A recent study issued by the Union of Islamic Communities of Spain revealed that the number of Muslims exceeded the threshold of two million for the first time. It reached 2.1 million Muslims by the end of 2019, 48% of whom hold the Spanish nationality.
The United States and the Taliban announced that they signed an agreement that ends the longest war in American history. They want to start a peaceful political settlement dialogue, which could become a turning point in the future of Afghanistan.
In Delhi, India, brutal violence targeting Muslims, their homes, and mosques continues. The Hindu nationalist gangs have killed and injured hundreds of Muslims to prevent them from protesting the citizenship law that was deemed discriminatory and unfair to Muslims.
The results of a survey conducted by Newcastle University showed that Islamophobia in Scotland has worsened over the past few years. It has made many Muslims feel like aliens in their own country because of their religious affiliation due to being exposed to abuse.
Save the Children has asked the international community to provide urgent assistance to children in areas of terrorism. It's recently released 2018 report revealed that a sixth of the world's children live in these areas, resulting in death and injuries.
A few days ago, the UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance & Non Violence 2020 started accepting nominations. It aims to honor individuals who promote non-violence all over the world. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2020.
After the Executive Committee meeting between foreign ministers, the OIC announced its complete rejection of the Deal Of The Century because it lacks the simplest elements of justice and does not meet the basic rights of the Palestinian people.
According to figures issued by the Office for National Statistics, Muslims have become the fastest growing religious group in England the past few years, as the 2016 census shows that the number has exceeded 3 million people.
Despite the hits that the ISIS terrorist group has received in the past months, its remnants are still spread among many cities in the Middle East. They are seeking financing to revive their collapsed caliphate and continue their crimes against innocent people.
Al-Hol camp, one of the largest refugee camps, consists of 72000 displaced people, mostly women and children. International reports suggest that some ISIS women members want to carry out terrorist attacks in compliance with the requests of the leaders of the collapsing organization.