The lives of the Charlie Hebdo shooting victims would have been saved by police competency, according to a French lecturer at the University of Manchester.
The terror attack on Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris was marked in Piccadilly Gardens last night as mourners gathered for a candlelit vigil.
Greater Manchester Police have marked the murders of twelve Parisians at the Charlier with a small ceremony and two minutes silence outside the Charles Hale road headquarters.
Piccadilly Gardens race attack: Muslim student’s headscarf torn off as she’s branded ‘terrorist p*ki’
A 19-year-old Muslim student was subjected to a sickening racial attack in Piccadilly Gardens yesterday – as her headscarf was torn from her head.
ISIS have been condemned for their ‘barbarity’ in their beheading of hostages in the name of a ‘false ideology’ by Manchester’s youngest and first Asian Lord Mayor.
Up to ten graves were targeted, all of which had been in the Muslim section, between 8.30pm on August 15 and 7.30pm the following day
Gaza conflict: Foreign Office ‘urgently investigate’ reports of Rochdale aid worker killed in Israeli airstrike
Reports are circulating on Twitter that Khadir Islam was killed on Sunday by Israeli forces after his convoy carrying medical supplies was hit by a missile strike, just days after arriving in the city
Bolton charity delivering aid to Gaza express ‘shock’ as HSBC shuts down account – for the SECOND time
Last week, the bank began notifying a number of Muslim organisations in the UK to tell them their accounts will be closed
Michael Adebolajo, 29, who along with Michael Adebowale, 23, was convicted of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby near Woolwich Barracks last year, and both are serving life sentences for the crime
Will you n-Eid holiday gifts? Manchester Muslims to enjoy late night shopping to mark end of Ramadan
Stores within the Heart of Manchester Business Improvement District (BID) will open until 9pm to mark the end of Ramadan.
Hate crime rocketed by 50% across Manchester in wake of horrific Lee Rigby Woolwich slaying, figures reveal
Figures obtained by MM reveal racially-motivated attacks shot up by 40% while religiously-motivated attacks rocketed by 51% across Greater Manchester between May 2013 and February 2014.