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Australia Far-right Targets Muslims Online

Last Modified:  23 Apr 2014 03:47  GMT


SYDNEY – An Australian far-right group has escalated its hate campaign against the Muslim community, urging its supporters to take photos of veiled Muslim women in public and using them in hateful posts online. “I was in my way to work as I usually do,” a mother of three who was photographed on the train and then humiliated in a series......





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Last Modified:  28 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has declared a state of emergency in three cities on the Suez Canal, where dozens of people have been killed, drawing mixed reactions from Egyptians. They needed the state of emergen ...



Last Modified:  28 Jan 2013 06:44  GMT

Kuala Lumpur: Remarks by an actor and ex radio presenter in Malaysia has kicked off a new controversial debate as his post on a social networking website is widely deemed as disparaging to Islam. However, Founding President of Kita, Zaid Ibrahim, has defended the actor saying that his remarks were meant only against the government officials not Islam. By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 09:18  GMT

CAIRO - Amid rising sentiments against the sizable minority, American Muslims are being urged to reach out to their neighbors to help combat discrimination and hostility.“I think the message tonight for me is that Muslim c ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - An Israeli candidate running in this week's general election has sparked outrage by calling for blowing up Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third holiest shrine, to rebuild the alleged Temple of Solomon.“This is a serious c ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM - Plans to sign two Muslim players into an Israeli football team have invoked racism against non-Jews on the Israeli pitch. I was shocked by the racism displayed in the Beitar Jerusalem stands yesterday ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

ABUJA - A monarch in Nigeria's southeastern region of Igbo has reverted to Islam, to the joy of Muslims in a region that has always seen the Islamic religion as alien to their culture.“I did not accept Islam. I only revert ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 02:43  GMT

Tucked away on a corner of the Haitian capital’s dusty, congested Delmas Road, a modest white building bears a curious sign, painstakingly stenciled in green Western and Arabic script ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - A female Muslim chaplain at a British hospital has been shortlisted to be awarded for her efforts in providing religious and spiritual care to patients.“I feel humbled and privileged as a finalist in the Religious ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Clashes between protestors and police continued Sunday, January 27, in a fourth day of violence, as Egyptians are growing frustrated by the regular escalations that have hammered their livelihoods. Till now, none o ...



Last Modified:  27 Jan 2013 11:14  GMT

27 January 2013 The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveiled more than 10 centuries of Islamic art Saturday, starting a year-long ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 07:33  GMT

Abuja: An Islamic cleric has criticized the decision of the Nigerian government to send troops for helping French forces in fight against so-called “Islamic terrorists” in Mali as he believes that no power on earth can defeat Islam and the fight can turn into “war against Islam.” By Farhan Iqbal



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 05:21  GMT

CAIRO - Condemning latest attack targeting the city's Muslim community, Leicester police have warned that they would not tolerate discrimination in Leicester, confirming Muslims' right to practice their faith freely without f ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 05:21  GMT

CAIRO - Recognizing his effort in boosting interfaith dialogue, a Muslim professor at Melbourne University has been made a member of the Order of Australia for his significant services in setting educational programs about Is ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - Twenty-one football fans and club members were sentenced to death on Saturday, January 26, over Egypt's worst-ever football tragedy, sparking deadly violence in the canal city of Port Said. I thank God that justice ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

STRASBOURG - The Council of Europe has accused the Russian Federation of inflicting electric shocks, asphyxiation and other tortures against prisoners in the North Caucasus during its wars on Chechnya, Dagestan and North Osse ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Two policemen and eight other people were killed on Saturday, January 26, in violence that erupted in the Mediterranean city of Port Said after 21 people were sentenced to death for their role in Egypt's worst-ever so ...



Last Modified:  26 Jan 2013 11:14  GMT

31 July 2012 The OIC-founded Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) has granted admission to Christian students from Nigeria to st ...



Last Modified:  25 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

ADDIS ABABA - Ethiopia Muslim students at Bahardar University have been forced to stop their education and vacate the campuses after the university decided to deny them hijab and prayer places.“Over 95% of Muslim students ...



Last Modified:  25 Jan 2013 05:18  GMT

CAIRO - Egyptian opposition supporters gathered on Friday, January 25, in central Cairo to mark the second anniversary of a popular revolution that ousted president Hosni Mubarak, as the Muslim Brotherhood planned to mark the ...



Last Modified:  25 Jan 2013 01:18  GMT

CAIRO - Missing six school days, two Muslim students were finally allowed to return to their Cape Town high school after education officials ordered the school to allow wearing of religious headgear as a right protected under ...




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