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Malaysia PM: Moderation needed to tackle Islamophobia

The Prime Minister said the Government believed that the wasatiyyah (moderation) approach was the most suitable way to deal with the issues plaguing the Muslim world today

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When will ‘mainstream’ Muslims quit apologizing for criminals?

But, seriously, it would try my patience to continually have to apologize for the hateful behavior of a handful of white people or the crackpot

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Should Muslims be held to higher standards than other people in Australia?

It seems, on one hand, Muslims are unfairly put to a higher set of standards than the rest of society because of the wrong actions of the few, on the other

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Pakistan and the plight of the Umma

What an irony of fate that the country which was destined to be a true Islamic welfare state is blamed for every wrong on the planet today. Peccadilloes, misjudgments and

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US: Muslims and the 2016 Elections

Composed of people from all races, and from nearly every country on the planet, American Muslims have rapidly become a microcosm of the

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France: Muslim girl banned from school for skirt being too LONG

A 15-year-old Muslim student has been banned from attending class at a school in northeastern France after it was ruled that her black maxi skirt was ‘too religious’

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Canadian Muslims learn to deal with Islamophobia

Educating Canadian Muslims on how to peacefully counter Islamophobia, a Windsor event will discuss how the religious minority should react to hate crimes

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France: Who’s really dictating how women should dress?

The hypocrisy of the sanctimonious line towed by French conservatives is all the more glaring when one considers the emergence of several controversies highlighting the

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Muslim comedian addresses anti-Muslim prejudice with show

Mandvi’s creation, released on the Web April 9, is really a send-up of the sitcom formula that uses humor to point out serious issues related to the Muslim experience in the United States

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Radicalisation as a mental health, not religious, issue

In a recent study a correlation between extremist sympathies and being young, in full-time education, relative social isolation, and depression rather than

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