There are concerns around the rising levels of Islamophobia faced by people across the North East everyday.
Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden said Monday that he wants schools in the U.S. to teach more about Islam and claimed that there is an “unconscionable rise in Islamophobia” under the Trump administration.
A report, produced by Newcastle University, Northumbria University and TellMAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks), shows that nearly 70% of Muslims experience anti-Muslim racism regularly.
Hindu nationalism has helped spread a distinct brand of anti-Islam around the world, and famously multicultural Canada may have a problem on its hands.
Western countries plagued by Islamophobia cannot balk at Turkey making Hagia Sofia a mosque again, says Malaysian politician.
Those who throw around this term are enforcing a new blasphemy law.
“These countries remained silent while Israel was planning to demolish the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Now they are protesting Hagia Sophia functioning as a mosque,” said Abdul Hadi Awang.
Palestinian security officers, scorned for working with Israel, say they are on the front lines of building a state. But what if the state-building project fizzles?
When the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) truly became a worldwide concern in March this year, Israel was involved in a political battle to oppress Palestinian rights.
The House on Wednesday voted to repeal the Trump administration’s travel ban and further restrict the president’s power to limit entry to the U.S., a symbolic victory for Muslim American and civil rights groups.