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Comment: The IHRA's definition of antisemitism is being used to attack free speech, repress social justice work and criminalise Palestine liberation, writes Malia Bouattia.

President Erdogan told reporters that with Macron as its president, France is going through a 'very dangerous period'.

Uighur exiles in Turkey 'blackmailed into spying for China'

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Uighur exiles in Turkey 'blackmailed into spying for China'

Several Uighurs say they have been pressured to give information on other exiles, according to a new report.

Daily Mail donated masks linked to 'Uighur labour firm'

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Daily Mail donated masks linked to 'Uighur labour firm'

The masks were purchased from Medwell Medical Products, a company suspected of using forced Uighur Muslim labour.

How India's 'Love Jihad' law demonises Muslims

Hanan Zaffar and Shaheen Abdulla

How India's 'Love Jihad' law demonises Muslims

In-depth: 'Love Jihad' is a conspiracy theory propagated by right-wing Hindu extremists, who accuse Muslim men of luring Hindu women into ...

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France to inspect scores mosques in 'unprecedented' move: minister

At least 18 of the mosques due for inspection are subject to 'immediate actions', according to reports.

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US blocks imports of Xinjiang Uighur 'slave labour' cotton

The United States have blocked imports from Xinjiang as rights groups call for an end to so-called labour camps in the region.

Paul McLoughlin

Syria Insight: Idlib comes under focus after Turkish movements

Syria's Idlib remains a hive of military activity despite a Russian-Turkish ceasefire meant to reduce violence in the densely populated province.

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Rights groups call on Congress to block UAE deal

The groups argue that the arms sales could lead to further human suffering in Yemen.

Four more students charged in France over teacher's beheading

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Four more students charged in France over teacher's beheading

Three students were charged with complicity after allegedly pointing out the teacher to the shooter.

Narjas Zatat

Policy loopholes in MENA countries 'fail' women's rights

A report by Plan International looks at civil society and law reform in the MENA.

MuslimPro's 'data sale' is not just an outrageous betrayal

Mobashra Tazamal

MuslimPro's 'data sale' is not just an outrageous betrayal

Comment: MuslimPro's sharing of private data with brokers who passed it on to US military exposed its Muslim users to the lethal consequences of ...

Understanding the Saudi, Emirati 'excommunication' of the Muslim Brotherhood

Courtney Freer

Understanding the Saudi, Emirati 'excommunication' of the Muslim Brotherhood

Comment: Behind the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a 'terrorist, rebellious' group by Saudi and Emirati religious authorities lies a ...

Pakistan minister retracts Macron 'Nazi' jibe after French demands

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Pakistan minister retracts Macron 'Nazi' jibe after French demands

Federal Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari deleted her tweet after an angry response from France's foreign ministry.

Al-Qaeda in North Africa appoints leader to replace Droukdel

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Al-Qaeda in North Africa appoints leader to replace Droukdel

Algerian Abu Obaida Yusuf al-Annabi was named as the head of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).

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'Foreigners leave': Mosque in Germany plastered with Islamophobic posters

Right-wing extremists targeted a mosque in Germany on Friday, reports confirmed, amid heightened Islamophobia in Europe.

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Death of Pakistan's firebrand cleric clouds future of movement

In just a few short years, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, known for profanity-laced speeches and theatrical gestures, gained mass support and rose to ...

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CAIR slams President Macron’s ultimatum to French Muslim leaders

CAIR accused President Macron of turning 'Liberté, égalité, fraternité' into 'repression, inequality and division'.

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France threatens home-schooler parents with jail in 'anti-extremism' drive

France will introduce an identification number system to help enforce the controversial legislation.

'Right-wing <em>extremism</em> UK's fastest growing threat,' says counter-terror police

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'Right-wing extremism UK's fastest growing threat,' says counter-terror police

Authorities launched a new controversial website encouraging family members to report loved ones if they suspect them of being radicalised.

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France could reduce visas to Maghreb due to 'radicalisation'

The Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin presented a list of 231 individuals France wants to expel due to suspicions of 'radicalisation'.

UK far-right Tommy Robinson loses 'Syrian teenager' legal battle

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UK far-right Tommy Robinson loses 'Syrian teenager' legal battle

The far-right campaigner has lost a crucial court battle with a Syrian teenager he is accused of bullying.

Senate chief blasts Trump troop withdrawal plans

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Senate chief blasts Trump troop withdrawal plans

Mitch McConnell responded to media reports claiming the Pentagon had received directives to bring back another 2,000 US forces from Afghanistan ...

Macron criticises media over coverage of Islamic <em>extremism</em>

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Macron criticises media over coverage of Islamic extremism

Macron has called The New York Times media correspondent to criticise English-language coverage of France's stance on Islamic extremism ...

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