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Sajeda Momin
Sajeda Momin

Sajeda Momin is an independent British journalist who writes for a variety of media from London. She was the Europe correspondent for the Indian newspaper Daily News and Analysis. She has also worked in India where she held senior editorial positions in The Telegraph, The Statesman and The Asian Age.

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Sajeda Momin
Sajeda Momin

Sajeda Momin is an independent British journalist who writes for a variety of media from London. She was the Europe correspondent for the Indian newspaper Daily News and Analysis. She has also worked in India where she held senior editorial positions in The Telegraph, The Statesman and The Asian Age.

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Sajid Javid a triumph of British multiculturalism, belying ‘rivers of blood’ soothsayers

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Sajid Javid’s appointment as Home Secretary (Minister) in the British government effectively makes him the most powerful Muslim politician in ...

As London overtakes New York murder rate, social media influence on youth raises concerns

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Social media sites have now become an important part of most people’s lives, almost to the point of addiction for some, but they have also ...

More mosques being given heritage status in UK to celebrate history of Muslim communities

Sunday, 25 March 2018

The British government has decided that it is important to architecturally protect mosques in the UK and recognize their historic and cultural ...

Britain jails far-right leaders even as neo-fascist groups want ‘war against Islam’

Sunday, 11 March 2018

Leaders of a far-right extremist group called Britain First have been jailed for anti-Muslim hate crimes. Paul Golding, the leader of Britain First ...

When humble hummus caused panic across Britain

Monday, 19 February 2018

An Arab delicacy in the United Kingdom has been hit hard by insufficient rains thousands of miles away showing what a global village the world has ...

ANALYSIS: Is Islamophobia Britain’s next big challenge?

Friday, 9 February 2018

The West is very clued-in to what it describes as ‘Islamist radicalisation’, but after the conviction of Darren Osborne, jailed for 43 ...

‘Sad’ Britain? Minister for Loneliness to deal with realities of modern life

Thursday, 25 January 2018

The United Arab Emirates was the first country in the world to announce a Ministry for Happiness. The brainchild of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al ...

Despite row over removing the homeless, Windsor gets decked up for royal wedding

Monday, 15 January 2018

The countdown to the wedding of Queen Elizabeth’s grandson Prince Harry later this year has begun with a completely unnecessary controversy that ...

How British police nabbed criminals with lure of free Christmas gift

Friday, 29 December 2017

In what is being described as the most innovative method to catch criminals, British police used the offer of a free Christmas hamper to nab dozens of ...

How Prince Harry’s fiancé gives a modern face to the British royal family

Monday, 25 December 2017

Prince Harry, the younger son of Prince Charles the heir to the British throne, will get married to his finance Meghan Markle who is of ...

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