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Fake Victim: Woman Found Guilty of Lying About "Grooming Gangs"

Eleanor Williams, a 22-year-old woman from Barrow-in-Furness, northwest of England, was arrested for making false rape allegations against a series of white men and fabricating stories about being trafficked by an Asian grooming gang.

Man Ordered to Remove "Jesus is the Only Way" Shirt at Mall of America

A video capturing a confrontation between a man and security guards in Mall of America went viral online after guards asked him to remove his t-shirt, which read, in part, “Jesus is the only way.”

In the video taken by Kameko Rawls and uploaded on Facebook, one of the guards was seen talking to the man, identified as Paul Shoro, regarding his clothes. The bright yellow t-shirt read “Jesus Saves” on the front with another message on the back saying “Jesus is the only way” and the Coexist logo crossed out.

Chinese Troll Army Unleashes Tsunami of Insults & Blasphemy Against Islam

According to a report written by Theodoros Benakis, China's genocidal policy against Uyghurs, an ethnic Turkish group that resides in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), hit a new low. The Wumao army (also known as the "50 cent army"), known to be the trolls of the Chinese government, has hurt the religious sentiments of Uyghur Muslims on social media several times.

Male Pastor Slut Shamed for "Sexy" Skinny Jeans

A pastor from South Dakota was chastised by a congregation member for dressing “too sexy on purpose” after wearing skinny jeans while preaching.

40-year-old Reverend Adam Weber received a letter in red ink from an anonymous churchgoer of his multi-campus congregation Embrace Church, criticizing his fashion style for being “completely offensive” and “morally wrong.”

Arrested for "Insulting Islam," Moroccan Woman Begins Hunger Strike

A Moroccan woman went on hunger strike after authorities jailed her for blasphemy charges, her family stated on Tuesday.

39-year-old blogger Fatima Karim was detained by Moroccan police in July and was found guilty of "attacking the Islamic religion via electronic means" after posting satirical comments about Islam and the Koran on Facebook.

She was sentenced to two years in prison on August 15.