Argentina’s justice system will investigate allegations of war crimes committed by the Myanmar military against that country’s Rohingya minority under the legal premise of “universal justice” which holds that some horrific acts can be tried anywhere.
Bollywood movie Sooryavanshi is facing immense backlash for its Islamophobic content, despite being a box-office success in India. The global outcry is growing over the movie as it incites extremism and violence, amid demands to condemn such movies and stop producing them. https://youtu.be/XyoeoakiUiI
Women's Interfaith Council (WIC) in Nigeria has been awarded the Aachen Peace Prize for its work in the Nigerian state of Kaduna, separated by sectarian conflicts, where Christian and Muslim women stand together for peaceful coexistence and mutual respect. https://youtu.be/WxJ4lGW2KCY
The Irish parliament is trying to solve the issue of immigrants' access to healthcare services, as it found out that Muslim women face several obstacles inside hospitals, and that it is hard for non-English speakers to get healthcare services in a timely manner.
The UK government has apologized to a Muslim who was falsely described as an extremist hate preacher. Aidan Eardley, legal counsel for the home secretary, said that the accusation was a "big mistake", expressing his regret for the damage caused to "Salman Butt”.
The Islam Experience Centre (IXC) in the Netherlands organized an innovative initiative to introduce Islam through virtual reality. Via 3D glasses, pupils and students are introduced to various important locations, inventions and religious core values from Islam.
A new study found that Muslim Americans gave more to charity in 2020 than non-Muslims, despite making up just 1.1% of the population in the USA. Muslims gave more than $4.3 billion to mostly nonreligious causes, thus becoming the most generous minority in the US.
Muslims in several Western countries have expressed their shock after knowing that state bodies were secretly spying on mosques and worshipers under the pretext of combating extremism, a phenomenon described by the media as "suspicious acts fueled by Islamophobia." https://youtu.be/f_LKpSZapNU
National Commission for Minorities in India said that it had received complaints from Muslim, Christian and Sikh groups, calling for putting an end to the portrayal of minorities in Indian cinema in a humiliating and aggressive way that stirs hatred and violence.