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Australia Far-right Targets Muslims Online

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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:  18 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - A planned visit by Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders, who is notorious for his anti-Islam slurs, has left the Australian government in a dilemma, amid a climate of tension over Muslim protests against a US film ...



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LOS ANGELES - Standing shoulder to shoulder, Muslim and Coptic Christian leaders in the United States have raised voices to condemn a film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) and violent protests that t ...



Last Modified:  18 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - Getting itself outside hot water, a Philippine Catholic high school has overruled an earlier decision to ban hijab (headscarf) on campus in respect to religious freedoms of Muslim students.Allowing Muslim women stu ...



Last Modified:  18 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

GAZA CITY - A young Palestinian has died after setting himself on fire in the Gaza Strip in protest at the economic ships in the enclave, which has been under a crippling Israeli blockade. He left to seek work and he did n ...



Last Modified:  18 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - Wearing a cream-colored hijab, a veiled anchorwoman has appeared on Egypt's state television for the first time in decades, drawing a wide support in the pivotal Arab country. To be fair, veiled anchors were severe ...



Last Modified:  17 Sep 2012 09:51  GMT

Historically, the first person to believe in the prophet-hood of Mohammad was Waraqah bin Naufal, an erudite Christian pundit and a priest. The first king to believe in the prophet-hood of Mohammad was Nagus, the then King of Ethiopia. By P.P. Abdul Razak



Last Modified:  17 Sep 2012 08:18  GMT

CAIRO - Australian Muslim imams are planning a meeting to discourage people from violence that marred protests over an insulting movie of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) and tainted the image of Muslims in A ...



Last Modified:  17 Sep 2012 08:18  GMT

CAIRO - The US-made film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) and the angry Muslim protests to the insult reflect the deep cultural divide between the West and the Muslim world.“We never insult any pr ...



Last Modified:  17 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

KUALA LUMPUR - Amid fury over a US-made film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him), Muslim leaders in Malaysia called on Monday, September 17, for a mass prayer to show unity and seek the well-being of Mu ...



Last Modified:  16 Sep 2012 08:18  GMT

BEIRUT - Amid fury over a US-made film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him), Pope Benedict XVI called Sunday, September 16, for promoting Muslim-Christian harmony in the Middle East. May God grant to ...



Last Modified:  16 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

RIYADH - The highest religious authority in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, has condemned attacks against foreign embassies in protest at a film defaming Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him), saying the as ...



Last Modified:  16 Sep 2012 04:18  GMT

CAIRO - Violent protests in Sydney against a US-made film insulting Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) have triggered condemnations from the Muslim community in Australia, amid calls for Muslims to reflect the ...



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CAIRO - Mosques in the United States have come under attacks following a wave of anti-America protests that swept the Muslim world over a movie insulting Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him).“Nothing like this ...



Last Modified:  16 Sep 2012 12:18  GMT

CAIRO - British voters are more likely to support parties which carry a far-right, anti-immigrant agenda to cut the number of Muslims in their country, a new government poll has found. The results clearly point towards end ...



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09 July 2012 More than 100 young Jewish and Muslim leaders are meeting for the third annual Muslim Jewish Conference (MJC) in B ...



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July 2, 2012 After protests by Jewish and Muslim groups, the Dutch Parliament's Upper House (the Senate, pictured) has voted no ...



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11 June 2012 Australia has gone from the second most hated country among Indonesians to the second most loved, according to ann ...



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08 September 2012 The Foundation for Islamic Art, which boasts oneof the world's most important collections of Islamic Art at i ...



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02 August 2012 The work of a master Chinese calligrapher is wowing Harvard in an exhibit titled “Arabic Isl ...



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10 August 2012 After years of threats, attacks and court action, the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro's new mosque opened its doo ...




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