India’s Muslims Fear Rise in Intolerance and Hate Crimes as Court Acquits All Accused in a Mosque Demolition
After a 28-year long legal battle over the role of senior leaders from India’s ruling party in razing a historic mosque, the court ruled that there was no concrete evidence of the demolition being pre-planned.
Last week, a French woman was arrested for shooting a video of herself half-naked at a holy site in north India
An open letter says the Islamic call to prayer broadcasts are a human rights violation and that hearing them might trigger PTSD in soldiers who served for Canada in the Middle East.
Indonesia is home to an estimated 700,000 mosques, and some of them are teeming with radical ideologies.
The scene went viral, giving people hope that different faiths can support each other despite recent incidents of intolerance.
“Is this Eid or Ashura, the day of mourning?”
The Chief Justice said, “Let a Muslim woman come and challenge it. Then we will consider.”
Chicago Deputy Superintendent ordered “special attention at all Jewish schools, synagogues and businesses."
A classmate told his parents that one of his peers had talked about his desire to attack a mosque.
The man responsible for the shooting deaths of numerous Muslim worshippers last month was initially charged with just one murder. New Zealand police recently announced more than 50 additional charges.
"People have been looking at me longer than usual, and I wonder: 'Are they looking at me because they feel sorry for me? Or are they looking at me because they agree with what that man did?'"