Leaders of the Muslim community in Nigeria took a bold stance when some pledged to safeguard churches and Christians in Muslim-controlled areas, hoping to save lives and put an end to the sectarian conflict that started in Nigeria’s north several days ago.
Hollywood movie "They Are Us", which depicts the Christchurch attack in New Zealand, came under fire after the script was leaked. It was criticized by the Muslim community and the government for sidelining the victims and trying to profit from the tragedy. https://youtu.be/wPbrr9iP4Y4
11 international human rights organizations have called on the government of Sri Lanka to release citizens detained for months under the "Prevention of Terrorism" act, which is being used arbitrarily against religious minorities, especially Muslims and Tamils.
Reports of the German Foreign Intelligence Service indicated that the threat posed by ISIS and Al-Qaeda has not receded yet and that, despite the success achieved in combating terrorism worldwide, the number of groups practising terrorism has increased.
According to a security report ISIS has utilized a new strategy that focuses on recruiting minors via the Internet, to help it return to the battlefield and restore part of its alleged state that collapsed in March 2019. What are ISIS' odds of succeeding? https://youtu.be/LGcUeV3SI4w
A recent statistic revealed that Iraq was the most targeted state by ISIS during the 1st quarter of 2021, with 34.3% of total attacks. Using various tactics and weapons, ISIS targeted the army, police and civilians, in addition to power and electricity sector.
Muslims in Sri Lanka expressed their concern over the recently announced regulations of the controversial “Prevention of Terrorism Act”, which allow the detention of anyone for two years without trial, stressing that the act was used to target Muslims and Tamils.
In one week, gunmen attacked a mosque in Guagua De-Sapo, Nigeria, and kidnapped many hostages, and ISIS targeted a church in Kivu, Congo and killed 19 people, as part of a series of attacks on places of worship in Africa that show terrorism has no religion.