US foreign policy has caused the death of millions of people but it is political figures like Trump who use hate speech to score points for their own political gain
Ways to promote dialogue with France's Muslims, providing security for them, training Imams and funding mosques are the highlights of the plan due to be revealed Wednesday
116 Islamophobic attacks on Muslims in France have been reported within two weeks of the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris, a French observatory says.
French Institute of Public Opinion poll says almost half of French against publishing cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad.
Villiers-sur-Marne mayor Jacques-Alain Bénisti first called the movie, which he had not seen, “an apology for terrorism” and banned it. He later revised his position under pressure
Turkish president has called the Israeli government "arrogant" for denouncing the recent Paris attacks after what its army did in Gaza last summer. He also expressed his concern over the blame being put on Muslims by some media organizations in the aftermath of the France attacks.
President Hollande declares Charlie Hebdo attacks have nothing to do with Islam and suffering is being caused by extremist ideas as Muslim leaders in France says Muslims should avoid provocations
Satirical magazine extends print run to five million as copies sell out across France
About 1,000 supporters of far-right group confirm they will join anti-Muslim demonstration
While PEGIDA leaders deny they are racist, slogans like 'No Sharia!' and 'In 2035 Germans will be a minority!' betray a hostility to foreigners.
Turkey’s head of religious affairs says humanity did not speak up when millions of Muslims around the world were killed.
"With what nerve did he [Netanyahu] go there [Unity Rally], I'm having a trouble understanding this. You should first account for the murdered women and children." Erdogan said.
The Turkish PM strongly condemned the terror attacks but underlined they should not be associated with Islam.
Turkish premier stresses his government wants to see Europe show the same attention and sympathy it did for Paris killings towards the recent Islamophobic attacks on mosques
People who say that while they outright condemn the attacks, they still cannot bring themselves to support a newspaper that mocked religions.
Around 35,000 people attended the rally that was jointly organised by the state government of Saxony and the city of Dresden
As mocking young Mr Sarkozy converted to Judaism for money, Sine was accused of being Anti-Semitic and faced many preassures leading him to be fired from the weekly magazine
France has Europe's largest Muslim population and is in the throes of a virulent debate over national identity and the role of Islam.
A mosque in Le Mans, northwestern France, was attacked overnight with a bullet being fired into the building and several "training grenades", In the capital of Austria writings attacking Islam were found on Tuna Mosque building belonged to Vienna Islamic Center.
One question that remains "how is it possible after all, to act casual with guns in daylight at the center of such an important metrapolitan?"
The latest attack in Paris could well provide more fuel for anti-Islam movements across Europe