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Abida Rani Rehman lives in London UK. She has a Bsc. Hons, and an M.Phil. in Biomedical Sciences. For the past fourteen years she has been the incharge of the production of a children program on MTA. Her father, Mr Bashir Ahmed Orchard, an Englishman, converted to Islam and then dedicated his life in 1945. Mr. Orchard served as a missionary of Islam in the Ahmadiyya Community in The West Indies, South America, Oxford and Scotland.

Paris mayor: I’m suing Fox News over false report on Muslim ‘no-go’ zones

Source: theguardian.com The mayor of Paris plans to sue Fox News for its reporting on the city in the wake of the attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. “When…

George Galloway condemns ‘racist, Islamophobic, hypocritical rag’ Charlie Hebdo at freedom of speech rally

Source: independent.co.uk George Galloway boldly declared “Je ne suis pas Charlie Hebdo” during a damning address at a freedom of speech rally in Bradford on Saturday. The Respect MP told…

Far-right leader says French govt afraid to use word ‘Islamist’

Source: france24.com The debate in France over how to refer to terrorists who kill others in the name of Islam is heating up after the country’s leading far-right figure took…

Cameron Defends ‘Reasonable’ Letter To Mosques

Source; sky.com David Cameron has rejected criticism by some Muslims of a letter sent to mosques in England urging them to do more to root out extremists and prevent young people…

Swedish Muslims react to new Charlie Hebdo

Charlie Hebdo did on Wednesday what it has always done best: provoke. The cover on its latest issue depicts a man supposed to represent the Prophet Muhammed holding up a…

Top Russian senator calls on West to stop ‘demonization race’

Source: rt.com When ordinary Western people oppose Russia’s stand on various issues they are often unaware of the real situation because they think only of media stereotypes says the chair…

‘Je Suis Muslim': Mounting anger in Islamic world at new Charlie Hebdo edition sees protesters in Somalia and Pakistan apeing catchphrase of Western peace marches

Protests against Charlie Hebdo’s front cover have seen thousands more take to the streets – with students in Somalia declaring ‘Je Suis Muslim – and I love my Prophet’. Students…

Brazil ‘outraged’ by Indonesia drug trafficking execution

Source: bbc.co.uk Brazil says it is “outraged” by the execution of one its citizens in Indonesia for drug trafficking. Marco Archer Cardoso Moreira, 53, was arrested in 2003 after police…

The uprising of the decent

Source: The Economist STILL they march, every Monday in Dresden, as they have done since October. Numbering about 18,000, they call themselves Pegida, or “patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of…

Hackers Make New York Post And UPI Twitter Feeds Announce World War Three

Source: huffingtonpost.co.uk Hackers announced the beginning of World War Three – via the Twitter accounts of a major tabloid and news agency they had managed to take over. In a…

Charlie Hebdo aftermath: we French must find how to keep this spirit of unity

Source: theguardian.com Rachida Dati, the first Muslim woman to hold a key ministerial post in France, calls for a new stance on religion In the immediate aftermath of the terrible…

France must reach out to disillusioned young Muslims, says director of The Class

Source: theguardian.com The large numbers of children in mainly Muslim areas of France who refused to observe a minute’s silence for the victims of the Paris terror attacks shows that…

London mosques sent death threats and Prophet Mohamed drawings after Charlie Hebdo attack

Source: independent.co.uk Mosques in London have been sent death threats, hate mail and drawings of the Prophet Mohamed in the wake of the Paris attacks. Tell Mama, which records Islamophobic hate…

French centre, churches attacked in Niger in Charlie Hebdo protest

NIAMEY (Reuters) – Demonstrators in Niger attacked the French cultural centre, set fire to churches and raided Christian shops on Friday, as protests erupted against Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons in several…

King orders court rethink over 950 lashes for blogger

Source: thetimes. A blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes has had his punishment suspended after a direct intervention by the Saudi royal family as the country appeared to bow to international…

Charlie Hebdo fallout: Belgium deploys troops, UK raises terror alert to ‘severe’

Source: rt.com Europe is in a state of high alert after anti-terror raids netted over two dozen arrests. UK police have raised threat level to ‘severe’ fearing attacks similar to…

Prying into Pegida: Where Did Germany’s Islamophobes Come From? By Maximilian Popp and Andreas Wassermann

Source: Spiegel.de Tens of thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of Dresden on Monday evening for the latest march of Pegida, a group opposed to the…

Paris attack highlights Europe’s struggle with Islamism

Source: bbc.co.uk By Caroline Wyatt, Religious affairs correspondent, BBC News In the heart of Europe in 2015, the killing of cartoonists and journalists for allegedly insulting God still comes as a…

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