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Saudi Arabia arrests, hands down jail terms to three dissident Muslim preachers
Saudi authorities have reportedly arrested and handed down prison sentences to three dissident Muslim preachers, as a brutal crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against clerics and intellectuals widens in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Pakistan PM warns India of Muslim uprising against Kashmir crackdown
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has censured India’s crackdown on Kashmir, warning the New Delhi government of a Muslim uprising in support of the people of the disputed Muslim-majority region.
Thousands detained in Indian-controlled Kashmir since region stripped of autonomy
Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have detained about 4,000 people since New Delhi scrapped the Muslim-majority Himalayan region’s special autonomous status.
Iranians attend processions in millions to mark Tasu'a
Millions of Iranians are partaking in nationwide processions on Tasu'a, the 9th day of the Muslim month of Muharram, a day before the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein, the third Shia imam.
UK minority groups become bound together against Johnson’s racist rants
PM Boris Johnson’s derogatory comments on black people and Muslim women have unified minority communities in the UK, with the Commons’ first turbaned Sikh MP defending his fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.
First official death in Kashmir protests prompts tighter security
An 18-year-old man has succumbed to his wounds in Indian-administered Kashmir nearly a month after he was injured during a protest, marking the first official death since India flooded the Muslim-majority Himalayan region with troops.
India's Modi 'pained' by Muslim man's lynching
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Wednesday he was "pained" by the killing last week of a Muslim man who was tortured and forced to chant Hindu slogans, the latest example of rising communal violence in the secular country.
Myanmar unwilling to repatriate Rohingya Muslim refugees, says Bangladesh PM
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has strongly denounced Myanmar for delays in the repatriation of persecuted Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled violence in the neighboring country about two years ago.
Unknown gunmen assassinate Muslim Brotherhood official in southern Lebanon
Unidentified assailants have shot and killed an official affiliated with the Lebanese branch of the Muslim Brotherhood in Lebanon’s southeastern border town of Chebaa.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi, Hungary’s far-right PM, lament 'growing Muslim populations'
Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Hungary's far-right nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban have lamented the “continuously growing Muslim populations” in their countries.
In message to Muslim leaders, Rouhani calls for unity against Trump's Mideast plan
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has warned that a US-devised plan targeting the Palestinian nation, dubbed “the deal of the century”, has "dangerous regional aspects" and urged leaders of Muslim countries to counter the plot and defend Palestine.
Austria's parliament approves ban on Muslim headscarves at primary schools
Austrian parliament has approved a law to ban Muslim girls from wearing headscarf in primary schools.
US female landlord who refused to rent to Muslim men settles lawsuit
An American landlord in Denver, Colorado who was recorded telling her tenant no to sublease her property to a Muslim father and son seeking to open their second restaurant must pay the men $675,000 under a settlement.
UN chief warns of rising Islamophobia after Muslim massacre in New Zealand
Speaking at one of Sunni Islam’s most prestigious universities, the United Nations chief warns about the unbridled spread of Islamophobia across the international community, weeks after a shocking terror attack that killed dozens of Muslim worshipers at two mosques in New Zealand.

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