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Tag Archives: mosques

Salim Khan: Indian Muslims need schools, not mosques

BOLLYWOOD legendary scriptwriter and film producer  said that a school should be built on the proposed 5-acre land in Ayodhya, instead of a mosque. Reacting to the Indian Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ayodhya dispute on Saturday, Khan, 83, said Muslims in India desperately need schools, not a mosque, according ...

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Five Birmingham mosques vandalised

BIRMINGHAM:  Five mosques in British city of Birmingham had their windows smashed with a sledgehammer overnight, prompting an anti-terror investigation and calls for more police protection ahead of Friday prayers. In one attack at the Witton Road Islamic Centre in Witton, seven windows and two doors were smashed up. The ...

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Austria Shuts Down Seven Mosques

AFP VIENNA: Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has promised a crackdown on radical Islam, and on Friday, he announced that his government would shut down seven mosques and could expel dozens of foreign-funded imams from the country. At least one of the mosques the government will close is said to be ...

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Germany registered 950 attacks on Muslims in 2017

© Wolfgang Rattay / Reuters BERLIN: German authorities registered at least 950 attacks on Muslims and Muslim institutions such as mosques in 2017, the Neue Osnabrueckner Zeitung reported in Saturday editions, citing data provided to lawmakers by the Interior Ministry. The ministry said 33 people were injured in the attacks, ...

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At Least 50 Dead After Two Attacks On Mosques In Afghanistan

KABUL: Afghan officials say suicide bombers have killed at least 50 people in two attacks on mosques in Afghanistan, as sectarian- and terror-related violence continues to surge in the war-torn country. The death toll could rise sharply in the October 20 attacks on a Shi’ite mosque in the capital, Kabul, ...

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US may have committed war crimes in Afghanistan

THE HAGUE – US forces may have committed war crimes in Afghanistan from 2003-2004 by torturing prisoners in what appeared to be a deliberate policy, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has said. Unveiling the results of a lengthy initial probe into atrocities in Afghanistan, prosecutor Fatou Bensouda ...

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