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Israel sentences prominent Muslim cleric to 28 months in prison
An Israeli court has sentenced the head of the northern branch of the Palestinian Islamic Movement, Sheikh Raed Salah, to 28 months in prison on trumped-up charges of “fomenting incitement against Israelis and advocating violence.”
Muslim women occupy Indian capital streets over controversial citizenship law
In the Indian capital’s Shaheen Bagh neighborhood, Muslim women staged a sit-in against a new citizenship law that has unleashed massive protests across the country.
Ilhan Omar: ‘War destroys lives, takes away futures’
Muslim US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar says “war destroys lives” and “it takes away futures and it destroys generations,” as US President Donald Trump’s aggressive actions against Iran have increased concerns of spiraling out of control into a new full-fledged war in the Middle East.
Muslim nations consider gold dinar to beat sanctions
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says Iran, Malaysia, Turkey and Qatar are considering using the gold dinar and barter trade as a way of protecting themselves against any future economic sanctions.
Muslim nations pondering gold, barter against sanctions: Mahathir
Iran, Malaysia, Turkey and Qatar are considering trading among themselves in gold and via barter trade as a hedge against any future economic sanctions on them, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Saturday.
Rouhani: Muslim world must devise mechanisms to fight US economic terror
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has blasted the US for using sanctions and economic threats to impose its own will on other countries, saying the Muslim nations should join hands to confront America’s “economic terrorism” by enhancing their banking ties and replacing the dollar in their transactions.
Protests over anti-Muslim law rage in India
Protests over a divisive new citizenship law that discriminates against Muslims raged in India Saturday following days of violent clashes which have killed two people so far.
Protests rage in northeast India over citizenship bill
Protestors in northeast India set fire to tires and cut down trees to block roads on Tuesday in a shutdown across the region hours after lawmakers approved the government’s new citizenship bill.
As Suu Kyi looks on, Gambia details mass rapes, killings in Myanmar
Gambia’s legal team described mass rapes, the burning of families in their homes and killing of dozens of Muslim Rohingya children with knives as it set out its genocide case against Myanmar at the UN’s International Court of Justice on Tuesday.
Omar’s rival banned from Twitter after suggesting congresswoman should be hanged
Twitter has permanently suspended the accounts of one of Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar's political rivals after she accused the Minnesota Muslim congresswoman of treason and suggested Omar should be hanged.
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.

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