A Swedish politician has been forced to step down after he said in a TV debate that Muslims were “not fully human,” the Swedish edition of The Local reported.
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About a dozen windows have been shattered at the Muslim Cultural Center in Warsaw, leaving Muslims worried about the rise of far-right threats to their safety and religious rights.
Sunday evening, a specially-invited audience heard US President, Donald Trump, named ‘Islamophobe of the Year’ at a satirical awards ceremony in West London.
A peaceful march by Pakistani Muslim immigrants in Greece to mark Prophet Muhammad’s birthday turned violent after football hooligans attacked them violently
A huge network of fake accounts on social media has been driving anti-Muslim fake news online, to manipulate the people and influence political discourse, a new study revealed.
Turkish Economy Minister announced on Thursday his government’s plans to open the first global halal accreditation agency to reinforce unified standards for 1.8 billion Muslims.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, a devout Muslim player, has dedicated his goal against Newcastle to migrants sold as slaves in Libya, drawing world’s attention to the deteriorating conditions in the African country.
A London mosque will open the first ever British Muslim Archives this week, exhibiting a unique collection of photos for the life of Muslims in early 20th century dating back to 1910.
After more than two decades, the former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic has been convicted of genocide and crimes against humanity for atrocities perpetrated during Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war.
Seeing winter as a difficult time for the homeless and rough sleepers, an army of British Muslims have launched an initiative to collect and distribute used coats to help those in need.
In a survey of 900 women from across the UK, 60 percent of Muslim women while they have had a nikah (an Islamic marriage), they had not have a civil marriage, meaning that their marriage is not recognized by the law of the UK.
A Dutch human rights council has ruled that police discriminated against a female Muslim desk officer by banning her from wearing hijab with the uniform.