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"They took our girls, our homes and our families," says Yazidi spiritual leader Baba Sheikh. "They took all of them. We say our fruitful generation is our children, but they took them all, young and old."
The National Front (FN), which polls say could win around 20 percent of the region's votes, up from 9 percent in 2010, will send specially designed election leaflets by post to inhabitants of those housing projects, with a special message designed to win Muslim voters over to the party, Wallerand de Saint-Just told Reuters.
In a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll, most of those surveyed don’t think it’s a realistic possibility, at least at the moment. By 53%-39%, they say a Muslim couldn’t be elected.
In a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted Sept. 23-30, 75 percent of Republican voters said they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who is Muslim. When narrowed to just likely Republican primary voters, the total jumped to 84 percent.
"I've been waiting to do this for years," the gunman told the professor teaching the class. He shot him point blank, Boylan recounted.
A GROUP of religious leaders have spoken out about plans to hold far-right protests in Burton as they show solidarity with the Muslim community of Burton [...]. "What disturbs us is the implication that 'Britishness' and Islam should be seen as incompatible."
El ministro del Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz, ha elevado a 18.000 las solicitudes de asilo que España prevé tramitar este año, independientemente de la cuota de refugiados que procedan de los programas de reasentamiento y reubicación que debe establecer la UE.
Saudi Arabia’s enemy, Iran, is rejecting any claim that the stampede was the will of Allah, and is holding Saudi officials responsible.
Asked whether his concerns about a Muslim president could extend to all Muslim Americans, he responded: "In our system, we get a chance to evaluate people, frequently over a long period of time, so anybody has the right to advocate for anybody they want to, based on their own judgment. There is nothing that says you must advocate this person or that person; we get to choose who we want to advocate for."
At least 21 people have died and more than 100 have been injured in clashes in the Central African Republic after a Muslim motorcycle taxi driver was murdered and his body dumped near the airport of the capital. The death, whose motive was unknown, prompted Muslims to march from their quarter in the 3rd district of the city to the largely Christian 5th district armed with automatic weapons, machetes and grenades.
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When the flood of Middle Eastern refugees arriving in Europe finally ebbs and asylum-seekers settle down in their new homes, Germany could unexpectedly find itself housing the continent's largest Muslim minority.
French far-right party leader Marine Le Pen will go on trial for comparing Muslim street prayers to wartime Nazi occupation, party officials and the prosecutor's office said on Tuesday.
In an interview Tuesday with WND, British Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary stated ISIS “undoubtedly” is taking advantage of the migrant crisis rocking Europe, using the displaced Syrians as cover to bring jihadists to the West. “Undoubtedly this will be seen as one of the avenues that the Islamic State employ in order to get their own people in position to where they may be able to confront who they see to be the enemies who are leading the campaign against them,” Choudary stated.
Muslim refugees trying to find homes across Europe started a commotion in Budapest. They chanted "allahu akbar" and shouted "f**k you" during battles with police. A clip has been circulating the internet, showing the Muslims also chanting the phrase in France. The video was taken from inside a passenger train.
A Muslim employee of a U.S. airline has filed a federal complaint, alleging she was placed on administrative leave after refusing to serve alcohol for religious reasons.
Dahlia Yehia didn’t tell her boss that she was resigning in order to volunteer in Nepal. But it was no surprise to Mary Brinkman when she found out that the young art teacher had left the country to help with recovery in the wake of the devastating April 25 earthquake.
"We need the fence," said Istvan Szabo, a 43-year-old lathe operator having a beer at a bar next to the station, where hundreds seeking refuge in the European Union still line up daily to buy tickets to Western Europe.
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The Times of London reported that radiocarbon dating carried out by experts at the University of Oxford says the fragments were produced between the years 568 A.D. and 645 A.D. Muhammad is generally believed to have lived between 570 A.D. and 632 A.D. The man known to Muslims as The Prophet is thought to have founded Islam sometime after 610 A.D., with the first Muslim community established at Medina, in present-day Saudi Arabia, in 622 A.D.