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While the fallout continues from the alleged Islamophobia at the heart of the British government, a significant study led by the University of Birmingham – in conjunction with data analytics firm YouGov – has revealed that middle-class and upper class occupational groups are more likely to hold “prejudiced views of Islam”.
One of the leading public research institutions in the Netherlands that regularly ranks within the world’s top 150 universities, has returned hundreds of thousands of euros in Chinese funding.
In a grilling 41-page report based on 2000 testimonies taken over the past year, new proofs of torture, kidnapping, as well as the extrajudicial killing of activists, journalists, and other innocent civilians – with the particular targeting of Muslims in the region – point to the culpability of Indian security forces.
In December 2021, the controversial French Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin boldly announced that the Conseil Français du Culte Musulman (French Council of the Muslim Faith) is now a “dead” entity.
Saturday’s demonstration at the Westfield London showroom of electric car manufacturer Tesla reiterates the deeply negative energy felt by many towards multibillionaire Elon Musk’s indifference to the Uyghur genocide.
Lee Harpin, the political editor at the Jewish News, appears to be in the habit of making unfounded allegations against prominent and successful Muslim organisations.
A group of Muslim girls were forced to sit outside their class for weeks after being barred from attending their lessons in Bengaluru, India. The penalty has been issued simply because the girls wear the hijab.
Could it be that the communities acts of solidarity with the Uyghurs are in fact putting pressure on the Chinese government?
Nursultan Nazarbayev, the former long-time leader of Turkic-Muslim majority Kazakhstan, has quietly vanished from public view amidst weeks of political unrest that culminated in the tragic deaths of 225 people and imprisonment of more than 3,000.
A Syrian colonel who once led dictator Bashar al-Assad’s General Intelligence Directorate (GID) has been sentenced to life imprisonment following a landmark criminal trial conducted in the southwestern German city of Koblenz.