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Halal Cruises Tailored for Muslim Explorers

Are you a Muslim traveler seeking a vacation experience that aligns with your cultural and religious values? Look no further than the exciting world of halal cruising—a specialised sector within the cruise tourism industry designed to cater specifically to Muslim guests, launching later this year. A decade ago, I engaged regularly with multiple cruise lines, […]

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Football Camps with Owen & Ferdinand at Siyam World Maldives

Siyam World Maldives has scored big this year with an exciting partnership that brings two iconic English football stars to its luxurious shores. As part of its ongoing series of five-star experiences, the resort has teamed up with Football Escapes to host premier football camps led by Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand. This Easter week, […]

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Mehwish Hayat’s Cinematic Journey and Cultural Impact

Celebrating Eid proved to be extra memorable this year for actress Mehwish Hayat  since it involved going with friends to the cinema to enjoy the launch of her new film, Daghabaaz Dil. “It’s a supernatural thriller romantic film,” she told British Muslim Magazine.  “I play a girl who is very confident, knows what she wants, very forthright […]

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Tackling Challenges, Cultivating Diversity, and Safeguarding Our Communities

Research conducted by YouGov and commissioned by Social Work England reveals concerning statistics: 39% of all social workers, and a staggering 48% of those from ethnic minority backgrounds, express intentions to leave the profession within the next five years. Tay Jiva MBE, an esteemed figure with over 25 years of experience as the registered manager […]

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Zainab’s Journey navigating Autism in Religious Spaces

Attending the mosque can pose significant challenges for parents of autistic children, often leading to the difficult decision to cease attending altogether. The underlying issue lies in the lack of awareness regarding the unique needs of autistic children in religious practices. Alterations in prayer schedules, particularly during Ramadan and Eid, can be distressing for autistic […]

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New Poll suggests Seeking Professional Support Improves South Asians’ Mental Health

A new poll by NHS England has found that over 3 in 5 (64%) South Asians have felt concerned about their mental health in the last year*. In fact, over 2 in 5 (42%) of those asked, said that they have experienced depression, and just under 3 in 10 (29%) have experienced generalised anxiety disorder.  However, the responses also reveal that just […]

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British Muslim Magazine

Welcome to British Muslim Magazine, Britain’s leading Muslim lifestyle magazine offering inspiration, advice, shopping, food and halal travel advice to British Muslim audiences and international travellers. BMM is the perfect choice for everyone who wants to know more about our nation’s rich history and traditions.