The evening of 8 April is the beginning of Passover, one of the most important religious festivals of the Jewish calendar.
A GUIDE for media to avoid reporting that can exacerbate hate crime towards Muslims has been published.
The Scottish Government has been included in a list of the 100 most LGBT inclusive employers in the UK.
COWDENBEATH MSP Annabelle Ewing told the Scottish Parliament on Thursday that the mass killing of of the Holocaust must never be forgotten so that such callous and horrendous acts never happen again.
A CHARITY has launched a safe and anonymous way for young victims of hate crimes to report incidents.
The first mosque to be built in the Western Isles is beginning to take shape.
Punish a Muslim Day was intended to scare and encourage violence against Muslims. But it ended up uniting communities instead.
THE Benarty-Indian connection started from a room in 72 Kirkland Gardens, Ballingry, and it was significant international correspondence that would take place over thousands of miles between people who did not know one another, but had a common love for the Bible and the Christian faith.
Seva Scotland are at work in Glasgow's city centre two nights a week, helping the people who need help most.