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​MP blames Somali immigrants for death of British pubs
Britain’s pubs are closing down because of Somali immigrants, a government minister has said, arguing that migrants are replacing white working class communities in the UK.

27.01.2015 17:03

Danish Islamists refuse to deradicalize, insist Danes change their values
An Islamist group in Denmark has hit out at a local policy to de-radicalize Muslim youths. It cites “widespread depression, addiction… and alarming rates of suicide” as proof it’s really “sad Western culture” that is in dire need of help.

27.01.2015 11:04

‘Anti-Islamization’ & ‘pro-tolerance’ activists march in Berlin (VIDEO)
A wave of protests from supporters and opponents of the ‘anti-Islamization’ PEGIDA movement continued in Germany on Monday night, with rival civil marches taking place in Berlin, Dresden, and Frankfurt.

26.01.2015 22:09

Israel FM Lieberman orders party to hand out free copies of Charlie Hebdo
After a leading Israeli bookstore cancelled a launch event for the ‘Survivors’ edition of Charlie Hebdo, outspoken politician Avigdor Lierberman instructed members of his party to buy thousands of copies and hand them out for free.

26.01.2015 15:30

V&A Museum removes Prophet Mohammed image from website
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has removed a depiction of the Prophet Mohammed from its website amid security concerns three weeks after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.

26.01.2015 14:12

Most Russians think Charlie Hebdo tragedy provoked by journalists themselves - poll
A large part of Russian society thinks the terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine was prompted by the journalists themselves. Many said they didn’t approve of the attackers’ actions, but understood them.

26.01.2015 13:42

​‘Barbaric’: 500 FGM cases found in UK hospitals in single month
Nearly 500 cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) were discovered in hospitals across the country during the last month, the latest figures reveal.

26.01.2015 10:24

Down-to-earth holy leader: 12 reasons why Pope Francis is cool
The leader of the worldwide Catholic Church isn’t just known for the usual papal expressions of love, kindness and faith. Pope Francis has also touched millions with his off-script pronouncements and deeds, as well as his 'normal' behavior.

22.01.2015 14:54

‘American Sniper’ sparks anti-Muslim hatred online – civil rights group
A US-based civil rights group has raised the alarm over a surge in hateful anti-Muslim messages, triggered by the release of‘American Sniper’, a new box office hit that shattered records and made over $180 million in four weeks.

25.01.2015 01:33

UN’s first ever meeting on anti-Semitism sees France, US, Saudi Arabia speak out
The UN has dedicated a separate meeting to anti-Semitism, citing a global rise in violence against Jews. About half of UN member states attended, with surprise speakers such as the Saudi ambassador, who equated anti-Semitic crimes with Islamophobia.

24.01.2015 01:06

Denver teen convicted of trying to join ISIS gets 4 years in prison
​The first American to be convicted of trying to join the Islamic State was sentenced to four years in federal prison on Friday, though the teenage Muslim convert said she was manipulated and does not support violent jihad.

24.01.2015 02:47

Iran’s Khamenei urges young Westerners to learn about Islam
The supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has written an open letter to Western youth urging them to examine Islam for themselves, rather than accepting the prejudiced views of the media and politicians.

22.01.2015 16:39