Australian professor and son released from secret jail in Qatar

An Australian professor and his son have been freed from a Qatari jail where they were held without charge for five months and allegedly tortured. Professor...

President Biden scraps the Muslim travel ban

In one of his first moves in office President Joe Biden has reversed the "Muslim travel ban" - the immigration restrictions put in place...

French Muslim leaders sign charter pledging to combat political Islam

State-approved French Muslim leaders have signed a charter denouncing accusations of racism against France, and pledging to recognise "equality between men and women" and to combat "political...

American Muslims warned to prepare for attacks on Inauguration Day

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has warned American Muslims to avoid state capitol buildings and surrounding areas ahead of Presidential Inauguration Day. CAIR also...

Muslim organisations make complaint to UN over France’s treatment of Muslims

Thirty six NGOs from 13 countries have submitted a formal complaint to the United Nations Human Rights Council demanding immediate legal action against France over...

French court acquits Idriss Sihamedi of cyber harassment

The founder of France's biggest Muslim charity has been cleared of cyber harassment by a court in Paris. Idriss Sihamedi, the founder of BarakaCity which...

Muslim prayer app Salaat First ‘sold data to company linked to U.S authorities’

The Muslim prayer app Salaat First (Prayer Times) has been selling user data to a company affiliated with U.S. law enforcement, according to an investigation...

Turkish cult leader Adnan Oktar sentenced to over 1,000 years in prison

An Istanbul court has sentenced the controversial cult leader Adnan Oktar, who's famous around the Muslim world under his pen name Harun Yahya, to 1,075...

Israel is an Apartheid State, says Israeli human rights group

The Israeli human rights group B'Tselem has said that Israel is an Apartheid State which to seeks to cement the supremacy of one group...

Sri Lankan government insists it will continue forced COVID cremations

The Sri Lankan government has insisted it will continue to cremate all coronavirus victims, effectively rejecting recommendations from its own medical experts to allow...
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