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'Kill as many off these goatf**kers as you can' initially didn't violate Facebook's Community Standards.
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The casting intended 'to highlight the beauty and diversity in the country'.
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While President Donald Trump tries to block individuals from certain Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S., dozens of book publishers have found a creative way to clap back at Islamophobia....
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Nearly 100 powerhouse companies, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Twitter and Microsoft filed an amicus — "friend of the court" — brief late Sunday against President Donald Trum...
The executive order presents a host of problems for US companies.
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Slams 'media frenzy', 'sensationalist propaganda' about Islamic cartoons.
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The explosion took place while hundreds of people were inside, authorities say.
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Another recent poll said half would ban Muslims entering Australia.
The magazine hails the 'badass activist with a passion for demanding change'.
57 per cent of people worried about Muslims, 33 percent about Jews, 29 percent about Buddhists.
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Rayouf Alhumedhi, a 15-year-old Saudi teenager living in Germany, is on a mi ion to increase representation of Muslim women and men in the virtual world. The Muslim teen recently sent a proposal to th...
The incident may be considered a hate crime.
The Human Headline's maiden speech went exactly as you expected.
My husband's parents were both born in Turkey and my husband lived there for five years as a child. Even though he too was born in Bundaberg and we both attended the same Bundaberg high school, we didn't meet until I was 19 years old through mutual friends. At first I didn't realise he was Muslim.