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Rabbi Latz Apr 27
First people to offer me condolences after ? Muslims. Why? They get it. Because we're . Our love is stronger than hate.
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David Vance Apr 24
Within a few days of the , the UN Secretary-General António Guterres urged the international community to ‘stand united against anti-Muslim hatred’ I am still waiting to hear similar UN sentiment to oppose "anti-Christian hatred". Why might that might be?
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David Vance Apr 24
I am told I am "no better than a terrorist" for enquiring of LONDON mayor Sadiq Khan how much extra security he deployed to Christian churches in LONDON after Quick reminder - he DID deploy extra security to LONDON mosques after *Sighs*
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CAGE Mar 22
A week on from the attack in . We must begin to ask ourselves some tough questions asks
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Alexander Nekrassov Mar 27
I noticed The Economist called the an act of white nationalism. The nasty neo-liberal rag that gets pretty much everything wrong when it comes to business obviously thinks that Islam is a race and a deranged nutter is a nationalist by definition.
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Shona Murray Mar 27
Start your day with this image...
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Faizel Patel Mar 26
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Ali Mustafa Mar 22
First call to prayers inside Al Noor Mosque since it was attacked on March 15 - the mosque has been handed back to the Muslim Association of Canterbury in New Zealand - but it hasn’t officially opened -
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Safwan Choudhry Mar 22
Meanwhile in , on the first Friday since the , various faith congregations from synagogues and churches across Toronto gathered at the Baitul Islam Mosque to form a as Muslims observe the Friday prayers.
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Muslim Advocates Mar 28
Replying to @FBI
Since then, there has been an arson at a San Diego-area mosque committed in homage to the . Yet the still hasn't responded. (2/4)
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Del Manak Mar 22
What started as a Sikh community idea ended up with all Victorians attending and forming a human chain around the Masjid Al-Iman Mosque during prayer service to show solidarity & support. officers proud to join in. Imam touched beyond words.
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CSIS Transnational Threats Mar 22
Cannot overstate the importance of this contribution from . "...the attack in New Zealand was possibly the first example of an act of terrorism committed by a white supremacist foreign fighter."
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Rochdale Council Mar 26
Tonight's council meeting is in progress and council have observed a minutes silence for the to start the proceedings.
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RepStar Mar 23
Was interviewed today by bbc radio 4 re and the reporter asked do I think if social media plays a part in diluting religion? Does the # tags re pray for something mean actually to pray or what does it mean?
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زياد الدريس Mar 23
Replying to @ZiadAldrees
On the international stage, If Nelson was an icon of forgiveness ,definitely PM of Jacinda will be remembered as an icon of tolerance.
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith Mar 26
Thanks to for sending me this. He's right my dad would have have hit it off with this old chap from the greatest generation, who took 4 buses to join a march against racism.
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Rita Katz Apr 3
Replying to @Rita_Katz
2) New gun measures, social media crack-downs, & other post- actions taken are feeding the far-right’s increasingly militant rhetoric intended to rally these movements & intimidate law-makers & tech companies into letting them keep their online havens
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Andy Fleming Mar 27
Re , this img was shared by Nathan Sykes on his now closed blog. In it, Tom Sewell of The Lads Society states that the boys knew the killer & he'd been around since 2016.
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سلمى محمد الحجري Mar 22
Replying to @Salmaal7ajry
The way she managed this catastrophic crisis is just a great lesson every leader should learn! She earned the love and respect of millions of people for her humanity and love!
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Babar Ahmad Apr 4
Guys, seriously?! Is there anything American Muslims will not commercialise? Does the trip include a guided tour of the crime scene too, where each bullet struck, where each victim fell and souvenirs of bloodied Qurans?
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