Islington Council has adopted the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on British Muslims definition of Islamophobia to help it tackle "hatred and discrimination" in the community.
The chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque has condemned an assault on Jeremy Corbyn during a visit to promote community relations yesterday.
People of all faiths and none assembled outside Highbury & Islington station last night to protest an alleged antisemetic attack against a 69-year-old man the previous afternoon.
Some 200 Muslims gathered in central London in a show of defiance against Donald Trump's visit today.
Jeremy Corbyn and Finsbury Park Mosque chairman Mohammed Kozbar have supported this afternoon's London protests against Donald Trump's visit to the UK.
Mohammed Kozbar, chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque, will be awarded "substantial damages" after the High Court ruled on Wednesday that the Daily Telegraph had published defamatory statements about him.
More than 100 people took a stand against vile anti-Muslim intimidation on the steps of Islington Town Hall yesterday.
Finsbury Park Mosque and Muslim Welfare House are holding their annual open days on Sunday - two weeks after terrorist Darren Osborne was sentenced to life in prison for his attack on the community.
The fate of a Finsbury Park Mosque trustee is still up in the air - three weeks after it was alleged that he is a member of a terrorist organisation.
Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn has admitted hate crime towards women still blights his constituency - but he is confident more victims will start to come forward.
Two victims of the Finsbury Park terror attack are still in hospital two months after a van ploughed into worshippers as they left night prayers.
It was billed as a "service of hope", to honour the victims of the terror attack two weeks ago.
Victims of the Finsbury Park terror attack this afternoon asked: "Why do people preach hate against us?"
Some 180 people attended a minute's silence for the victims of last week's attack outside the Muslim Welfare House on Monday.
Four hundred people crowded outside Finsbury Park Mosque tonight for a vigil in the wake of the Seven Sisters Road terrorist attack.
Islington's faith and community leaders responded to the Finsbury Park terrorist attack with typical defiance today, declaring: "Our community won't be divided."
Westminster Bridge. Manchester Arena. London Bridge. It has been a fearful three months for the UK. Even more important, then, to address that fear.
Finsbury Park Mosque was vindicated last week. It won a libel case after it was falsely labelled as a terrorist organisation. Yesterday, it held a successful, inclusive open day. The Gazette spoke to chairman Mohammed Kozbar.
Finsbury Park Mosque was this afternoon "vindicated" after wrongly being labelled a terrorist organisation by a major online database.
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