The terror attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka have once again exposed the country’s vulnerability to political violence and highlight the specter of mass-casualty terror attacks in South Asia.
In the aftermath of Sunday’s carnage, which left over 350 people dead and many more injured, a group of Democratic leaders, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, took to Twitter to offer their condolences to friends and families of the Sri Lanka victims.
Worshippers attend Friday prayers in the Baitul Futuh Mosque, in south-west London © Reuters / Peter Nicholls Security will be stepped up with an increased police presence around British mosques, in response to the mass shootings at two mosques in...
This is not about Pakistan or Afghanistan. It’s about a Muslim school in Birmingham, England, in 2019. The school is still enforcing gender segregation by ordering girls not to eat their lunch until the boys have finished theirs.
There are nearly four times as many Sunni Islamic militants operating across the world today as there were when the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks occurred, according to a study released Tuesday.
Two recent rulings by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) demonstrate not only that it’s a political and hypocritical organization. They also show the severe structural defects of human rights law in general.
Sweden Democrats MP Richard Jomshof has warned that without any change in policy, native Swedes will become a minority in their own country.
Correspondents at Xinhua News Agency have recently interviewed Shohrat Zakir, chairman of the Government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, on counterterrorism and the vocational education and training program in the region.
Two dozen migrant and anti-racist groups have penned a letter demanding that German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer change his stance on migration or leave office following his comments in the wake of protests in Chemnitz.
“An interior minister for everyone should not divide the society any further but instead clearly take a stand for the core values of our country,” read an open letter titled “Not our interior minister.” It was signed by more than 20 groups, including several associations of Turkish, Polish and Serbian communities, as well as pro-migration, pro-diversity and anti-fascist groups.
The Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine has been deemed “haram” by the Indonesian Ulama Council (MUI).
The organization claims that it contains traces of pork and human cells, both banned by the Islamic faith.