Islamic Calligraphy Centre opens in Mauritania

The first Islamic calligraphy centre in Mauritania was opened by a group of the country’s artists and calligraphers. According to aqlame.com, the center called “Ibn Muqla Center for Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Illumination” aims to revive the noble art of calligraphy in the African country. It will hold exhibitions, educational courses and workshops and cooperate with educational institutes to teach 

6,700 Rohingya killed in Myanmar only in one month

MSF  The international medical charity Doctors Without Borders says at least 6,700 members of the persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority group were killed in state-sponsored violence in Myanmar only in a period of one month beginning on August 25.

Denmark bans another Saudi ‘hate preacher’

Saudi cleric Abdullah bin Radi Almoaede Alshammary was added to the Danish list, which already included 10 other “hate preachers,” Danish paper Jyllands-Posten reported Tuesday.

Myanmar demolishes 16 mosques in Rakhine

Myanmar authorities have recently bulldozed 16 mosques out of 17 mosques in villages of Haindafara, Maungdaw township in the northern Rakhine state of the country. 

Two dead in suicide bombing in Cameroon mosque

Two people were killed on Monday when a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in far northern Cameroon, a region that has been shaken by attacks blamed on Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorists, sources said. 

Miscreants burn Quran in Himachal, India

Unidentified miscreants burnt religious literature, including copies of the Quran, at a mosque in Himachal’s Melayo village in Sirmour district, northern India, recently.

SRW publishes its monthly report

Shia Rights Watch International Organization published its latest monthly report of the anti-Shia movements in November 2017.

More than 13 million Syrians in need of aid: UN

The United Nations says more than 13 million Syrians are in need of aid despite a relative drop in fighting between the government troops and foreign-backed militant outfits in the war-torn Arab country in recent months.

Hate crimes rose by nearly 5 percent in 2016: FBI

Incidents of hate crimes in the US went up to 6,121 during 2016, seeing an increase of 4.6 percent compared to the previous year, according to data released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Monday.

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