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Recently, books published in the Western publishing market have shown great interest in religious matters, whether for Islam, Christianity or Judaism.
In the immediate wake of the September 11th attacks, Manāl ʿIzzat, a Muslim American engineer at the Pentagon, the headquarters for the American Department of Defense, felt great pain and sadness due to the reactions of her colleagues at the Pentagon.  As she walked the halls, she used to hear her...
In the wake of increased incidents related to Islamophobia, the current British government, under the control of the conservative party, is trying to figure out a way to define Islamophobia, after rejecting the APPG's proposed definition, in order to meet the practical and legal challenges facing...
On Saturday, September 28th, the Turkish-Muslim association known as (ICMG - Islamische Gemeinschaft Millî Görüş) led a number of events across 25 cities in Germany and the Netherlands to draw attention to what they alleged amounts to discrimination against Muslim women in their daily lives.
The Islamophobia Monitoring Observatory at Egypt's Dār al-Iftāʾ praised the British government's rejection of all anti-Islam manifestations, after dismissing the Advisor of the Ministry of Housing when he made statements expressing hostility and hatred towards Islam.
The Muslim community in Germany called on the government on Wednesday to appoint an official commissioner to tackle the growing phenomenon of Islamophobia in the country amid increased threats to bomb mosques in a wave of hostility against Muslims there.
The BBC has exposed horrific violations against Chinese Uyghur Muslims, this time concerning children.
According to an eyewitness, a car bombing took place on Monday near a church in Sri Lanka as the bomb disposal squad was trying to deactivate a bomb.   
The group had asked for the meeting with Dr. Mahmoud Khayyal since he is a former professor at the Islamic Azhar University but had left the university as a secularist. The group wanted to understand the factors that had played a role in changing his beliefs. The discussion started with everybody...
The death of Muḥammad  Mursī, Egypt’s first elected president since the 2011 revolution, on June 17 sparked a wave of controversy and conflicting truths between human rights organizations and Egyptian media. Mursī died in court in Cairo where he was on trial facing charges of espionage.


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