A new study conducted by the Islamic Republic’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance revealed that more and more Iranians are becoming less religious than ever before despite extensive and ongoing repression and propaganda by the Iranian regime.
A coastal town in northern Italy is in disarray after its far-right mayor introduced a series of policies aimed against its immigrant Muslim population, with the latest being a ban on Muslim prayer passed in November last year.
Hatun Tash, a Christian preacher and ex-Muslim known for her public preaching, activism, and criticism of Islam, was finally located after her friends and family said they hadn’t seen her for more than a month.
After the Danish government announced last July that they would seek a “legal tool” to prevent the series of Quran burnings that rocked the country as well as neighboring Sweden, the Danish parliament recently passed a bill that will outlaw burning the Quran in public places.
After a series of Quran burnings in Scandinavia caused uproar in Muslim communities, Denmark on Thursday banned the “improper treating” of religious texts in public. https://t.co/PexhJpa7m5
A man in India’s most populous state was arrested after he hit a bus conductor with a cleaver after a dispute about bus fare, alleging that he assaulted the conductor because he allegedly insulted the Prophet Muhammad.
With the Israel-Hamas war continuing after the Islamist terrorist group attacked Israel on October 7th, the tide of public opinion among many young Americans, many of whom hold progressive views, shifted significantly in favor of Palestine.
Young Americans are picking up the Qur’an ‘to understand the resilience of Muslim Palestinians’ | Books | The Guardian https://t.co/lbmXdtxInf
Four individuals in Pakistan were sentenced to death on September 4th for blasphemy for sharing content deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad and the Holy Quran, while one convict was sentenced to seven years in prison in the case.
Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical newspaper known for being targeted by two Islamist terrorists that saw 12 people killed and 11 injured in January 2015, criticized the Danish government after it proposed a new law banning religious books such as the Quran from being desecrated.