Hate crimes related to religion on the rise

Hate crimes related to religion on the rise

A plague of threats and attacks on religious people and institutions in Canada is challenging believers to stand up for one another, faith leaders said in the wake of a new Statistics Canada report on hate crimes.Continue Reading

Left’s Use of Islamophobia a Cynical Ploy to Shut Down Disagreement

“Some people did something.” That’s not how most people would describe a watershed event in which terrorists killed as many people as possible by turning planes into missiles. Yet this was how Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., referred to the 9/11 attacks at a Council on American-Islamic Relations fundraiser last month.Continue Reading

Chelsea fans barred from game after ‘bomber’ chants against Mohamed Salah

Картинки по запросу Mohamed Salah

Three Chelsea supporters were barred entry into the club’s Europa League tie here after they were identified by security staff as having engaged in a chant describing the Liverpool forward, Mohamed Salah, as a “bomber”.Continue Reading

MP urges council to adopt formal definition of Islamophobia

first Muslim Mayor has called on the borough council to formally adopt the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims’ definition of Islamophobia.
Faisal Rashid, now MP for Warrington South, became the town’s first Muslim Mayor in 2016.Continue Reading

UK Muslims call for action against rising Islamophobia

UK Muslims call for action against rising Islamophobia

Anti-Muslim hate crimes in UK have risen almost 600% since New Zealand terror attacks.

Muslims are calling for action from the British government after a nearly 600% rise in Islamophobic hate crimes in the U.K. following last month’s New Zealand terrorist attacks.Continue Reading

Majority of Muslim women in Scotland have been the victims of hate crime

Nearly two-thirds of Muslim women in Scotland have witnessed or experienced hate crimes. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Nearly two-thirds of Muslim women in Scotland have witnessed or experienced a hate incident or crime, according to a new survey – and 74 per cent of those women said they were the victim.Continue Reading