Racism and anti-Muslim hatred grow across the ‘White continent’ as the rise of the political far-right adds to the problem. It’s time for some soul-searching.
Supreme Court orders police chiefs of two states and capital New Delhi to take action against hate speeches, "irrespective of the religion that the maker of the speech or the person who commit such act belongs to."
Normalisation of anti-Muslim sentiment is "as pressing a problem" as in previous years, says European Islamophobia Report, with the UK and France as “the main spots of anti-Muslim hatred."
Users from the three countries generated 86 percent of malicious content between 2017-19; online hateful content led to physical attacks on Muslims and mosques.
"In India, the world's largest democracy and home to a great diversity of faiths, we've seen rising attacks on people in places of worship," says top US diplomat Blinken.
A recent report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate has found that social media companies are endangering Muslim communities by normalising abusive behavior online.
A 24-year old man has been arrested for a possible hate crime after attacking worshippers with bear spray while carrying an axe in a Mississauga mosque.
UN-adopted resolution was introduced by Pakistan and marks the day when an Australian gunman killed 51 Muslim worshippers and wounded 40 others in 2019 New Zealand terror attacks.
Victim Rana Haidar was attacked without provocation by a man in a Sydney cafe. The attacker was then apprehended by others nearby and arrested by police.
Top Democrat politicians are due to attend a conference organised by Muslim-American groups, but far-right activists are also planning to turn up.
Despite the demise of the far-right’s role in government, cases of Islamaphobia continue across the country although an open society enshrined in law by the late King Franz Josef I as far back as 1912.
The Australian man accused of murdering 51 people attending Friday prayers at two mosques pleads not guilty to all 92 charges against him.
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