Tasnim Nazeer is an award-winning journalist, author, and Universal Peace Federation Ambassador. She has written for Al Jazeera, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, Middle East Eye, CNN, BBC, and others.
Three young British activists share their efforts to spur change through advocacy and activism in a bid to fight for an end to genocide of the Uighurs in Xinjiang
The 'I am Mohammed Saleem' campaign, launched by British Muslim activist Maz Saleem, invites people to share their own lived experiences of Islamophobia and support by posting videos and testimonials.
The UK could be the latest country to implement legislation targeting China over its repression of the Uighur minority.
Comment: Sri Lanka's policy of compulsory cremation for victims of coronavirus is an assault on the religious burial rites of its minority Muslim community, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: Big brands must be held responsible for forced Uighur labour, no matter how far down their supply chain, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: The ICJ ruling to protect Rohingya Muslims is a positive step, but by no means will guarantee their safety, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: A video produced by Rajapaksa's campaign misleadingly positions him as a candidate who would look out for Sri Lanka's Muslims, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: The UAE should be ashamed of honouring India's Modi while at home he oversees a brutal crackdown on Kashmir's Muslims, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: It's crucial that the Sri Lankan government sets an example in taking a stand against anti-Muslim hate in the country, writes Tasnim Nazeer.
Comment: Assad and his backers should be held to account for their war crimes against innocent Syrians, writes Tasnim Nazeer.