Following the murders of four men in Albuquerque, New Mexico, sectarianism and anti-Shia hatred were rightly denounced everywhere, however similar uproar was missing when it came to the deep-rooted misogyny of the attacker, writes Alia Waheed.
Not even six years of being imprisoned and tortured in Iran has saved Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from racist and misogynistic attacks upon her return. She should have been applauded for calling out the UK government’s failures, writes Alia Waheed.
An independent watchdog, the NHS Race and Health Observatory, has revealed institutional prejudice towards Muslims in the NHS. In particular, a failure to understand Muslims' religious context has led to systemic failings in the UK's health system.
Azeem Rafiq's heroic whistleblowing at Yorkshire cricket club has unveiled an institutional legacy of xenophobia, Islamophobia, and anti-Asian prejudice. For some this may be shocking, for others, it is an unsurprising continuation of years gone by.
Sabina Nessa's murder has once again brought violence against women into the spotlight. However, the UK's relatively apathetic reaction reveals how Muslim women are left especially vulnerable compared with others.