It's Not the ''Radical Shaykh'' it's Islam - Fahad Qureshi - YouTube

It's Not the ''Radical Shaykh'' it's Islam - Fahad Qureshi-Moderate’ Muslims at Norway ‘peace conference’ endorse stoning for gays and adulterers IslamNetVideo

'Violence more common' in Bible than Quran, text analysis reveals  The Old Testament was found to be more than twice as violent as the Quran.

Someone analysed the Bible and Quran to see which is more violent

Software engineer analyzed the Quran and the Bible to see which was more violent — Read his findings

Denmark bans kosher and halal slaughter as minister says ‘animal rights come before religion’ New law, denounced as ‘anti-Semitism’ by Jewish leaders, comes after country controversially slaughtered a giraffe in public and fed him to lions.

Denmark bans kosher and halal slaughter as minister says ‘animal rights come before religion’

Denmark bans halal and kosher slaughter as minister says ‘animal rights come before religion’ - Europe - World - The Independent

Pakistani model killed after offending conservatives.  Pakistani fashion model Qandeel Baloch, who recently stirred controversy by posting pictures of herself with a Muslim cleric on social media, was strangled to death by her brother, police said Saturday.

Qandeel Baloch, Pakistani Social Media Celebrity, Dead in Apparent Honor Killing

In western China, authorities grapple with how to handle Ramadan - The Washington Post

In western China, authorities grapple with how to handle Ramadan

In western China authorities grapple with how to handle Ramadan - Washington Post

Taimoor Raza was found guilty of insulting the prophet Muhammad during an argument on social media with a counter-terrorism official.  Protest in Pakistan against social media

Pakistan: man sentenced to death for blasphemy on Facebook

Taimoor Raza was found guilty of insulting the prophet Muhammad during an argument on social media with a counter-terrorism official. Protest in Pakistan against social media

Founder of Denmark’s first mosque for women: ‘I will not listen to naysayers’

Founder of Denmark’s first mosque for women: ‘I will not listen to naysayers’

Founder of Denmark’s first mosque for women: ‘I will not listen to naysayers’ - GTKYOLO Trending Stories

Germany’s potential burqa ban has a problem: Where are the burqas?

Germany’s potential burqa ban has a problem: Where are the burqas?

Evil prevails when Good people do nothing. Humans keep repeating the same mistakes, its time to correct it. Unusual Answer from Panelist Receives Standing Ovation at Benghazi Coalition Meeting

Muslim female athletes find sport so essential they compete while covered - The Washington Post

Muslim female athletes find sport so essential they compete while covered

Demands from women for more breathable fabrics have spawned a novel fashion item in the Middle East: the sports hijab.

The art of the ancient Qur'an is showcased with the loan of some 48 manuscripts and folios from Istanbul, Turkey, and on view at the Smithsonian

In a Historic First, a Large Collection of Islamic Qur'ans Travels to the U.S.

Single-volume Qur’an, copied by Khalil Allah ibn Mahmud Shah and illumined by Muhammed ibn Ali, Turkey, Istanbul,

Tunisians protest for right not to fast during Ramadan | Middle East Eye

Tunisians protest for right not to fast during Ramadan

Beyond ‘Blowback’: Islam and Terror

Police: Civilians three attackers dead in London terror attacks

Saudi Arabia and Iran accuse each other of not really being Muslim

Saudi Arabia and Iran accuse each other of not really being Muslim

Muslim pilgrims circle the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on Sept.

A city in Tajikistan is drawing up lists of women who wear hijabs

A city in Tajikistan is drawing up lists of women who wear hijabs

It's part of the country's supposed war on extremism.

The surprising Australian origin story of the 'burkini'

The surprising Australian origin story of the ‘burkini’

The surprising Australian origin story of the ‘burkini’ - The Washington Post

ISIS recruits from China don’t fit a typical profile – and Beijing may be partially to blame - The Washington Post

ISIS recruits from China don’t fit a typical profile – and Beijing may be partially to blame

China orders Muslim shopkeepers to sell alcohol, cigarettes, to ‘weaken’ Islam - The Washington Post

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