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Islam Times - Since the very beginning, the ISIS terrorist group has been suffering from various weaknesses and flaws which it was meant to be hidden. However, following the continuous ...
Islam Times - It is fashionable in the West to talk about the « compatibility of Islam and democracy » or « Islam and secularism ». These issues suggest that by nature Islam is clerical, and therefore not a religion, but a political current. Consequently, the most « radical » Muslims are terrorists ...
Islam Times - British police have conducted an investigation into hate mail and suspicious packages sent to mosques in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Islam Times - The ruling body of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has permitted an anti-Muslim candidate with close links to the far right to stand for its leadership.
Islam Times - Extremist Buddhists in Myanmar have prevented several Rohingya Muslims from embarking on the once in a lifetime journey of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Islam Times - Islamic centers across the United States are on high alert following the bombing of a Mosque in Minnesota amid worrying Islamophobia in the country.
Islam Times - An explosive device has detonated at a mosque in the US state of Minnesota while worshipers were preparing for morning prayers, officials say.
Islam Times - A man in Canada has been charged with hate crime over posting anti-Muslim videos online.
Islam Times - An investigation has been launched into the mailing of a Qur'an, which was submerged in a tub of what appeared to be pork lard, to a Northern California Islamic center.
Islam Times - Over 80,000 Muslim children under the age of five living in western Myanmar are “wasting” and will need treatment for acute malnutrition over the next year, the World Food Programme has warned.
Islam Times - UN warned that living conditions of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh is "quite worrying" and is "perhaps worse" than “very dire state” in their homeland Myanma, where they were forced to leave.
Islam Times - Muslim women in Australia are bearing the brunt of Islamophobia as they are often targeted in public with their children, new research suggests.
Islam Times - A gang of extremists Buddhists in Myanmar's western Rakhine State have killed a member of the Muslim Rohingya ethnic minority and injured six others who were on a police-guarded trip Tuesday.
Islam Times - American Muslim leaders say that President Donald Trump's travel ban would eventually be proven unlawful.
Islam Times - Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has called for the shutting down of Islamic kindergartens in the country.
Islam Times - Muslims in the greater Los Angeles area are set to serve the homeless on skid row for the 18th annual Humanitarian Day as this year’s holy month of Ramadan nears its end.
Islam Times - The Muslim World is moving towards a Saudi-Iran as signified by recent developments in the spat between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, especially as Qatar is seen to be ‘flirting’ with Iran.
Islam Times - US President Donald Trump’s travel ban on several Muslim majority countries will ultimately be upheld at the US Supreme Court, says the White House press secretary.
Islam Times - Anti-Muslims marches have been planned in more than two dozen cities across the United States, prompting opponents to launch nationwide counter-protest rallies against Islamophobia.
Islam Times - A large group of UK Muslim community leaders have condemned “in strongest terms” the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester, saying British Muslims remain united against “the cold-blooded murder of innocent people.”
Islam Times - An independent journalist said that terrorist attacks have become “a new norm” for European countries because of “what they do” as part of their foreign policies.