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Three British Muslim siblings interrogated on London airport runway after fellow passengers claimed seeing Arabic text on phone. Sakina Dharas, 24, her sister Maryam, 19, and their brother Ali, 21, were on board EasyJet flight EZY3249 from London's Stansted Airport to the Italian city of Naples on August 17.

Sakina told that as the plane was about to take off, a crew member ordered the siblings off the aircraft and escorted them down the staircase to the tarmac, where they were met by...

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish rabbis have banned women from going to university. The strict Satmar sect issued the decree warning that university education for women is “dangerous”. Written in Yiddish, the decree warns: “It has lately become the new trend that girls and married women are pursuing degrees in special education. Some attend classes and others online. And so we’d like to let their parents know that it is against the Torah.

“We will be very strict about this. No girls attending...

Racial inequality is getting worse in the United Kingdom, with young black people and ethnic minorities suffering "institutional racism" and "unfairness" in the fields of education, employment and the criminal justice system, a human rights watchdog has said.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said in its latest report on Thursday that race was the motive in 82 percent of hate crimes recorded in England and Wales, with the two nations witnessing an "unprecedented spike"...

The man had been listening to interviewee Ruqaiya Haris talk about her experiences of 'hate messages' on Twitter.
This is the shocking moment a man interrupts an interview with a Muslim woman about Islamophobia - by shouting out an Islamophobic comment.
Catrin Nye was interviewing 23-year-old student Ruqaiya Haris about her experiences on social media for The Victoria Derbyshire Show when the man decided to jump in with the remark.
Ruqaiya tells the camera that she doesn't...

Celtic could face another UEFA charge after a number of fans waved Palestinian flags during Wednesday's game with Hapoel Be’er Sheva.
The Parkhead club were known to be concerned about the ramifications of political statements being made inside a sporting arena.
While there were no widespread or sustained protests, the fact around 30 such flags were in evidence in the standing section could lead to another charge.

Almost 7,000 "Islamophobic" tweets were sent, in English, every day in July worldwide, data seen by the BBC suggests.
This compared to 2,500 in April, with peaks recorded following the Nice lorry attack and the attempted military coup in Turkey.
Forty-nine words and hashtags were used as indicators of anti-Islamic tweets, by the think tank Demos.
Twitter said it was "continuing to invest heavily" in preventing abuse.
Demos analysed tweets recorded between March and...

Muslim women are discriminated against in the job market, making them the most economically disadvantaged group in British society, according to a report by MPs. A report by the Women and Equalities Committee discovered Muslim women are three times more likely to be unemployed and looking for work than women generally, and are more than twice as likely to be economically inactive. Evidence suggested the biggest cause of the "acute" disadvantage felt by Muslim women was their religion, and...

BBC radio presenter Ian Timms has made reference to Somalian pirates while discussing the Somali Olympic team's results at a sailing event in Rio. Ian says: "We've got some sailing results from the Olympics in Rio tongiht. Team GB have taken gold, Denmark have taken silver, and Somalia have taken a middle-aged couple who were sailing around the world."He adds: "The Somali Olympic coach has had to apologise to officials on behalf of the team after realising that shooting and sailing were, in...

On 25 July 2016, a British Muslim woman was detained at a UK airport and questioned under terror laws after a cabin crew member spotted her reading a Syrian culture book on board her honeymoon flight.
National Health Service (NHS) worker Faizah Shaheen, who helps prevent teenage mental health patients from becoming radicalized, was returning from honeymoon in Marmaris, Turkey, when she was stopped by South Yorkshire Police at Doncaster Airport.
The 27-year-old was pulled over...

Coup soldiers attacked civilians with tanks, F-16 jets and helicopters. They targeted innocent civilians deliberately. Turkish parliament and Presidential Complex were also bombed by coup plotters. However, despite this tragic event that no representatives or officials from EU have visited for condolence since failed coup in Turkey.

United States and European Countries had not condemned until it was obvious that coup was failing. During the coup attempt, US Secretary of State John Kerry hoped for "stability, peace, continuity", not for democracy. Amid the coup attempt, US Embassy in Turkey referred the coup as "uprising". United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon also said that "United Nations appeals for calm in Turkey", not for democracy. United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson expressed "concern" over "...

Katie Hopkins, British TV personality and newspaper columnist, tweeted on 10 November 2014 that "Palestinians busy knifing Israelis. 2 state solution my arse. Filthy rodents burrowing beneath Israel. Time to restart the bombing campaign."

The shocking outburst was filmed by the victim’s friend as they sat in a car in the north of England, believed to be Yorkshire. The racist man, who voted Brexit, angrily says: “You’re taking our jobs when we have nothing to live for.”
His victim, referred to as Naz, replies: “What has that got to do with me?
“You sign on – why don’t you go get a job?
“It’s uneducated mother f**kers like you that are stereotyped.
“You’re f**ked in the head.”

Rep. Peter King said that U.S. intelligence agencies have to "surveil the Muslim communities, watch them more carefully" in light of the deadly French attacks that killed as many as 80 people and injured more than 100 others.