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400 Muslim Imams Issue Letter on Tackling Islamophobia

This racism and xenophobia that has been allowed to fester for far too long – has deadly consequences – presenting one of the most significant challenges to civilised society in contemporary times We must never allow these terrorists to undermine the respect and love we have for one another, as brothers and sisters in humanity. …

Volunteers Fly in to Wash Bodies of Christchurch Muslim Victims

CHRISTCHURCH – Devastated by the huge number of deaths, Kamran Nasir and other volunteers have flown in from Brisbane in Australia to offer help in washing the bodies of those massacred in two mosques in New Zealand. “We got this text – they need volunteers,” Nasir, 35, who was in a finance lecture in Australia, …

UK Faiths Unite in Solidarity with NZ Muslims

LONDON – British Muslims, Christians, Jews, those of other faiths and those without faith gathered at Regents Park Mosque in London for #ActingInSolidarity, a program put together by the Naz Legacy Foundation in response to the terrorist atrocity in Christchurch. “Those who attack Muslims in this country or elsewhere attack every human being. For Muslims …

North American Khalil Center Leads Healing Process After New Zealand Attacks

North American Khalil Center Leads Healing Process After New Zealand Attacks

A psychological and spiritual community wellness center, Khalil Center is prepared to aid Muslims and their communities in processing the trauma of the New Zealand terrorist attacks. Across the globe, Muslims are feeling the impact and mourning the tragic killing of 49 Muslims in the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Young Muslims will especially have emotions …

Where Do We Go After Christchurch?

Hours after the atrocious terrorist attacks in Christchurch resulting in the murder of 49 human beings, three men drove past a mosque in east London shouting Islamaphobic remarks, calling those attending Friday prayers ‘terrorists.’ Some of the worshippers went after the car when it stopped, three men stepped out and they attacked one of the …

Talking to Muslim Children about New Zealand

NEW YORK – Muslims around the world mourn the tragic killing of their fellow worshippers in the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. On 3/15, White supremacist Brenton Tarrant allegedly launched terrorist attacks on the Al Noor Mosque (killing 41) and Lindwood Mosque, where another seven people died. One person died in the hospital, totaling …

'Demonised Constantly': New Zealand Muslims Blame Politicians, Media for Mosques Massacre

CHRISTCHURCH – Prominent Muslims in Australia have expressed sorrow and outrage in the wake of Friday’s New Zealand mosque attacks, which killed at least 49 Muslim worshippers while attending Friday Juma`h prayer, SBS reported. Grand Mufti of Australia and New Zealand Ibrahim Abu Mohamed partly blamed the killings on the “hate that some media reflect …

How to Cope with the New Zealand Mosque Shooting Tragedy

How to Cope with the New Zealand Mosque Shooting Tragedy

The whole world was shocked yesterday by the terrible news of a terror attack that targeted New Zealand mosques. People have been struggling to find the language for what had happened to the city of Christchurch, which witnessed the worst mass killing in the nation’s history, leaving 49 people dead and 39 injured. Licensed therapists Najwa Awad, LSCW-C and …

Canada Mourns Christchurch Mass Shooting Victims

TORONTO – Hundreds of people came out on Friday night in cold drizzling rain outside Toronto City Hall holding signs that read “United Against Islamophobia,” “We Care New Zealand,” and “Humanity Against Terrorism.” “To think that a mosque, a place of peace, tranquility, reflection, and meditation becomes a place where people are targeted simply because …

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Islam Awareness Week to Explore Deeper Meaning of Halal

WAIKATO – The Waikato Muslim Association in New Zealand plans to organize an Islam Awareness Week to shed light on the deeper meaning of the halal concept in Islamic Shari’ah. “The purpose of our Islam Awareness Week is to get people’s perception of Islam correct,” Waikato Muslim Association president, Asad Mohsin, told Stuff.co.NZ on August 31. The awareness week which …



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