In a Facebook video, Ahmed Ali said he would be writing a formal complaint to the airline and Greater Manchester police.
Only 200 Pegida supporters participated in the "silent march" on Saturday, according to West Midlands police – significantly less than in other European countries.
The Muslim Women's Network has written to Jeremy Corbyn accusing male Muslim councillors of blocking Muslim women from elections.
The small town of Tipton was left shaken in 2013 when it became the target of a violent hate crime. In the wake of the attack, Mahtab Hussain spent two years speaking to Muslims of all ages and discovered a quiet sense of pride in their hometown.
Parliament's joint committee on human rights said it will look at the Prevent strategy, which some have argued risks undermining religious freedom.
The Charity Commission is also assessing whether intervention is required at Birmingham central mosque after a Muslim women's charity spoke out about unfair treatment.
"Why does Twitter think its legal team supersedes the home secretary and the judicial commissioner?" asked Victoria Atkins.
The Trades Union Congress called its analysis a worrying sign that "race still plays a huge role in determining pay" in the UK.
Tareena Shakil, 26, is the first British woman to be convicted of joining ISIS, after she travelled to Syria in 2014.
The Vishwa Hindu Kendra told BuzzFeed News it didn't know Tommy Robinson was booked as a speaker when it agreed to host an annual Hindu conference.
Despite protests from the Rhodes Must Fall campaign, Oriel College said the monument to the controversial figure will stay – but with an explanation of the "legacies of colonialism".
"Traditionally submissive in three languages, including English," one woman joked after the prime minister said British Muslim women weren't empowered.
'The capital is a safer place as a result of the network being dismantled.'
Shout out to all the fallen meteorologists in British media's needless weather wars. Winter is coming.
The proposals would do little to combat extremism and would undermine the good work of faith communities, said Gavin Robinson MP.
UPDATE: Lancashire police has released a statement denying this was the sole reason officers spoke with the pupil and said the response to concerns for his safety was appropriate.
Konika Dhar said she did not want to "give up on her brother", who is suspected of appearing in the latest ISIS hostage video.
"The government is still thinking about extremism in the same way as they were a year ago," the attorney representing the families of three British girls who ran away to Syria said of the Department for Education website.
The government has cut funding for English language classes twice in the past five years under the prime minister's leadership.