18.12.19 – 25.12.19
Zainab said a group of four young men jumped into their photo before one of them made the racist remark
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has called the leaders of Muslim countries to task over negative views of Islam, asking them to come up with a concerted plan to address Islamophobia.
“The doors of our centre are always open to our neighbours, from all or no faith”
After occupying Warwick University’s Student Union (SU) building for a month after a former Israeli soldier was invited to speak on their campus, student activists at the British university have ended their protest after their demands for action to tackle institutional racism were met.
Bernie Sanders is the first Jewish American to have a real chance of becoming president of the United States. He is also the first mainstream candidate to challenge America’s unconditional support for Israel.
Taking down Macron’s government is far more likely to be achieved if protesters join forces with migrants, people of colour and Muslims
A non-Muslim man was confronted and abused, called a ‘Muslim c*nt’ by a fellow passenger who wrongly accused him of staring at him and a woman on a crowded Northern Line train.
In recent years, responsibility-shifting has replaced responsibility-sharing when it comes to refugees and migrants. Luckily, there is a global plan to address this.
The Turkish president has described a new humanitarian crisis as thousands of Syrians flee renewed bombing in Idlib. But he warned that Turkey “will not carry such a migrant burden on its own.”
No arrests had been announced as of Saturday evening.
A mosque in the German city of Duisburg received hate mail over the weekend, mosque officials said Monday, adding that they would inform the authorities as soon as possible.
According to the latest statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cincinnati has had the highest number of hate crimes per capita of any city in the state of Ohio.
Jaylani Hussein, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Minnesota, said 13 major incidents have been reported in the past six months on top of another 75 to 80 case intakes to his office.