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Huda TV Channel, a global broadcasting satellite service with its headquarters in Riyadh has launched a channel in the German language to present the correct image of Islam in the West.
Pope Francis said on Sunday he won't identify Islam with violence, blaming ills of global economy, social injustice, and idolatry of money for inspiring terrorism.
A Muslim outreach community in Birmingham kicked off a voluntary event on Sunday, July 31, to clear their city streets, showing a positive image of Muslims in the UK.
Religious leaders of the Muslim community in Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray have refused to bury Adel Kermiche, one of the two teenage attackers who killed an elderly priest in a church, saying they do not want to “taint” Islam by having any connection to him.
In solidarity with Christian communities, a leading Muslim group in France has called on French Muslims to attend a church mass this Sunday to honor the priest slain by militants this week and stress unity between both religious communities.
Opening their doors to shelter people fleeing war in the Middle East, many mosques across Germany are struggling to cope with refugees, offer them religious and psychological support to overcome trauma.
Fears of an anti-Muslim backlash in France are increasing following an arson attack on a Toulouse mosque, apparently in retaliation over the brutal murder of a priest earlier this week.
The left-wing government is poised to back a plan to give Athens' growing Muslim population the first mosque, after decades of objections that were often colored by the country’s fraught relationship with neighboring Turkey.
Rejecting any violence committed in the name of their faith, a leading French Muslim organization has detested the heinous attack on Catholic church of Saint Etienne du Rouvray as "abject barbarism".
Leaders of the Irish Muslim community have urged the government to become more engaged in their fight against radicalization, rising concerns over recent deportation pledges by the Irish Minister for Justice and Equality.