A video clip of a speech by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wishing people on Eid al-Fitr and speaking about his government’s resolution to fight against Islamophobia has gone viral on social media. India Today Anti Fake News War Room (AFWA) has found the speech to be from last year’s Eid.
The Maldives has urged to refrain from singling out nations for Islamophobia in South Asia, citing that it could affect “religious harmony”.
Mosques across UK sign letter reprimanding rights commission for ‘dereliction of responsibilities’ towards British Muslims.
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Preoccupied with the current pandemic, policymakers and the media alike took little notice of this month’s decision by the Equality and Human Rights Commission not to conduct an inquiry into allegations of Islamophobia within Britain’s ruling Conservative Party.
Call for halting discrimination, racism against Muslims
On Tuesday, the U.S. Agency for International Development got a new “religious freedom adviser” who has a long history of making and promoting anti-Islam comments on social media.
21 May marked UNESCO’s World Day for Cultural Diversity and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a heavy contributor of UNESCO, released a beautifully shot and edited one-minute video that concluded with the words: “Saudi Arabia’s diversity is a rich and evolving story.”
Palestinian President has cut all security ties with Israel and the United States after Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to annex settlements.
The White House’s peace plan all but assures the denial of Palestinian statehood, and may further alienate Israel from the international community, according to a new report by the Baker Institute for Public Policy.
People might see incidents like these as minor things but they can be turned into big problems’.