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‘To counter extremism US should stop pushing people to the extreme’
To stop terrorism, the US should address the frustration, anger and desperation caused by the West’s policies of supporting repressive regimes and coups in the Middle East , Hussam Ayloush of the Council on American- Islamic Relations told RT.

26.02.2015 12:38

Prophet Mohammed cartoons: Most British Muslims oppose violent reaction
The majority of British Muslims are not in favor of violent retribution for those who publish images of the Prophet Mohammed, nor do they sympathize with fighters traveling abroad to fight with Islamists, a poll reveals.

25.02.2015 09:26

French Muslim leaders skip key Jewish event over ‘criminals’ accusation
Leaders of the French Muslim community boycotted a major event hosted by the country’s largest Jewish group, CRIF, after its leader said that young Muslims are behind “all violent acts” in France.

24.02.2015 13:45

‘Terrified, disorganized & high on drugs’: Brit fighting for Kurds describes IS militants
A former British soldier who left the country to join Kurdish fighters battling the Islamic State has spoken about his experiences, claiming the majority of IS fighters were high on drugs and left “office workers and villagers” terrified.

23.02.2015 15:41

‘No to anti-Semitism’: Norwegian Muslims form human chain around Oslo synagogue
Muslims in Oslo formed a human chain around the city’s main synagogue, chanting “No to anti-Semitism, no to Islamophobia.” Over 1,000 people took part in the rally to show solidarity with Jews just a week after a fatal shooting in a Denmark synagogue.

21.02.2015 23:26

Colorado man accused of bombing NAACP actually wanted to rattle his accountant – Feds
The man arrested for allegedly bombing a building that housed the Colorado NAACP has reportedly told federal investigators that the explosive device was actually intended for his accountant, who worked out of the same building.

21.02.2015 03:21

UKIP branch condemned for adding swastika to EU flag on social media
The Newport branch of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has come under fierce criticism for posting an image of the EU flag decorated with a swastika on its Facebook page.

20.02.2015 15:18

Social media legislation ‘woefully out of date,’ watchdog warns
Following a sharp rise in the number of prosecutions for online offences, a civil liberties group has warned legislation surrounding Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites is “woefully out of date” and in need of “serious reform.”

19.02.2015 14:24

‘Institutionally racist’: London Met policeman in ‘planet of the apes’ race slur
The Metropolitan Police has been accused of “racial cover-ups” after failing to investigate an officer who referred to a black and ethnic minority (BAME) populated area of London as “planet of the apes.”

19.02.2015 13:11

Nazi salutes: ‘Anglo-Saxon charity’ supporters caught in racist rants
Supporters of a charity which aims to support English culture have been exposed giving Nazi salutes and making racist comments in an undercover investigation.

18.02.2015 09:30

ISIS plans to invade Europe through Libya – report
ISIS’ plans to conquer Europe via Libya have been revealed in letters seen by an anti-terrorism group. Owing to its perfect location on the continental doorstep, the terrorists plan to ferry fighters from North Africa across the Mediterranean.

18.02.2015 08:18

500 Lithuanian fascists march near WWII-era execution site of 10,000 Jews
About 500 Lithuanians, some sporting Nazi swastikas, attended a far right march in the country’s second city of Kaunas. The city was the scene of the Baltics worst World War II-era Jewish pogroms, where nearly 10,000 people were killed in one day.

17.02.2015 13:01