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Canada: Imams condemn ISIS

The Canadian Council of Imams declares that: ISIS has manifested some of the worst and barbaric human behaviour by mercilessly and brutally killing innocent people, looting, robbing, kidnapping and

The Presbyterian Church last Friday became the most prominent religious group in the United States to endorse divestment as a protest against Israeli policies toward Palestinians

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The ad, which feature a picture of Hitler with a Muslim, reads, “Islamic Jew-hatred; It’s in the Quran. Two thirds of all US aid goes to Islamic countries. Stop racism. End all aid to Islamic countries.”

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According to the NorthJersey.com article, the “places of interest” — among hundreds of Muslim and Arab-owned establishments that police catalogued in New York and New Jersey — were revealed in police documents…

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Twelve people have been killed and others injured in a shooting at the US Navy Yard in Washington, the city’s mayor and police chief have said.

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Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, has been reportedly apprehended hours after police converged on a house in Watertown, Massachusetts.

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A chaplaincy awareness forum was hosted at the Islamic Institute of Toronto in Scarborough to provide religious and spiritual help for inmates in Canadian prisons.

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McDonald’s in the US and one of its franchise owners have agreed to pay $700,000 to members of the Muslim community in Detroit to settle allegations a restaurant falsely advertised its food as being Halal.

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Obama sworn in

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U.S. President Barack Obama has taken the public oath of office to start his second term as the American leader. As many as 800,000 people gathered Monday on the National Mall in Washington, waving American flags and cheering after Obama took the two-century-old oath from Chief Justice John Roberts. Obama promised to “preserve, protect and [...]

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On the evening of December 27, an Indian immigrant to America named Sunando Sen was pushed by a stranger onto the subway tracks in New York City and struck and killed by an oncoming train. Sen had called New York home for years, and after years of hard work and struggle had recently managed to achieve his lifelong goal of opening a small business of his own, a copy shop in Upper Manhattan.

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