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Temple Vs Mosque- : My loudspeaker versus your loudspeaker

Express investigation part-II: My loudspeaker versus your loudspeaker Written by Appu Esthose Suresh | Saharanpur/ Bijnor/ Moradabad | August 6, 2014   A temple and a mosque in Nehtaur, Bijnor, each with its own loudspeaker. There was a communal incident in the town… Continue Reading →

Muslim Personal Law Board not against women praying in mosques

Sunday June 1, 2014 9:00 PM, ummid.com Staff Reporter Malegaon: In a welcome change from its earlier stand, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) Saturday said it was not opposed if the doors of mosques were thrown open to women for… Continue Reading →

BJP and NaMo Brigade victory rallies enter mosques , burst crackers and pelted stones #WTFnews

Facebook post, by Samvartha Sahil On the 16th morning the only relieving thing, for me, was the news [Udayavani pg. 14] saying victory rally/ procession was not allowed in Udupi-Mangalore. The news report also read that 144 section had been… Continue Reading →

Gay Mosque Planned in Canada #LGBT

OnIslam & News Agencies Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:00 Syed Adnan Hussein is among a small group of Muslims in Halifax who want to start a mosque where gay and transgender Muslims can pray. HALIFAX – A group of Canadian… Continue Reading →

Farooq Versus The State #Film #TISS

Hari Masjid, Wadala, Mumbai, was the scene of a brutal police attack on January 10, 1993. Though Farooq Mhapkar was one of the casualties of indiscriminate police firing, he was charged as a rioter. Farooq versus The State is the… Continue Reading →

PRESS STATEMENT- Justice Markandey Katju on #Faizabad

    Oct 30, 20012 – Press – Realease   I have received a letter from Ms. Teesta Setalvad, Co-editor of Communalism Combat mentioning in detail a serious communal accident which occurred on the evening of October 24, 2012. According… Continue Reading →

India- A village cowers in fear

KANIYOOR (Dakshina Kannada), October 13, 2012 Mohit M. Rao The Hindu Villagers of Abbada in Puttur taluk say they prefer to walk in pairs so that they don’t attract the attention of Hindu rightwing activists. Photo: Mohit M. Rao Muslims… Continue Reading →

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