Ottoman-era Turbah unearthed in Slovakia

According to a report in The Slovak Spectator, archaeologist Viktória Tittonová led an investigation of an area of a castle located near what is now the Slovakia-Hungary border. 

China extends crackdown on Muslims

China’s crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang province has spread to Ningxia, signaling a hardening in Beijing’s management of ethnic and religious groups.

British Muslims demand legal protection from Islamophobia

British Muslim organizations are urging Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and all other party leaders to adopt a newly proposed working definition of Islamophobia in an attempt to put pressure on a reluctant Home Office to follow suit.

Seehofer tells Islam conference Muslims are a part of Germany

Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday in Berlin that "Muslims belong to Germany," speaking as he presided over the fourth German Islam Conference (DIK). The comments drew particular attention given Seehofer's past statement that Islam was not part of Germany.

Boko Haram hacks farmers to death in NE Nigeria

Boko Haram terrorists have killed four farmers near the northeast Nigerian city of Maiduguri, in the latest bloodshed in the restive region, witnesses and a local militia leader said on Monday.

British MPs call for definition of Islamophobia as 'type of racism'

Harmful myths and lies about Muslims are now believed by a large section of the UK's population, contributing to discrimination across employment, housing, the criminal justice system and other areas of public life, a new report by MPs has found.

Al-Shabab kills 15 in new attack in Somalia

The al-Shabab terrorist group has launched a two-pronged attack on a religious institution in central Somalia, killing a cleric and 14 other people.

‘Hate preacher’ Dr Zakir Naik broadcasts to Britain

The “personal television station” of a so-called Islamic preacher who was banned from entering Britain is being broadcast to millions of homes despite concerns about extremist content, an investigation has found.

Comoros ex-president remains arrested by authorities

Former Comoros president Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi  remains under arrest , while political opposition figures and lawyers expressed serious fears of assassinating him inside the prison.

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