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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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CAIRO - Amid opposition to building Muslim worship places, Muslims in the US city of DeKalb, Illinois, are struggling to get official permission to build a mosque to serve their community, assuring neighbors and officials on ...



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14 March 2012 A bitter dispute between siblings came before the ACT Supreme Court in Canberra last week, when a daughter of a d ...



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06 May 2012 Hussein al-Kharsan, a 25-year-old Iraqi, aims to writie the longest copy of the Qur'an in the world. Kharsan says t ...



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28 March 2012 Islamic bonds (sukuk) have staged a massive comeback since 2011, after several gloomy years in which even Muslim ...



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11 March 2012 The World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film was observed on 11 March in various countries around th ...



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13 February 2012 The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is to hold a media workshop in Brussels on Feb 15 to 16 pertaini ...



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28 May 2012 Plans have been enacted to encourage mosques in London to join the quest to save dwindling bee populations after tw ...



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28 April 2012 Islamic associations and mosques in Belgium have ended a dispute over prayer timings in the country and have an a ...



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02 February 2012 The Muslim community in nepal has demanded that they be recognised as a separate minority group â€& ...



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18 February 2012 Chinese authorities in the troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang have launched an ideological campaign amid ...



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26 February 2012 The Islamic Fashion Festival (IFF), a Southest Asian fashion event established in Malaysia in 2006, was hosted ...



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13 March 2012 The Arab World Institute (Institut du Monde Arabe) in Paris, which has just turned 25, has completely re ...



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13 March 2012 Britain's National Theatre is showing Can We Talk About This? , a verbatim dance work from the physical theatre ...



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CAIRO - The slaughter of scores of Syrian civilians, including children, has sparked a storm of outrage from Muslims worldwide, amid calls for an urgent action to stop ongoing bloodshed in the pivotal Arab country.“Those c ...



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WUHAN, China - Plans to force Badminton women players to wear skirts have been shelved by the game's world body following a fierce opposition that threatened to overshadow the Olympics. We have shelved the ban (on women we ...



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KLANG, Malaysia — Earning their title as the world's most persecuted minority, Myanmar's ethnic Rohingya Muslims are risking troublesome seas and lands to flee oppression at their homeland for a meager dream of a better life. ...



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CAIRO - Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Mursi is facing off against Ahmed Shafiq, a former premier of deposed president Hosni Mubarak, in next month's runoff to elect Egypt's new president.Mursi, the leader of the B ...



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NAJAF - Long praised as a cradle of civilization that boasts scores of historical sites, a decade of war and lack of investments have taken its toll at Iraq's heritage that was left to fears of eventual demise due to neglect ...



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CAIRO - Though the Muslim Brotherhood's well-oiled campaign machine managed in three weeks to bring its presidential candidate to the second round, its success stumbled a setback as the group's support fell by almost half com ...



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LONDON - Conservative backbencher Greg Knight has sparked a controversy in Britain by calling for banning halal slaughter, pitting religious sensitivities against the conviction of animal welfare campaigners. If it said th ...




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