Non-Muslim Canadian women wear headscarf for solidarity

A group of Canadian women, who promised to wear the Islamic headscarf for a month following World Hijab Day to show solidarity with Muslim women, say it has been a positive experience, amid growing Islamophobia and racist sentiment in North America and the rest of the world.

UN: Tackling hunger crises in different countries including Nigeria and Yemen require $4.4 billion

Sounding the alarm on behalf of more than 20 million people in different countries including Yemen, and north-east Nigeria facing devastating levels of food insecurity, Secretary-General António Guterres joined other top United Nations officials today calling for “strong and urgent” action from the international community to help the already-fragile countries avert catastrophe.

Human Rights Watch: Bahrain proposed military trials of civilians

Bahrain’s Council of Representatives on February 21, 2017, approved an amendment to Bahrain’s Constitution that would enable military courts to try civilians, in violation of international fair trial standards, Human Rights Watch said today.

Free Muslim condemns negligent Iraqi government

Free Muslim International Organization pointed a finger at the Iraqi government for its failure in safeguarding the lives of civilians against the terrorist organizations.

Arson attack on Islamic center in Sweden

An Islamic cultural center, which is also used as a mosque, has been targeted in an arson attack in Sweden's second-largest city Göteborg.

Myanmar probing police 'cover-up' of deaths of two Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar's army-controlled home ministry is investigating a cover-up by the country's border force of the deaths in custody of two Rohingya Muslims in troubled Rakhine State, according to a police report reviewed by Reuters and interviews with two senior security officials.

UN: Seven million people face starvation in conflict-ridden Yemen

The United Nations humanitarian coordinator in Yemen has warned of a deepening food crisis in the country, which is reeling from a Saudi military aggression, saying almost a quarter of the country’s 27 million population are facing starvation.

Cuba to build its first mosque

Despite being a predominantly Catholic state and having a generally chilly relationship with religion, Cuba might soon see its first mosque rise in Havana.

New York marchers say ‘I am a Muslim too’

More than 1,000 people marched for freedom of faith and expression and filled New York's Times Square on Sunday, waving American flags and holding signs saying "No Muslim Ban."

In Mosul orphanage, ISIS groomed child soldiers

Children, aged from three to 16 and mostly Shia Muslims or minority Yazidis kidnapped during ISIS invasion to Mosul, were brainwashed and began referring to their own families as apostates after they were schooled in hard-line Sunni schools by the militant fighters.

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