Haaretz
29 minutes
We opposed David Friedman. We stand with refugees and undocumented immigrants. We call out anti-Muslim hate and combat anti-Semitism. And we’re still firmly in the pro-Israel camp.
The Economic Times
an hour
Yogi's Gorakhpur is no case study of polarisationThree-fourths of the shops in the market leading to Gorakhnath mutt are run by Muslims, even the Gaushala of the mutt has many Muslim workers.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector General of Police Tan Seri Khalid Abu Bakar said that two Malaysians who were rescued by Philippines' security forces after being kidnapped will arrive in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow. "I can confirm that both victims will be in Manila today afternoon and will be arriving in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow," he said at the 210th Police Day celebrations at the Police Training Centre (Pulapol) today. He said that as soon as they arrive, they will be taken in to help with investigations. He however did not wish to elaborate on the incident. It is learnt that the two Malaysian sailors who were held captive for eight months by Muslim militants were rescued Thursday in the southern Philippines, military officials said. Tayudin Anjut, 45, and Abdurahim Bin Sumas, 62, were among five Malaysian tugboat crewmen kidnapped in July off Malaysia's Sabah state near the southern Philippines. The two men were abandoned without a fight by their captors. However the status of the three other men is still unknown.
BBC News 24
2 hours
and from many different and diverse nations. A city that last year elected Europe's first Muslim mayor. So no matter the religion, nationality or identity of the attacker, or those arrested earlier this morning, this cannot and must not turn into a war on any one community
The Guardian - Network Front
3 hours
In Gorakhpur, the power base of a firebrand monk, religious tension grows Pastor Ritesh Joshua had just called a tea break when he saw the men in the saffron scarves. More than a hundred, some wielding sticks, had massed outside his white stucco church on the outskirts of Gorakhpur, a temple town in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state. It was three days after Christmas. “They started shouting, ‘You are converting people. We will not allow any conversions here’,” he says. “They shoved people, turned over furniture, and told me, ‘You are the main culprit’.” Continue reading...
Voice Of America
4 hours
Army commandos had stormed the hideout, belonged to a domestic Islamist group that has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State. The group was blamed for a cafe attack last July in which 22 people were killed, most of them foreigners. On Saturday, commandos rescued all 78 people trapped inside the five-story building for more than a day in an operation that was still underway. The raid came after a string of suicide attacks on security bases this month. Three recent suicide blasts A forensic report confirmed that Friday’s attack was a suicide blast that was the third incident involving explosives in the capital, Dhaka, in a week. Islamic State and al-Qaida have made competing claims over killings of foreigners, liberals and members of religious minorities in Bangladesh, a mostly Muslim country of 160 million people. The government has consistently ruled out the presence of such groups, blaming domestic militants instead.
Daily Mail - USA
4 hours
Daily Mail - USA
4 hours
BBC News 24
5 hours
There is good evidence to show there is considerable intelligence being received from the Muslim community. The security services tell us they have forestalled any number of incidents. But you can't get every one necessarily. I think you have to think of it like the Cold War. It took a long time to win the Cold War
BBC News 24
5 hours
There were Communists in our midst. There were lots of ways this ideology worked. 20 years ago there were not Muslim men driving their cars down streets to kill people in the UK. We hope in 20 years from now there won't be again
BBC News 24
5 hours
There is religion, an infrastructure and a belief. It is just the extremist you're getting. Of course, that's what I mean. Talking about the Muslim community, in this country particularly, they were extremely cooperative
BBC News 24
5 hours
Are you going to get rid of mobile phones? No, you figure out a solution. In this way, better policing, better security work is the only way to go. Otherwise we give up our society. I would question whether society is cohesive enough to contain threats in their midst. You have to talk in terms of prevention, telling the Muslim.
Daily Mail - USA
6 hours
Khalid Masood, who carried out the terror attack in London on Wednesday, was a 'bad muslim' who went on four-day crack sessions and hired hookers, friends of the terrorist have revealed.
BBC News 24
6 hours
TRANSLATION: The famous Muslim ban, as Donald Trump's adversaries are calling it. It's not in our programme right now, but if it turns out there's a particularly high threat coming from a country that is identified with or infiltrated by radical Islam, yes, we could temporarily ban those people from our territory
The Guardian - World news
7 hours
In Gorakhpur, the power base of a firebrand monk, religious tension grows Pastor Ritesh Joshua had just called a tea break when he saw the men in the saffron scarves. More than a hundred, some wielding sticks, had massed outside his white stucco church on the outskirts of Gorakhpur, a temple town in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state. It was three days after Christmas. “They started shouting, ‘You are converting people. We will not allow any conversions here’,” he says. “They shoved people, turned over furniture, and told me, ‘You are the main culprit’.” Continue reading...
ITV
9 hours
loving. In Birmingham, members of the Muslim community spoke. For too long now terrorists have been trying to define us, represent us, but what we want to say is that they do not represent us, they do not define us. What drove Masood and who he may have been associated with remains key to the enquiry. have been associated with remains.
STV
9 hours
PressTV News
9 hours
Haaretz
10 hours
We opposed David Friedman. We stand with refugees and undocumented immigrants. We call out anti-Muslim hate and combat anti-Semitism. And we’re still firmly in the pro-Israel camp.
Voice Of America
11 hours
Cameroon judicial police said they interpreted discussions allegedly conducted between Boko Haram members and Abba speaking in the Hausa language. One of the messages was about a planned airplane attack, and another, which Abba claimed was from a friend, invited him to pray and fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Defense witness Yves Rocle, head of the Africa news section of RFI, testified that Abba had been an objective reporter since joining the organizattion. Defense counsel Charles Tchoungang said the cross-examination sounded intimidating, but he was happy the trial had at last begun. He said nobody knew the whereabouts of Abba three months after he was arbitrarily arrested. Documents required The case was adjourned until April 6 to enable RFI to provide written documents that Abba is its correspondent in Cameroon. The court said verbal testimony from Rocle was not enough.
Global News
12 hours
The controversial U.S. and U.K. ban on certain electronic devices in carry-on luggage on direct flights from several Muslim-majority countries came into effect Saturday.
Global News
12 hours
The controversial U.S. and U.K. ban on certain electronic devices in carry-on luggage on direct flights from several Muslim-majority countries came into effect Saturday.
BBC One West Midlands
13 hours
of that brave policeman. It was another show of unity from the Muslim community in Birmingham
STV
13 hours
as thousands at a pro-Europe rally paused to remember. Most merciful, we want our nations remain tolerant and loving. In Birmingham, members of the Muslim community decried the actions of Khalid Masood. For too.