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Migrant Deaths

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The 25th of November 2022 marked the one-year anniversary of the death of 31 mostly Muslim migrants crossing the English Channel in a rubber dinghy.The deaths have been marked as the worst maritime disaster in the Channel for 30 years. The circumstances of the horrific events are even more disturbing.
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Qatar is a Secular Country and Will Not Ban Alcohol in its World Cup

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The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) announced that alcoholic beverages will not be sold in the eight stadiums that will host the 2022 World Cup matches in Qatar.Alcoholic beverages were to be served “in designated areas within the stadiums,” although their sale is strictly controlled in the Muslim Gulf state.
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The Hijab is Not a Personal Choice; it is a part of the Social System in Sharia

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Teen Vogue ran a story titled “Wearing the Hijab Should Be a Personal Choice, American Muslim Women Say.”. The aim of the article was to promote diversity and inclusion and give voice to so called marginalized groups. The following quote can be found in the article, “Since the late 19th century, this personal yet public symbol of a Muslim woman’s faith has been used as a political tool to control…
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Under Secular Systems, Human Suffering is Disregarded for Political Mileage

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In recent weeks, the British government has been under fire for the inhumane treatment of asylum seekers in its immigration centres, and the appalling conditions in which they are held while waiting to be processed once they arrive on the country’s shores. Around 4000 people were kept at the Manston facility in Kent, a former airbase, that should only hold 1600 people.
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The Oldest Brother to be Released from Guantanamo

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The news agency NPR reported that the oldest prisoner in Guantanamo Bay was released at the age of 75 bringing the population down to 35. Saifullah Paracha was sent home to his native Pakistan in the last week of October 2022. The release was approved based on the fact that there was zero evidence for his detention and that there could be no further justification for keeping him incarcerated.
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When Saviours are made Victims

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BSP leader Imran Masood said on Saturday in a tweet that was posted in Hindi, “The state is becoming unsafe for daughters under the rule of CM Yogi Adityanath. In Meerut, BDS student Vania Shaikh committed suicide by jumping from the terrace, her classmate molested her publicly and slapped her for protesting.” (Free Press Journal)
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Deep Fake Technology under Liberal Values Destroys the Lives of Thousands of Women

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On the 21st of October 2022 the BBC reported on the story of Anti-vice campaigner Kate Isaacs. Her campaigns to limit explicit content that objectifies women for entertainment and profit was met with videos being made using her image. These “deepfake” videos digitally superimpose her face over other actors to create a false sense that she compromised her own moral standards.
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