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.
Two years ago, terrorists killed 130 people in Paris and left 352 injured victimes in the name of ISIS/Daesh. Among those who passed away, there were people celebrating a birthday party, couples, parents with baby children… IN MEMORIAM:
Dan Hett has received so many press requests for an interview that he has already warned on his website and his Twitter account with a “polite no” that he is not available for journalists at the moment. Lately, he has got quite famous in the UK and he himself highlighted -somehow astonished- having reached 10,000 followers just recently.
The US intelligence agency has made 470,000 new files public from those seized in the last residence of the founder of Al Qaeda, when he was killed by SEAL agents. Other documents will remain secret for security and copyright reasons… but also for containing pornography in some cases.
They left home to join the self-declared ‘Islamic State’ in Syria or Iraq. They are originally from 33 other countries; 15 of them European. The UK is the European state with more returnees, while France is the one with more foreign fighters who join ISIS on the ground, according to a new study.
More than 12,000 children from the Rohingya Muslim minority arrive every week in Bangladesh fleeing violence against them in neighboring Myanmar. But managing to cross the border is not a life insurance for them, NGOs warn.
The loss of its last stronghold hinders the terrorist narrative of being a calling itself an “Islamic State”, but for some time now its territorial control had been already reducing and altering its strategy. Now the question in Raqqa is who will rebuild the city in the midst of the complex Syrian war.
This word is often presented as equal to “holy war” or “terrorism”. Neither of both, although on exceptional occasions the Islamic teachings do establish norms for a military defense.