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Why Twitter didn’t delete anti-Muslim tweets

Ivana Kottasová, reporting for CNN: The anti-Muslim videos were first posted by Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of the far-right party Britain First. They depict violent assaults and the destruction of a statue of the Virgin Mary. They also appear to violate the terms of use published by Twitter. It warns users: “You may not promote violence [...]

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Pakistan Green Lights Anti-Ahmadi Gatherings

To mark the 39th anniversary of the passing of the second amendment of the Pakistani constitution, which declared Ahmadis non-Muslims, a coalition of anti-Ahmadi religious groups met at a vast conference of their own. The event, held in Lahore, was marked by incendiary speeches that called for further economic and social isolation of the Ahmadi [...]

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Anti-Ahmadism in India

Indians, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, must learn from the sectarian developments in Pakistan, and make every effort to stop any expression of sectarian prejudice in public contexts. A few days back a small headline in the Urdu daily Munsif (Hyderabad) caught my eye: “The Worst Attempt at the State Level to Declare the Qadianis Muslim.” [...]

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2010 a record year for Anti-Christian violence

The Holy Quran says that there is no compulsion in religion because the difference between the right path and the wrong one is clear to see. This means that members of every religion living in countries where most of the inhabitants are Muslims should be able to practice and to propagate their religion, as they see fit. Sadly, this is not [...]

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