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Why isn’t the KKK designated as a terrorist organisation?

Anonymous dropped a list of more than 1,000 alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan today and there are worries that vigilantes might take justice into their own hands, as well as concerns that the unvetted information might prove to be false. But what if the list turns out to be legitimate? Association with a U.S. hate group is not illegal, and …

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TERRORISTS SHOOT PROTESTER CIVILIANS DEAD IN ALEPPO: 27 KILLED, 40 WOUNDED (VIDEO)

Militants opened fire on civilians, who were protesting against ‘local council’ of terrorists in the eastern district of Aleppo city. Despite terror of militants, residents of the eastern districts of Aleppo do not stop their protests and attempts to break into safe areas of the city, the TASS news agency reported, citing spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Major General …

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Mnar Muhawesh: Nearly 8 Million Muslim Casualties In US-Led War On Terror

The biggest misconception about the war on terror is that it started in 2003 with the US invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. But the truth is, that war was just an extension and continuation of US led military operations in those nations from the early 80s and 90s, bringing the actual death toll of Muslims to as high as 8 …

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Donald Trump team ‘discussing plans for Muslim registration system’

Donald Trump’s policy advisers are discussing plans to establish a registry for Muslim immigrants in the US, a man believed to be a key member of the President-elect’s transition team has revealed. Kris Kobach, the secretary of state for Kansas, said the President-elect’s advisers were looking at how to implement a proposal suggested by the billionaire businessman that would force immigrants from Muslim countries to register on a database. Mr Kobach, who helped devise tough …

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Jordan slams Israeli ban on call to prayer in Jerusalem

Jordan’s Ministry of Religious Endowments has slammed Israel’s proposed ban on the call to prayer in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem. The ministry described the law as “false,” Petra news agency reported. “Any decision on Jerusalem’s holy shrines by the Israeli occupation authority, including a proposed ban on the call to prayer, is false and insignificant,” said Abdullah Al-Abadi, …

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Canada’s Anti-Islamophobia Motion A Shining Example To The World

On Oct. 26 2016, the House of Commons, Canada’s Parliament, adopted unanimously a motion to condemn all forms of Islamophobia in the country. The fact that the motion received no objection from any of the federal parties shows that the Liberal, NDP, Conservative and Bloc Quebecois members have a clear understanding that Islamophobia is a severe form of bigotry and …

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Muslim teacher among dead in Brussels attack

Students and teachers mourn the loss of Loubna Lafquiri, a young mother of three, after she was killed on the metro. A popular teacher who worked at an Islamic school in Brussels was among those killed in the Brussels attacks. Teachers and students have been mourning the loss of Loubna Lafquiri, a young mother of three, after the confirmation of …

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Netanyahu asks for ‘Israeli apartheid’ tube posters to be removed

The Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, has asked the UK government to remove hundreds of flyposters on London Underground trains put up by pro-Palestinian activists which claim that his country’s policies amount to apartheid. The posters, designed to look like genuine adverts, were pasted on tube trains by London Palestine Action as part of this year’s Israeli Apartheid Week. Political leaders in …

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Donald Trump’s first TV ad touts Muslim ban

  Donald Trump is taking to the television airwaves, and his first advert prominently features his controversial call for temporarily halting the entry of all Muslim into the US and a border wall “paid for by Mexico”. The 30-second spot is narrated by a stern-sounding male voice and features grainy images of Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The advert …

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Muslim Students Break Ramadan Fast With Homeless At University Of London

Muslim students are inviting the homeless to join them in breaking their fast for Ramadan in the hope to challenge misconceptions about Islam. Students from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) are welcoming the public to their “Ramadan Tent” during Islam’s holy month. The university, in Bloomsbury, is being used as the site where iftar, …

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