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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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25 February 2012 On Wednesday, 29 February, a coalition of major American Muslim and academic organizations will hold a news confer ...



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CAIRO - Following a week of harsh criticism, New York's mayor has offered a robust defense of the New York Police Department's secret monitoring of mos ...



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SANAA - Capping year-long protests that paralyzed the impoverished Arabian Peninsular country, longtime Yemeni vice president Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi took ...



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DUBAI - Sean Stone, the son of Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone, hopes his conversion to Islam earlier this week would help better understanding abo ...



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BISHKEK - Facing unjustified hijab ban in her home country, 14-year-old Kyrgyz girl Rahat had to quit her school, ending any prospects of a promising f ...



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CAIRO - Struggling to practice their faith inside public schools, a growing number of American Muslim students are complaining that the demands of thei ...



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17 February 2012 In her first public address for 2012, the Queen Thursday delivered an impassioned defence of religion in an increa ...



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09 February 2012 The two main Muslim organizations in Switzerland are seeking to develop a comprehensive umbrella organization for ...



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09 February 2012 Being exhibited in the Whitworth Art gallery's award-winning Mezzanine Court are three new sculptures and a serie ...



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CAIRO - Strongly condemning the Syrian bloodshed, more than 100 Muslim scholars from around the world have issued a fatwa urging defections to the Free ...



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SINGAPORE - FIFA vice-president has warned that Muslim women would be driven away from soccer fields if the football's governing body decided to ban th ...



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CAIRO - Extending bridges between different cultures, Islamic art from around the world has been exhibited in Brigham Young University's Museum of Art, ...



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CAIRO - Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed El-Tayeb gave a nod to an initiative launched by Salafi preacher Mohamed Hassan to forgo US military aid and rep ...



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PARIS - French Muslim groups have urged the government to take a stronger position against rising anti-Islam sentiments, calling for a modified legisla ...



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CAIRO - Trying to counter growing hostile sentiments in the Republican presidential campaigns, a leading Islamic American group has launched a public a ...



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TORONTO - Experts have agreed that honor killings, which dominated headlines after the grisly family murder in Canada, are driven by cultural and tribal reasons and are not sanctioned by Islamic teachings. There is nothing ...



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CAIRO - The FBI is reaching out to the Muslim minority to help combat radicalization and extremism, despite recent controversies about surveillance on American Muslims. The FBI understands the importance of having strong r ...



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WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama apologized Thursday, February 23, for the burning of copies of the Noble Qur'an at a US military base in Afghanistan, as protests continued unabated against the desecration of the Muslim ...



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ABUJA - The demolition of a school mosque in Nigeria's Christian-majority south is inviting a storm of condemnations from Muslim leaders, amid warnings that the destruction deepens Muslim-Christian divide in Western African c ...



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WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama's faith has become a political issue again after a senior Christian evangelist said he could not know what the American leader actually believed. I have no idea what he really believe ...




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