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CfM: Marking 40 years at the forefront of championing diversity

An organisation which has been instrumental in propelling Bradford to the forefront of championing diversity and creating a fairer society for...

Bradford Councillor accuses Muslim leader in damning video

All work carried out by Council for Mosques, including that during the pandemic, has been delivered off...

Bradford Central Mosque becomes a community COVID-19 vaccination centre

The move marks the beginning of a major initiative whereby Bradford Council for Mosques is teaming up with local GPs to accelerate...

‘Halal and kosher vaccine will accelerate UK vaccination once approved’

(Above) Saira Ali, 50, from Saltaire, was among the 720 volunteers who took part in vaccine trials at the University of...

BRAVEHEART: Bradford architect completes Covid-19 vaccine trials

“It’s a race against time - the BAME community must step forward and help the efforts to find the right cure.”

Eid in lockdown …after all, saving lives is the most sacred...

The message of celebrating Eid al-Fitr at home during the pandemic couldn’t be a bigger religious obligation upon Muslims than ever...

Marvellous Medics: Bradford doctors keep Covid-19 deaths to a minimal

Just over two weeks ago, disproportionate figures of Covid-19 victims showed around 35% of patients in Intensive Care Units were from ethnic...

“You’re doing a great job, please carry on during Ramadan”

With heart-wrenching stories unravelling every day about families losing loved ones during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Council for Mosques (CfM) urges people...

Bradford launches £100,000 COVID-19 Mosque Support Fund

In an unprecedented move, the Bradford Council for Mosques (CfM) has earmarked £100,000 Mosque Support Fund in response to the Covid-19 pandemic....

CORONAVIRUS: Bradford mosques unveil new guidelines for Muslims

Bradford’s Islamic faith leaders have called for the suspension of all congregational activities at mosques and Islamic centres from immediate effect.

Should UK mosques remain open during the spread of coronavirus?

Some influential scholars have said UK mosques should remain open for congregational prayers despite the Muslim Council of Britain's (MCB) advise because...

Dhols, buntings and Union Jacks warmly welcome the Duke and Duchess...

The mood of Bradford was positively invigorated during Will and Kate's royal visit to one of the UK’s most diverse and unique...

Acts of faith: Muslim Bradford charity organises it’s eighth Christmas dinner

Compassion and helping the needy is the common thread running through all faiths. And this couldn’t ring more...

Bradford adopts new Islamophobia definition

Definition of Islamophobia adopted by Bradford Council

Brave hearts: Little open heart surgery patients get special visit

Almost 1 in 100 babies in the UK are born with congenital heart disease (CHD), and here in our region almost 25% of all...

Renowned World Curry Festival heading for new look

Hailing from the picturesque rolling hills of Yorkshire to the foothills of Penang in Malaysia, the World Curry Festival reaffirmed Bradford’s pole position on...

It’s a spice fest! Curry Fest 2016 is bigger and better...

From a glittering gala dinner and master classes with world famous chefs, to street vendors cooking up incredible street food, the World Curry Festival...

World Curry countdown: Yorkshire’s spiciest food fest is only days away

Arriving on Yorkshire’s doorstep for 15 days of flavours, sights and sounds from around the world is the spiciest food festival around – the...

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