Hanau attack suspect Tobias Rathjen “hated ethnic minorities”

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The suspected gunman who killed nine people in the German town of Hanau has been named by local media as Tobias Rathjen, a far-right extremist...

Slovenia finally opens its first mosque despite right-wing opposition

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Slovenia's first mosque has opened in the capital Ljubljana 50 years after the initial request to build it was made. Opponents of the project have...

IKEA defends Muslim employee who was abused by customer

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The Swedish furniture and decoration company IKEA has defended a Muslim employee after she was abused online by a customer. The customer in Aubonne, Switzerland,...

Khabib Nurmagomedov: “The Almighty won’t approve of my violence”

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UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has suggested that “the Almighty” would not look approvingly on his violence in the octagon. The undefeated Dagestani fighter, 31,...

Two elderly Muslims seriously injured in France mosque shooting

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Two elderly Muslims have been seriously injured after a shooting in front of a mosque in the town of Bayonne in south west France. Authorities...

Man rams car into French mosque

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Worshippers at a mosque in eastern France have said carnage was narrowly averted after a man deliberately drove his car into the masjid shortly...

Sister of Saudi Crown Prince convicted over plumber beating and kidnapping

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The sister of Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has received a 10-month suspended sentence over the beating and kidnapping...

65-year-old Muslim man overpowers Norway mosque shooter

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An elderly Muslim man is being hailed as a hero after he overpowered a gunman who was shooting inside a mosque in Norway. Retired Pakistani...

Dutch “burqa ban” backfires as police and transport companies unwilling to enforce it

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The Netherlands’ “burqa ban” has backfired on its first day of implementation after Dutch transport companies and the police voiced unwillingness to enforce it. Under...

Netherlands court says Dutch soldiers only 10% responsible for Srebrenica deaths

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The Dutch supreme court has upheld a ruling that the state was partially responsible for 350 deaths in Bosnia's Srebrenica massacre. The court said the...
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