Islamophobia fuelled by anonymity on social media, report says

Islamophobia is being fuelled by anonymity on social media, a report for the extremism watchdog said today (file image)

Islamophobia is being fuelled by anonymity on social media and could be curbed if users had to disclose more about their identities, a report for the extremism watchdog said today. A paper published by the Commission for Countering Extremism says an “increase in Islamophobic language” online is associated strongly with posts by “users with fewer than three identifiable details” on their profile.Continue Reading

After bullet strikes Ohio home, Muslim family fears their attire, Ramadan lights motivated crime

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As the holiest month for Muslims kicked off, one family in Butler County is fearful that their religious expression may have motivated someone to shoot at their home. A bullet narrowly missed two of the family members, according to the Cincinnati chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, an organization founded in 1994 to empower American Muslims and to protect civil rights.Continue Reading

Mainstream Charities Are Unwittingly Funding Anti-Muslim Hate Groups, Report Says

The nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization says that charitable foundations, mostly mainstream, are directly and indirectly giving millions of dollars to anti-Muslim hate groups.Continue Reading