Literature and culture can play a pivotal role in combating extremism. A study by the University of Cambridge on terrorism and Islamophobia analyzed the books for young adults published in Britain after the attacks of September 11, 2001 until now.
After being criticized by human rights organizations, an American Tennessee newspaper apologized to all Muslims for publishing an anti-Muslim "horrific and utterly indefensible" advertisement, which promoted Islamophobia and could incite hatred against Muslims.
Education officials in Indore, India, discriminated against Muslim students and forced them to take their exams under the hot sun to prevent the spread of the corona virus. It prompted the media to consider it a manifestation of Islamophobia in India.
The German President, Frank Steinmeier, congratulated Muslims on Eid Alfitr and pledged to continue his efforts to combat Islamophobia. He believes the protection of Muslims is the state's duty, and Germany should never accept violent attacks against Muslims.
Researchers at the University of Sussex, who were studying the impact of hate crimes on Muslims, did not expect their findings to be mentioned in a 1,400-year-old Hadith! In a film produced by Sawt Alhikma, we learn about how this Hadith was proven to be a scientific fact.
Sawt Al-Hikma Launches a Campaign to Collect Signatures for the United Nations to Adopt the International Solidarity Day Against IslamophobiaWriter Posts
Official statistics issued by international organizations has revealed the frightening development of the Islamophobia phenomenon worldwide, especially in countries with Muslim minorities. The anti-Muslim attacks and sentiments have increased, and they pose an imminent threat to the lives of many members of these minorities. The Sawt Al-Hikma Center, affiliated with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, recognizes the seriousness of this phenomenon and the necessity of an international action to address it. For this reason, they decided to launch a global campaign to collect electronic signatures to raise international public awareness and to ask the United Nations organization to adopt March ... Read More