British Muslim teacher taken off US-bound flight: I was treated like a criminal
Juhel Miah, 25, calls for explanation for treatment by US officials, which left him feeling angry and humiliated
A young British Muslim teacher escorted off a New York-bound flight by US officials in front of the school party he was helping lead has spoken of his concerns that he was targeted simply because of his religion.
Maths teacher Juhel Miah, 25, who was born in Birmingham and brought up in Swansea, said his treatment left him feeling humiliated. Both he and his school are demanding an explanation from the US authorities.
Miah told the Guardian: "I'm not an angry type of person. I don't get easily worked up, otherwise I wouldn't be a teacher. But I was definitely angry. It hit me the hardest was when I was being escorted off the plane. Everyone was looking at me.
"Not just members of the public but my school, my kids, fellow teachers. It made me feel so small, as if I had done something wrong, as if I am a criminal. Everyone must have been thinking that – even the kids from my school. I hope not but that's what was going through my head. I didn't know where to look.
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The Recent U.S. Terror Plots You Won't Hear Donald Trump Talking About
The president's decision to approach terrorism exclusively as a Muslim issue is dangerous.
As President Donald Trump struggles to defend his decision to halt refugee resettlement and immigration from seven Muslim-majority nations, it's become increasingly clear that the executive order he signed on Friday is a solution in search of a problem.
Islamophobia may sell in the White House, but many Americans find it hard to buy his argument that the order will keep out "radical Islamic terrorists" but is "not about religion."
No refugee from any country targeted in Trump's ban has carried out a fatal U.S. terror attack. This fact is inconvenient for Trump. He first proposed what critics ― and reportedly, Trump himself ― referred to as a "Muslim ban" in December 2015, after a Muslim couple killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California.
Thousands of women joined World Hijab Day on 1st of Feb, a day that aims to raise awareness about wearing the Hijab and celebrates women's right to choose what they wish to wear. Indeed, such awareness is much needed in many democratic societies, where there is a significant rise of Islamophobia.
Muslim women, who choose to wear the face-veil (Niqab), out of conviction of faith, also joined World Hijab Day, as they too wish to assert their desire to wear it for similar reasons and purposes as the Hijab. Although there are no statistics on the number of Muslim women who choose to wear the Niqab, they are certainly a minority within a minority. Nevertheless, some politicians disproportionately focus on the Niqab as a polarising tool, using it to instill fear and divide communities, often prior to elections or to distract the public from more pertinent issues such as health care, unemployment or affordable housing. Angela Merkel, who is considered to be a left leaning liberal politician, did just this when she called for banning the face-veil ahead of elections, citing incompatibility with German culture. It's thought she made these statements to gain political capital within her party and to restrain the anti-immigration sentiments surrounding the admission of 800,000 asylum seekers into Germany last year. In contrast, it was uplifting to hear the British prime minster Theresa May acknowledge World Hijab Day in Westminster, saying, "what a woman wears is a woman's choice."
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Rohingya Muslims: The World's Most Persecuted Minority – UN
1.3 million Rohingya Muslims, who have been living in Myanmar (Formerly Burma) for generations, are one of the world's most persecuted minorities, according to the United Nations. They have been facing intense discrimination, repression and violence. They have been subjected to all kinds of human rights abuses, including 'killing men, shooting them, slaughtering children, raping and sexually assaulting women and girls, burning and looting houses, forcing these people to cross river'. Human rights groups said Myanmar government pursuing these oppression which could amount to "crimes against humanity", "ethnic cleansing" and the treatment of Rohingya Muslims by the Myanmar could be tantamount to crimes against humanity. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said in a huge rally at Kuala Lumpur stadium on 4th of December that international action should be taken to stop what he called genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Nobel Peace Prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi, said in an interview in 2013 to BBC interviewer Mishal Husain that "Muslims have been targeted but Buddhists have also been subjected to violence." Referring to the above interview and saying, Mehdi Hasan observed, "Yet in Myanmar, it isn't Buddhists who have been confined to fetid camps, where they are "slowly succumbing to starvation, despair and disease.".
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Southeast Asia is currently witnessing the destruction of the Rohingya Muslim community. This is not the first time in modern history this has happened. The Cham Muslims of Cambodia were slaughtered during the rule of the bloody Khmer Rouge in the 1970s.
The Khmer Rouge killed 500,000 ethnic Cham Muslims, almost 25% of their 2 million victims. For perspective consider that the Cham Muslims were only 1% of Cambodia's population. Yet, there are still individuals who question whether it amounted to genocide even though there is documented evidence that the Cham were targeted due to their religious beliefs:
The Muslim Cham were rounded up by Khmer Rouge forces, forced to eat pork, and banned from using their traditional language. Qurans were collected and burned.
The current Prime Minister of Cambodia, Hun Sen, was a Khmer Rouge commander in areas where atrocities against the Cham were committed. Nowadays he proclaims to be a champion of religious diversity though in 2013 he said Muslims were "lucky to live in Cambodia."Oppression of Rohingya May Have Led Some To Raise Arms
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Mother adopts Islam after son was killed for converting into Islam, changes her name to Jameela
Mother of Faisal, who was hacked to death by a group of RSS workers for converting to Islam in Kodinhi, Malappuram district of Kerala, accepted Islam on Wednesday. She changed her name from Meenakshi to Jameela. The conversion ceremony was held under the leadership of a Sayyid from Maunathul Islam Sabha.
Earlier Faisal's wife and children had converted to Islam and were planning to go to Ponnani to learn basics of the religion. Now, his mother will also accompany them.
Over 50 Dalits convert to Islam, detained by police after VHP goons attack them
New Delhi, 8 August 2015 : Police detained around 45 Dalit men from Haryana when right wing extremists (VHP) attacked their them after they declared their conversion to Islam here on Saturday afternoon. While the police allegedly let off the attackers and took away Dalit converts to Tughalaqbad police station in the name of providing them safety. Dalit men and women, who hail from Bhagana village in Hissar district of Haryana, came all along to the national capital to discard their ancestral religion in protest against continued atrocities upon them heaped by the caste Hindus.
The conversion and protest programme held at Jantar Mantar area which just a furlong away from the national parliament. All the Dalits, who embraced Islam, said with firm belief that they will remain steadfast in their new faith as Islam strictly preaches human equality and respect to its followers. They all recited Kalimah Shahada loudly to join the fold of Islam and also offered Namaz publicly.
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In Times Square, Protesters Take To The Streets To Say 'I Am Muslim Too'
At a rally in New York City's Times Square on Sunday, protesters filled three city blocks to express solidarity with Muslims. The crowd gathered to speak out against President Trump's executive order — now on hold after a unanimous federal appeals court decision — banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Organized by the Foundation For Ethnic Understanding — a coalition of religious groups led by record label founder Russell Simmons, Rabbi Marc Schneider and others — speakers at the protest included New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, activist Linda Sarsour and Imam Shamsi Ali.
"We're using the Muslim community as a scapegoat. We are being mean to the people who are the victims of terrorism," Simmons, a former friend of Trump, told the crowd. After Trump called for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. in 2015, Simmons penned an open letter describing Trump as a "one-man wrecking ball willing to destroy our nation's foundation of freedom."
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On Saturday Trump referred to what seemed to be an alleged terror attack in Sweden the day before. He talked about the U.S. Migration Ban and justified it by mentioning an "incident" in Sweden. But nothing remarkable happened in Sweden that Friday (I am from Sweden). It is more probable that Trump was talking about a TV segment that aired Friday evening on Tucker Carlson (Fox) about "Muslim Migration" to Sweden and alleged exploding "crime rates" in Sweden.
Fox claims that "Muslims" who migrate to Sweden has increased the rates of crime astronomically and to prove this they are interviewing Ami Horowitz. He makes a lot of claims about refugees in the short segment while the TV shows pictures of Muslims and of people rioting. The aim of the claims are to make people scared; they want to fool people to view immigration as something negative, and dangerous.
Muslim groups criticize Wilders' 'Moroccan scum' comments
THE HAGUE, Netherlands: Muslim organizations in the Netherlands have criticized disparaging comments about Moroccans made by anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders, but say they are just the latest in a long string of insults.
Launching his campaign Saturday for the Netherlands' March 15 parliamentary election, Wilders criticized what he called "Moroccan scum" for making the Netherlands unsafe.
A SYDNEY school has adopted a policy allowing Muslim schoolboys to refuse to shake hands with women
At a recent awards ceremony at Hurstville Boys Campus of Georges River College, female presenters were told by one of the two principals that some students would not shake their hands because of their Muslim faith, The Australian reported.
The boys were instead permitted to place a hand across their chest to show they would not be taking the hand of the women, many of them well-known figures from the local community.
A spokesman from the NSW Department of Education said this was an "agreed protocol" developed after extensive consultation with staff, parents and boys at the small, diverse public school of 354 students from year 7-10.
The Number Of Anti-Muslim Hate Groups In The U.S. Tripled In 2016
A new Southern Poverty Law Center report connects the rise in anti-Muslim hate to the rise of Donald Trump.
The number of anti-Muslim hate groups in the U.S. nearly tripled in 2016 partly because of Donald Trump's rise to political power, suggests a new report.
There were 34 such groups in the U.S. in 2015 and 101 last year, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center's Annual Census of Hate Groups published Wednesday. That's a 197 percent rise and "by the far the most dramatic change" among extremist groups in the U.S.
"Anti-Muslim hate has been expanding rapidly for more than two years now, driven by radical Islamist attacks including the June mass murder of 49 people at an Orlando, Fla., gay nightclub, the unrelenting propaganda of a growing circle of well-paid ideologues, and the incendiary rhetoric of Trump — his threats to ban Muslim immigration, mandate a registry of Muslims in America, and more," Mark Potok, a senior fellow at SPLC, wrote in the report
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32-year-old Islam convert hacked to death in Malappuram
MALAPPURAM: A 32-year-old man, who had converted to Islam six months ago, was brutally hacked to death at Farook Nagar in Kodinhi, here, in the wee hours on Saturday.
Faisal P, alias Aneesh Kumar, son of Ananthan Nair, of Kodinhi, was found dead by the roadside at about 4 am by local residents. An auto rickshaw, which he had used for his transportation, was found abandoned by the dead body.
According to the neighbors, Faisal had received threats even from his family members after he accepted Islam.
Faisal had his scalp almost slit open possibly by sharp-edged weapon and his entrails pulled out by the attackers.
Anti-Muslim hate groups nearly triple in US since last year, report finds
Southern Poverty Law Center credited rise in racist and far-right groups to Donald Trump's 'incendiary rhetoric' and his senior staff of 'anti-Muslim ideologues'
The number of organized anti-Muslim hate groups in America nearly tripled last year, from 34 to more than 100, according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center, a left-leaning non-profit that tracks extremist groups.
The center credited the "incendiary rhetoric" of Donald Trump's presidential campaign with fueling the rise in anti-Muslim hate, along with anger over terror attacks like the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando last June.
One converted to Islam, the other went to far-right rallies: a modern tale of two brothers
They were party animals from the Midlands. Now a TV series explores the lives of Abdul and Lee
In their youth, brothers Shaun and Lee did what they describe as the usual things: "getting wrecked" – drink, drugs, clubbing, gambling. "The party was always at our house, put it that way. And I was the host," said Shaun.
But Shaun has since become Abdul, a convert to Islam whose life is governed by his devotion to Allah and the strict demands of his faith. Meanwhile, Lee travelled around the country to anti-Muslim rallies organised by the English Defence League. The brothers have taken starkly different directions. But Abdul told the Observer: "I know Lee loves me and I love him."
The brothers' story is told in a three-part Channel 4 series, Extremely British Muslims. Based on a year of filming in and around Birmingham Central Mosque, one of the biggest in the UK, it aims "to show what ordinary Muslims' lives are like beyond the negative headlines", said series producer Fozia Khan.
Bella and Nayera are seen navigating Muslim marriage protocols in their search for love; Waz and Nav struggle against the stereotypes of young Muslim men in the media; Zaidan feels caught between his passion for the Birmingham grime scene and his desire to have "true purpose"; and Sidrah wants people to understand there is a person behind her niqab.
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#MuslimBan - As Trump Closes Doors, Mosques Open Doors
As Trump closes the doors of the US to Muslims with his travel ban, British Muslims open the doors of their mosques to welcome everyone.
This week has seen some of the largest marches in recent history, across the world, against Donald Trump's executive order to temporarily block travel for immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries- Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. It also stopped the admission of all refugees to the US for 120 days. The weeklong protests are preceded still by the global Women's March, immediately following Trump's inauguration day.
The #MuslimBan order is bigoted and discriminatory. It has resulted in fear, anxiety and stigmatisation of many families and homes because of their religion. The executive order is not only a full-frontal assault on the civil rights of Muslim citizens in the US, it is a dangerous and self-defeating policy. It purports the attacks of 9/11 as a rationale for such replusive ban, while exempting the countries of origin of all the hijackers who carried out that plot. However, no citizens from those war torn-seven countries has ever committed terror on US soil. Terrorism doesn't have a nationality; Since 9/11 more Americans have been killed by homegrown right-wing extremists than by terrorists from any Muslim country.
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UK mosques open their doors as Jeremy Corbyn sends message to Trump
As hundreds of Islamic centres across the country welcome visitors, Labour leader warns against 'demonisation' of Muslims
Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the "demonisation" of Muslims and sent a message to Donald Trump that "drinking tea together is far more effective than pouring concrete to build walls to keep each other apart".
The Labour leader delivered what he called a "very gentle message to a man across the Atlantic" as he spoke at Finsbury Park mosque in north London, one of more than 150 that opened their doors on Sunday to allow people of other faiths or of no faith to take tours and ask questions about Islam.
Muslims were "being demonised by some people", he said, but visitors to the mosque's open day were expressing "support for an inclusive society and support for a society which respects all faiths and all religions".
"Over the past few weeks, there's been some awful language used in many parts of the world. Awful language degenerates into awful actions. Those awful actions end up in the deaths of wholly innocent people, as happened in Quebec," Corbyn said in a reference to the deaths of six people in a gun attack on a mosque in the Canadian city.
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Americans Rate Jews Highest, Muslims Lowest On 'Feeling Thermometer'
But views of both have gotten better.
A new survey asked Americans to rate different religious groups on a "feeling thermometer" from zero to 100. The results revealed that Americans are warming up to people to different faiths.
The survey, released Wednesday by Pew Research Center, found that Americans rate Jews the warmest and Muslims the coolest. Pew surveyed 4,248 adults between Jan. 9 and 23, 2017, and found that Jews got an average rating of 67 degrees, while Muslims came in at just 48 degrees.
Across the board, though, Americans feel increasingly positive toward a range of religious groups. Pew compared the results of the study with those of a previous poll conducted in 2014, and almost every religious group received a higher thermometer rating in the second survey.
"One of the really interesting things was that the increasingly warm feelings we see for these groups is so broad based," Jessica Martinez, lead researcher for the study, told The Huffington Post. "There's increasing warmth in the way religious groups view each other and in the way Democrats and Republicans view different groups. Even though there are differences, generally both view most of the groups more warmly than they did before."
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'Rings Of Peace' Surround Canada's Mosques In Wake Of Deadly Attack
"No Canadian should be afraid to go to their house of worship to pray," a Toronto rabbi says.
Hundreds of Canadians formed human shields around mosques as Muslims gathered for the first Friday prayers after a deadly attack on an Islamic center in Quebec.
Yael Splansky, senior rabbi at Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto's oldest Jewish congregation, organized efforts in her community and told reporters that she hoped the "rings of peace" would send a message to Muslim Canadians that they aren't alone. Splansky said she was inspired by a similar display of solidarity at a mosque in Oslo, Norway, in 2015.
"No Canadian should be afraid to go to their house of worship to pray," Splansky told Canadian network CTV News on Friday. "It's a terrifying scene. Imagine people of faith going to pray in peace, to pray for peace and to be at risk. Houses of worship are sacred and must be protected."
Canada, like the United States, has witnessed a staggering rise in anti-Muslim sentiment and attacks in recent years. This fact became all too real Sunday when a gunman opened fire at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City, killing six people and injuring 19 others.
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Mosques In The Firing Line - Thoughts Following Quebec Mosque Attack
A horrific, abhorrent gun attack on the Quebec City Islamic Centre that took place late Sunday evening compounds the fear that exists within Muslim communities who feel increasingly threatened and targeted because of their faith.
The attack saw six people die and a further eight people taken to hospital with injuries when gunmen stormed the main building during evening prayers and set upon the 50 or so worshippers that were inside. The attack has been condemned by the Canadian Prime Minister as a "terrorist attack on Muslims" and while the motives are yet unconfirmed it comes at a time of increasing Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred made worse by incendiary political rhetoric.
The attack on the Quebec Mosque is unfortunately not an isolated incident. It is one of a long line of recent attacks that have taken place on Mosques and Islamic Centres across North America and Europe in recent months. On Saturday, only a few hours after Trump's 'Muslim Ban' came into effect, The Islamic Centre of Victoria in Texas was burned to the ground. In December, several attacks on Mosques were reported which included racist graffiti on a Mosque in Scotland, the burning down of an Islamic centre in the Netherlands and a shooting at an Islamic Centre in Switzerland.
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The Pope Just Threw Shade At Trump In The Classiest Way Possible
That's some holy shade.
Pope Francis hasn't yet directly addressed President Donald Trump's executive order on refugees and immigrants ― but the pontiff is clearly thinking about the large swath of humanity Trump is shoving to the margins.
Days after Trump signed a sweeping order dramatically restricting the number of refugees and foreign nationals allowed to enter the United States, Francis called on his flock to pray that the "poor, refugees, and marginalized" would find "welcome and comfort in our communities."
Curiously, he mentions "skyscrapers" and "real estate deals" ― two things the president is intimately acquainted with.
"We live in cities that throw up skyscrapers and shopping centers and strike big real estate deals but they abandon a part of themselves to marginal settlements on the periphery," he said in the video published on February 2. "The result of this situation is that great sections of the population are excluded and marginalized: without a job, without options, without a way out. Don't abandon them."
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The Huffington Post tracked Islamophobia in the U.S. throughout 2016. Here's what we learned.
After the 2015 terror attack in Paris, when Donald Trump and other GOP presidential candidates were ratcheting up their anti-Muslim political speech, we started a running list of Islamophobic acts. Sadly, in less than two months, the list became so long the webpage often wouldn't load.
This made us recognize the very real surge in anti-Muslim incidents sweeping the nation — a surge many wanted to deny was happening at all. (Think Fox News host Eric Bolling saying he "hadn't heard of any" anti-Muslim hate crimes.)
So we developed The Islamophobia Project, and committed to tracking anti-Muslim violence, vandalism, discrimination, public policy and political speech throughout 2016.
The timing of the incidents we collected helped reveal patterns. We discovered that Trump supporters attacked, harassed, or plotted to kill Muslims at least 13 times during the election cycle, proving a potential link between Trump's rhetoric and the actions of supporters. We documented apparent surges in anti-Muslim incidents during Muslim holidays.
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What Covering Hate As A Muslim Journalist Taught Me About The Media
Overly simplistic coverage of Muslims has real-world consequences.
It's Sept. 9, 2016. A Trump supporter in Brooklyn has allegedly attacked two Muslim women and their babies. I think about my pregnant friends in the area. I don't want to call and worry them.
A month later, "***** Allah" and "***** Arabs" are among the anti-Muslim messages spray-painted on the Muslim Community Miraj Center in Bayonne, New Jersey. A friend texts me the photo of the mosque before it makes the news. I live 20 minutes from that center.
Why Some Christians Will Be Praying At Mosques During Trump's Inauguration
"We're here to remind our Muslim brothers and sisters that they belong here, and we love them."
As the country inaugurates its 45th president ― a man whose rhetoric, proposed policies and closest aids are openly hostile to Muslims ― a group of progressive Christians is encouraging people of conscience to visit their local mosques and stand in solidarity with their Muslim neighbors.
Los Angeles-based faith group Progressive Christians Uniting announced the initiative to its network in a newsletter in early January. At least seven independent groups of Christians and other concerned citizens throughout California will be joining Muslims in prayer as President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office, the organization said in a press release.
"As people of faith, we consider religious freedom for all people to be a priority," Rev. Paige Eaves, president of PCU, told The Huffington Post. "We are concerned that if one form of religion can be targeted for registration, surveillance, and other violations of civil rights, then the same persecution could happen to any form of religion."
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This Muslim-Run Clinic Offers Free Health Care To Those In Need
"Our goal is to serve humanity."
The American Muslim Community Center in Orlando, Florida, has converted an old doctor's office into a free clinic for uninsured families and people in need.
"Our goal is to serve humanity — no strings attached. Everyone is welcome," Atif Fareed, AMCC chairman, told the Orlando Sentinel. "We have over 40 physicians who come to our mosque, and we have 11 of them signed up to volunteer here. So we are very, very blessed."
The facility, which will only be open on Fridays for the time-being, will offer general health care to anyone who lives in Central Florida who is uninsured and lives below 200 percent of the federal poverty line. This equates to individuals who make $23,760 or families that make $48,600 or less a year.
There is little need to recap the chaos of the last few days. Certainly to anyone with a social media presence or who reads the newspapers the horrors have been all too evident. The values that make up the very fabric of our societies are being challenged by hate. Our humanity and principles are threatened by a wave of Nationalistic hatred that now legitimately warrants the comparisons to Hitler's Germany.
Donald Trump becoming the President of the USA was so farfetched a year ago as to be laughable. It seemed inconceivable that a man who is willing to discriminate on faith and origins of birth could be appointed to be leader of a country whose very foundations are based on tolerance and, indeed, on immigration. But become the President he did.
Did the tolerant left underestimate Donald Trump or did we overestimate ourselves? Were we so secure in the values of liberal democracy that we neglected to treat the rise of the far right with the caution it warranted? Did we fail to understand the need for change and fail to empathise with the desperation of those who would turn to anyone, even far right haters, if they promised that change.
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