Charity worker quits UK govt anti-Islamophobia role

LONDON: A charity worker appointed by the UK government as an advisor on Islamophobia has quit the role before beginning his work over allegations that he received a “torrent of abuse.”

Fiyaz Mughal, founder of the Faith Matters counter-extremism group and the Tell Mama organization, set up to tackle Islamophobia, was set to become the UK’s first lead on tackling anti-Muslim hatred, advising the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.

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