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Australia mosque comes under 2nd attack this year

Australia mosque comes under 2nd attack this year

A mosque in the northeastern Australian state of Queensland has come under arson attack for the second time this year. Fire broke out early Friday in the mosque in the Darling Downs region’s Toowoomba city. Reports indicate the attack seriously damaged the mosque. Australian police sources say an investigation has been launched into the incident. There are currently no suspects. Police and Corrective Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller arrived in Toowoomba following ... Read More »

Southern California Muslim women hand out hundreds of roses to promote peace and unity / Photos

Southern California Muslim women hand out hundreds of roses to promote peace and unity / Photos

The Muslim Women Network of Southern California handed out free roses over the weekend to promote peace, unity, diversity and freedom. The group planned to hand out 1,500 roses at the Irvine Spectrum, Downtown Disney and the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. Besides distributing roses, the Muslim women planned to spread messages of Islam, including from the prophet Muhammad: “Feed the hungry and visit the sick, and free the captive ... Read More »

Islamophobia in Germany; Mosque set on fire in the university of Witten / Photos

Islamophobia in Germany; Mosque set on fire in the university of Witten / Photos

A mosque was on fire in Germany on Tuesday morning in the university city of Witten, located in the district of North Rhine-Westphalia, according to German daily DerWesten. The daily reported that an identified man was filmed from inside the mosque on Monday night at around 23.30 local time entering the mosque “Sultan Ahmet Cami” and pouring the contents of a gasoline can in the prayer room. After he reportedly ... Read More »

Auspicious birth anniversary of ‘Sayyida al-Zahra’ celebrated in Sweden / Photos

Auspicious birth anniversary of ‘Sayyida al-Zahra’ celebrated in Sweden / Photos

On the auspicious birth anniversary of Prophet Muhamamd’s daughter ‘Sayyidah Fatima’ a group of Muslims  In the city of Göteborg in Sweden at a booth called “hijab booth” asked non-muslims to try hijab for the first time and then write their feelings on a notebook. this might be the first encounter of some people with Islam. They also distributed 1444 pieces of cakes and 1444 roses. “Muslims celebrate birth anniversary of ... Read More »

Hijab Introduces Islam to Indiana Students

Hijab Introduces Islam to Indiana Students

Fighting misconceptions associated with Muslim headscarf, Muslim students at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, arranged a hijab handout to their colleagues to educate them about Islam and address stereotypes drawn by media over the past decade. “People may have Muslim friends that they are able to ask too, but not everyone has a Muslim friend. So we want to be here as that Muslim friend,” Muslim Student Association President ... Read More »

Muslim Day in Iowa Combats Islamophobia

Muslim Day in Iowa Combats Islamophobia

Offering Iowans a chance to meet their Muslim neighbors, leaders of Iowa Muslim community held a special Muslim day at the state capitol on Wednesday, April 8, boosting mutual relations in the community and combating Islamophobia. To educate people about the Islamic religion we need to be visible. That is our job and our duty to do that,” State Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, D-Des Moines, told Des Moines Register. “It is our ... Read More »

Pro-Zionists Run an Anti-Islamic Ad on Philadelphia Buses / Photos

Pro-Zionists Run an Anti-Islamic Ad on Philadelphia Buses / Photos

  Controversy has arisen over the anti-Islamic ads on Philadelphia buses by a pro-Zionist group According to Ahlul Bait News Agency – ABNA – controversy has arisen over the anti-Islamic ads on Philadelphia buses by a pro-Zionist group. These ads display a picture of “Adolf Hitler” meeting “Haj Amin al-Husseini” a nationalist Muslim leader. Also anti-Islamist slogans can be seen on the ad reading: two-thirds of all US aids go ... Read More »