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Indian court allows police to quiz Muslim journalist over 2018 tweet

An Indian court on Tuesday gave police four days to question a prominent journalist over a 2018 tweet they described as “highly provocative”, in...

Pakistan warns world India annihilating Muslims

Pakistan warned the international community on Saturday that the Hindu nationalist government in New Delhi was erasing India’s Islamic heritage and making Muslims second...

Indian govt demolishes houses of Muslim protesters

Authorities in India's Uttar Pradesh state have demolished the homes of several people over their participation in the protests last week triggered by anti-Islam...

Blasphemy: India police shoot two Muslim protesters

Indian police shot dead two protesters and arrested more than 130 others during street rallies sparked by the remarks of a ruling BJP official...

Indian court upholds state hijab ban in schools

An Indian court upheld on Tuesday a ban on wearing of the hijab in classrooms in the southern state of Karnataka, a ruling that...

Schools reopen in Karnataka amid hijab row

Senior schools reopened in the Indian state of Karnataka on Wednesday a week after authorities closed them in the face of protests against a...

The ‘otherization’ in conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories have a commercial value in every culture. We can trace back its philosophical roots to the basic human impulse of attributing the...

Saudi minister defends volume limit on mosque loudspeakers

Saudi Arabia’s Islamic affairs minister on Monday defended a contentious order restricting the volume of mosque loudspeakers, saying it was prompted by complaints in...

Cow vigilantes thrash Muslim man, police register case against victim

A Muslim man was thrashed by cow vigilantes for reportedly carrying beef and in a bizarre turn of events, police registered a case against...

Systemic prejudice against Muslims, says HRW’s scathing report on India

The latest report by the Human Rights Watch (HRW) on India concludes that the government has adopted policies and laws that systematically discriminate against...

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