Islamophobia News

Pakistan, Turkey, Malaysia to jointly launch Islamic TV channel: PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Khan, who is in New York to participate in the 74th session of the United Nation General Assembly, said the channel will telecast series and films produced on Muslims to educate and inform the world on the Islamic history.

Ramzan has always been the time to look inwards, build bridges

Ramzan has always been the time to look inwards, build bridges


‘Violence is created in the head’

Short-film director Sandeep A Varma brings his English short about Islamophobia to the 14th Habitat Film Festival in Delhi.

When Travel Closes Minds

Pakistanis are returning from abroad radicalised, not anglicised as before.

In New Zealand gunman’s manifesto: Invaders from India, and enemies in the East

New Zealand terror attack: The manifesto stated that “the invaders must be removed from European soil, regardless from where they came or when they came. Roma, African, Indian, Turkish, Semitic or other. If they are not of our people, they must be removed.”

Terror streamed live: 49 killed in two New Zealand mosques

The gunman behind at least one of the mosque shootings left a 74-page manifesto that he posted on social media under the name Brenton Tarrant, identifying himself as a 28-year-old Australian and white nationalist who was out to avenge attacks in Europe perpetrated by Muslims.


Mobile app to report hate crimes against Muslims in US

The app offers advice about what rights are protected by the US Constitution and contains contact information for CAIR's national headquarters in Washington and chapters nationwide. The group has resumed tracking anti-Muslim incidents, following a surge in bias cases last year

Myanmar top Buddhist body bans hardline group amid rising Islamophobia

Ottama, a Ma Ba Tha monk in Yangon, said the group still planned to hold its annual meeting this weekend despite the ban.

'Hi Donald, we're Muslims!' Scots invite Trump to visit a mosque

Protests at Trump's "misogynist, racist and xenophobic" views are planned by Aberdeen University students during his visit to Scotland.

US: 12-year-old Muslim boy allegedly called terrorist by teacher, family upset

After that comment other students started making fun of him and started calling him a 'bomb'.