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    Trump stance on Muslims, Fox host in spotlight

    President Donald Trump on Sunday championed a Fox News personality who made anti-Muslim remarks as his White House rejected any attempt to link the US leader to a shooter who killed .

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    New Zealand mosques' attack suspect praised Trump in manifesto

    The Australian-born suspect who shot dead dozens of Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, has published a manifesto praising US President Donald Trump.

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    Calls for transparent investigation after murder of Saudi child

    Calls for a transparent investigation have been made after a child's throat was reportedly slit in the Saudi city of Medina in front of his mother late last month.

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    We forgive Sarfraz because he said sorry: du Plessis

    South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has said that his team has forgiven Sarfraz Ahmed for his racially charged on-field taunt during the second ODI in Durban on Tuesday.

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    Rohingya fleeing India to avoid deportation

    Hundreds of Rohingya Muslim families have left India for Bangladesh since seven Rohingya men were deported to their home country Myanmar in October, community leaders said on Thursday.

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    Indian army chief draws flak over 'no gay sex' remarks

    India’s army chief drew flak on Friday for saying gay sex would not be tolerated among soldiers, months after the country scrapped a colonial-era ban on same-sex relations.

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    The Agony of Being Naseeruddin Shah

    The storm of abuse and sheer vitriol that greeted Naseeruddin Shah’s lament over the alarming state of the nation only proves his point. The actor wasn’t even referring to the routine attacks and abuse.

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    Indian police fire tear gas at protesters after women enter temple

    Indian police fired tear gas, stun grenades and water cannon as protests and clashes erupted across the southern state of Kerala after two women entered a flashpoint temple.

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    UN experts raise alarm over citizens register in India's Assam state

    Three United Nations human rights experts expressed “deep concern” on Thursday over a controversial citizens register in India's Assam state, warning it could inflame ethnic tensions.

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    'Companies would not be held liable': Officials clarify after namaz order backlash in India

    Indian social media users were left divided after police in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, issued a notice to multinational companies stating that they would face action if staff members offered ‘namaz’.

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    Insulting Prophet Muhammad not 'free speech,' ECtHR rules

    The court said that the woman's comments could not be covered by the freedom of expression, stating that it had found that "the applicant's statements had been likely to arouse justified indignation in Muslims.

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    Algeria bans wearing of full-face veils at work

    The country has been split between moderate and more radical forms of Islam since it was plunged into years of civil war in 1992, when a military-backed government cancelled elections that an Islamist.

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    Khabib says Islamophobic abuse led to UFC-229 after-match brawl

    Months of deeply personal insults and racist abuse towards mixed martial artist Khabib Nurmagomedov resulted in an all out brawl after he submitted his opponent Ireland's Conor McGregor on Saturday.

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    BJP chief slammed for calling Bangladeshi migrants 'termites'

    The president of India's ruling party has called Bangladeshi migrants "termites", evoking sharp responses from Dhaka as well as leading rights groups.

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    The race for first Muslim woman in US Congress

    It’s an incongruous sight, a woman in a salmon pink hijab standing on a Massachusetts traffic median, waving at oncoming cars and asking perfect strangers to vote her into Congress.

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    Assam’s controversial citizens’ list unites Modi’s opponents

    One of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s biggest critics is rallying opposition parties against his government after a new list of citizens excluded 4 million people from a border state.

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    India lynching: Police Took Cows To Shelter First, Lynch Victim to Hospital Later

    As the details are emerging about the brutal killing of Akbar Khan, alias Rakbar Khan, who was lynched to death at Lalawandi village in Alwar district of Rajasthan on July 20 night by.

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    Five more beaten to death in India lynchings

    Indian police said Monday they have arrested 23 people after five men were bludgeoned to death by a crazed mob in yet another horrific lynching to rock the country.

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    When a Watsapp text triggered lynching in India

    A WhatsApp text circulating in some districts of India’s central Madhya Pradesh state helped to inflame a mob of 50-60 villagers into savagely beating up two innocent men last week.

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    France arrests 10 suspects over plot to attack Muslims

    Ten people with links to the radical far-right have been arrested by anti-terrorist police in France over an alleged plot to attack Muslims, judical sources said Sunday.

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    Trump ends family separations by executive order

    We’re going to have strong, very strong borders, but we’re going to keep the families together,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office of the White House on Wednesday in a surprising reversal.

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    Denmark bans Islamic full-face veil in public spaces

    Presented by the centre-right government, the legislation, which is to take effect on August 1, was also backed by the Social Democrats and the far-right Danish People’s Party.

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    John Bolton hires top staffer from 'conspiracy-obsessed' anti-Muslim group

    US National Security Adviser John Bolton on Wednesday appointed the vice president of an anti-Muslim far right group as the executive secretary of the National Security Council, the official.

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    Minister’s remarks on Ramazan stir row in Denmark

    Asser­tions by Denmark’s immigration minister that Muslims fasting for Ramazan pose a safety hazard in some jobs do not represent the views of the country’s government, a spokeswoman.

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