conflict-resolution work in the UK and across the Middle East. Judges were impressed with the organisation’s social programmes, […]

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Award of Appreciation
November 20, 2010 By Faith Matters

Award of Appreciation

Fourth Award of Appreciation to Cllr Fiyaz Mughal OBE from Dialogue Society on Vimeo.

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Enterprise Enfield Awards Business Winners!
November 5, 2010 By Faith Matters

Enterprise Enfield Awards Business Winners!

Enterprise Enfield revealed the winners of its 2010 Business Awards competition sponsored by The RSA Trust on Thursday 4th November at the Royal Chace Hotel, Enfield.  The event was attended by 100 people including: the Mayor of Enfield, Cllr Jayne Buckland, David Burrowes MP, Nick de Bois MP, Joanne McCartney, GLA Member for Enfield and […]

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October 28, 2010 By Faith Matters

Rabble-rousing rabbi and his far-right friends

More than 300 protestors convened outside the Israeli embassy in Kensington last Sunday for the far-right EDL’s demonstration against “Islamic extremism”, which saw the Israeli flag waved alongside the cross of St George. Fiyaz Mughal of interfaith group Faith Matters said: ” Its strategy is to reach out to floating groups such as ethnic communities […]

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Booklet aids battle against extremism
October 18, 2010 By Faith Matters

Booklet aids battle against extremism

A BOOKLET aimed at preventing young people from getting involved in violent extremism has been produced at a cost of £8,000. Faith leaders in Derby worked together on Our Faiths And Our Shared Futures, which calls on Christians, Muslims and Jews to learn more about each others’ faiths and “take a stand” against hate, extremism […]

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