British counterterrorism police are investigating far-right groups accused of using the coronavirus crisis to fuel anti-Muslim sentiment.
Islamophobia should not be minimised or seen as a lesser form of hate or discrimination.
The incident came just after German police announced they don’t believe the perpetrator of the terrorist attacks in Hanau was a far-right extremist.
Anti-racism activists have recorded cases where people have made incorrect and misleading claims.
Greek and Norwegian researchers have conducted a study on the health conditions in six refugee camps in Greece.
Wearing religious head coverings is a First Amendment right, the woman’s attorney said. “We don’t lose those rights because we have interactions with law enforcement.”
Monitoring service says it has had reports of fake news online as well as physical attacks.
A barrage of Saudi airstrikes hit Houthi-held territories in Yemen March 29 and 30 as the war has entered its sixth year. Saudi warplanes bombed various locations in Sanaa, including the military academy. Reports have put the Sanaa strikes on March 30 alone at 25. Other air raids pounded multiple locations in Hodeidah as well as Amran and Saada governorates.
Five years of war have devastated Yemen’s healthcare system. A COVID-19 outbreak would be a catastrophe.
The first quarter of 2020 ended with a total of 407 Israeli Gaza ceasefire violations, to which the Palestinian Resistance responded with 59 of their own. From January to March, six Palestinians died in Gaza as a result of Israeli aggression and there were 66 Israeli air strikes on the enclave.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement on the occasion of the Land Day of Palestine, saying that the day is an important “milestone” in the process of Palestinians’ fight and resistance against the Zionist regime of Israel.