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Indian Muslims worried about PM’s Hindu nationalism

Muslims account for more than 13 percent of India’s population and face no legal discrimination under the country’s secular constitution. But while many Indian Muslims have

Indian police fired tear gas to break up clashes between Hindu and Muslim mobs in Narendra Modi’s heartland of Gujarat on the eve of his swearing in as prime minister, officials said Monday

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Frustration over the fate of Flight 370 mounted Tuesday, with gale-force winds delaying the search in the rough and remote seas off western Australia, and angry relatives shouting “Liars!” in the streets of Beijing…

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The vilification of Muslims is not simply base intolerance; it also serves a convenient purpose for Sri Lanka’s largely Sinhalese powerbrokers. Five years after the end of the civil war with…

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Source: www.themalaymailonline.com By: www.themalaymailonline.com KUALA LUMPUR, March 10 — A lawyers group today urged Malaysia Airlines (MAS) to introduce Muslim prayers before flights and for flight hostesses to be dressed according to Islamic standards. With the flag carrier still grappling with the crisis of its missing flight MH370, the Malaysian Muslim Lawyers Association also sought [...]

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Tucked away in the northern-most recesses of the insurgency-hit region of Kashmir, a community is fighting a little-known battle to keep Islamist militants at bay. And the charge is led by none other than a band of housewives…

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Sectarian bloodshed has forced women and children to flee to forests in western Myanmar after Buddhists have killed at least five Muslims…

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The death toll from a powerful earthquake in Pakistan rose to at least 208 on Wednesday, September 25 after hundreds of mud houses collapsed on people in a remote area near the Iranian border…

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A protest erupted Saturday after Indian police said they killed two alleged militants and two civilians in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir…

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At least 12 people have been arrested after a renewed bout of religious violence in Myanmar’s northern Sagaing region in which dozens of homes were set ablaze…

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