Italy is under scrutiny for allegedly forcing migrants and asylum seekers to return from international waters to lawless territory. A European source recognizes to Salam Plan that such actions are illegal but the European Commission denies that it is happening.>>
Its ‘news’ agency Amaq, considered the main mouthpiece of the terrorist organization, is among those knocked down offline by an international counter-terrorism operation.
The meaning of “terrorism” is not always clear. Experts from around the world have been trying to get a straight answer to it for decades and there is still no final consensus. But they agree on basic common characteristics and an essential aspect that differentiates the terrorist attack from what is not.
Far from losing voters, Viktor Orbán’s ruling party won the elections by a landslide after putting its anti-immigrant politics at the heart of its campaign. A report from the European Parliament done before this turnout warns about a serious risk for the rule of law in Hungary.
The ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ which was promoted through anonymous letters sent in the UK found not only the strong answer of people and authorities backing Muslims but also no major violent incident was reported.
Umar Ahmed Haque is 25 years old and tried to radicalize 55 children aged between 11 and 14 years. He has been jailed for life and must serve at least 25 years for two counts of preparation of terrorist acts, among others.
Amparo Sánchez Rosell is an entrepreneur. Nessrin E. Bensaid is a lawyer and journalist. Fatima Tahiri writes her thesis. Gabriele Boos-Niazy is a sociologist. Faeeza Vaid is the executive director of an NGO. They are all Muslim. None is submissive. And they all ask for equality with men … and with the other women.
Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad visits Spain this week to present his book “Islam and the universal common. Tolerance, coexistence of identities and religious cohabitation”.
Asel was the first baby born in New Year in Vienna and hatred in social networks reached such levels that the president of the country and the cardinal of the city have come out to defend her.
Ibtihaj Muhammad was the first Muslim woman representing the US in the Olympic Games while wearing a hijab, and she won a bronze medal together with her fencing team in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Now Mattel has launched the first ever Barbie doll wearing a headscarf inspired by her.