Nigerian women umbrella body calls for outlawing anti-hijab discrimination ahead of World Hijab Day
Police close investigation, no charges to be filed
Police hunting for young Asian male
Ofsted chief advises school inspectors to ask girls why they wear hijab to school
Outrage as Johannesburg public school requires students to carry a card so that they can wear hijab
Muslim woman whose job application had been cancelled subjected to discrimination on grounds of religion, Ombudsman decides
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Moscow does not have 'single' position on hijab
Company says headcover for Muslim female athletes to hit shelves next year
Musa says she was accused unfairly, interrogated, and had her hijab forcibly removed after Times Square arrest last year
The models were not chosen at random -- the young designer held casting calls specifically seeking first and second-generation immigrants, seeking to show that "fashion is for everybody."
Of Palestinian and Korean descent Sarah Musa and is hoping for alternative fashion to be a uniting factor communities to unite
Survey finds 1 in 2 support lifting ban on hijab
International body says Muslim player Noha Berhan can wear headscarf during matches
Muslim women report hijabs being ripped off by men shouting support for Donald Trump
"This campaign against the tournament is against Iranian women and it doesn't help at all," Sara Khademalsharieh, a 19-year-old international master have said.
Detective Ben Cousin said police will not tolerate "racially and religiously motivated crimes" and asked for help locating the two suspects.
Speaking to a French radio station, Nicolas Sarkozy has said that if elected he would ban the hijab, the head covering of Muslim women
The teacher wanted to see if the student was wearing headphones behind her hijab, but the student refused to show her ears.
Five women wearing the Islamic headscarf have been prevented from entering a nursery school in Corsica by other parents, local media report.
Female officers will be able to wear plain hijab as part of official uniform
Police chiefs, in order to boost the number of Muslim women in the police force, want to make the force 'representative of the communities we serve'