Upcoming CAIR report shows rise of Islamophobia

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the United States’ largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, on Monday, April 23, will release a report showing “concrete evidence” that the Muslim Ban resulted in increased anti-Muslim discrimination and violence nationwide in the past year

Far-right groups attack three mosques in Netherlands

The extreme right-wing Rechts in Verzet group early Thursday put up banners with Islamophobic content in the entrance of two mosques in Enschede province, Cevdet Keskin from the Netherlands Diyanet Foundation, or NDF.

Boko Haram has kidnapped at least 1,000 girls since 2013: UNICEF

The United Nations children’s agency has slammed repeated attacks by the Daesh-linked Boko Haram terrorist group against children in Nigeria, announcing that at least 1,000 children have been abducted in the African country since 2013.

An Indian citizen calls on the city of Medina to rebuild Baqee al-Gharqad shrines

A Shia citizen of India demanded to rebuild the shrines of Baqee Algharqad of the infalliable Imams, peace be upon them, calling on Shias around the world to demand the reconstruction. Kawthar Ali Bek from Hyderabad called for the reconstruction of the Baqee al-Gharqad, especially the tombs of the imams of Baqee, peace be upon them, and at the same time he called on the Shias of the world to demand for the reconstruction. Bek raised a banner in three languages: Arabic, Persian and English that says "rebuild Baqee Paradise." In a statement, the Imam al-Shirazi Wold Foundation called on the Saudi authorities to rebuild al-Baqee Shrines, referring to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's statement to the New York Times that there was no Wahhabism in the kingdom.

UN official: Myanmar not ready for return of Rohingya refugees

Myanmar is not ready for the repatriation of Rohingya refugees, said the most senior United Nations official to visit the country this year, after Myanmar was accused of instigating ethnic cleansing and driving nearly 700,000 Muslims to Bangladesh. 

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