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Islamist ideologies

The face of our ‘liberals’: They wept for Christchurch and rightly so, but where is the outrage on Sri Lanka?

The bomb blasts in Sri Lanka which have killed over 200 people are markedly different from Christchurch shooting of only a month ago.

AltNews co-founder caught shielding Islamists following the Sri Lanka terror attacks

Altnews cofounder seems to have graduated from sharing fake news himself to shielding radical Islamists

Canadian Islamic Centre spokesperson refers to Hindu Gods Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu as ‘rapists’

In Canada, Muslim speaker Sanobar Umar accused the ‘Hindu Right’ of being in cahoots with American White Supremacists and then demanded Prime Minister Modi be sent to prison for abandoning his wife. 

Turkish website spreads rumours about Muslim Kashmiris being threatened in Hindu-majority India after Pulwama suicide bomb attack

The report referred to Kashmir as "India-administered Kashmir" and the Pulwama terrorist attack as "suicide bomb attack".

Kerala HC decides that ‘supporting ISIS ideology does not amount to waging war against Asiatic ally of India’

Freedom of Expression is a complicated matter. Hopefully, people who read this article will get it now.

Muslim cleric declares musical nights and beauty parlours as un-Islamic

The cleric said that women who roam around at night compromise their modesty.

Controversial former VP Ansari says Sardar Patel was as guilty as Jinnah in the conspiracy to partition India

Hamid Ansari referred to Sardar Patel's speech delivered in Delhi, four days prior to India's Independence

Mother of Kerala youth who allegedly left to join ISIS, turns hostile

Ashfaque Majeed, with his wife and a year old toddler, left India to join the ranks of ISIS

Shahrukh Khan’s son celebrates Ganesh Puja, Islamic fundamentalists call it a ‘sin’

This is not the first time celebrities have been trolled by fundamentalists on social media.

The trail of blasphemy laws: Indonesian woman imprisoned for complaining about mosque noise

According to Indonesia's law, any person who deliberately abuses a religion in public may be sentenced to up to five years in prison.

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