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  • The Stealth Crusade
    The Stealth Crusade By Barry Yeoman | Wed May 1, 2002 12:00 AM PST At 8 o'clock on a warm Monday morning in January, 20 students file into Rick Love's classroom at Columbia International University in South Carolina. Eyes glassy from writing papers all weekend, they clutch Styrofoam cups of Folgers a...
  • Uygur victims of south China toy factory brawl condemn Xinjiang riot
    Uygur victims of south China toy factory brawl condemn Xinjiang riot ...
  • Uighurs and China's Xinjiang Region
    Uighurs and China's Xinjiang Region Author: Preeti Bhattacharji, Research Associate Updated: July 6, 2009 ...
  • UN headquarters in Gaza City hit by Israeli artillery
    UN headquarters in Gaza City hit by Israeli artillery Last Updated: Thursday, January 15, 2009 | 5:58 AM ET Comments189...
  • UN and Red Cross halt Gaza aid deliveries after Israeli attacks on staff
    UN and Red Cross halt Gaza aid deliveries after Israeli attacks on staff Module body ...
  • Palestinian supporters in Vancouver rally against Israeli attacks
    Palestinian supporters in Vancouver rally against Israeli attacks Erin Loxam VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) | Saturday, January 3rd, 2009 5:27 pm ...
  • Muslim man wins human rights case of post-9/11 paranoia
    Muslim man wins human rights case of post-9/11 paranoia Last Updated: Thursday, July 24, 2008 | 1:56 AM ET Comments0...
  • Hamas, Hezbollah websites hosted by Canadian servers
    Hamas, Hezbollah websites hosted by Canadian servers Last Updated: Friday, July 11, 2008 | 7:38 PM ET Comments23...
  • Israel's anti-Arab parties
    Israel's anti-Arab parties By Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank ...
  • Toronto marchers back right to publish Muhammad cartoons
    Toronto marchers back right to publish Muhammad cartoons Last Updated Sat, 11 Mar 2006 22:03:47 EST CBC News More than 100 demonstrators took to the streets in Toronto on Saturday to support free speech. TIMELINE: Muhammad cartoons ...
  • Local Muslim community holds open house
    Local Muslim community holds open house Feb, 22 2006 - 1:40 AM VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) - Every year, local Muslims gather for a special conference on the character of the holy prophet Muhammed. Tuesday evening, organizers opened it up to the public, in light of the worldwide de...
  • US rejects Guantanamo closure call
    US rejects Guantanamo closure call ...
  • Western Canadian magazine publishes Muhammad cartoons
    Western Canadian magazine publishes Muhammad cartoons Last Updated Mon, 13 Feb 2006 12:00:28 EST CBC News The publisher of an Alberta-based political magazine is defending his decision to publish controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, saying Western media have been cowed into fear. ...
  • New threats of violence in Indonesia
    New threats of violence in Indonesia Last Updated Sat, 24 Dec 2005 08:42:14 EST CBC News Thousands of security forces are on guard across Indonesia amid threats that al-Qaeda-linked militants were planning attacks over the holiday period. * INDEPTH: Indonesia Maj. Gen. Firman Gani, Jakarta's police chief, said Jemaah Islamiyah militants might try to retaliate for the death of bomb-making expert Azahari Husin, who was gunned down in a...
  • Israel, Palestinians argue over tourist access to Bethlehem
    Israel, Palestinians argue over tourist access to Bethlehem Last Updated Wed, 21 Dec 2005 18:30:20 EST CBC News It may be best known as the birthplace of Jesus, but some Arab merchants say the Israeli army is making it harder for tourists to visit Bethlehem. This Christmas season, it's expected about 80,000 Christian pilgrims will visit the historic West Bank town. But locals say the presence of a towering concrete wall and metal gate controlled by the...
  • Serbs on trial for Srebrenica massacre
    Serbs on trial for Srebrenica massacre by Tuesday 20 December 2005 4:36 PM GMT Footage showed handcuffed prisoners being shot in the back Five Serb paramilitaries who allegedly appeared in a video showing the murder of Muslim youths during the Srebrenica massacre have gone on trial in Belgrade. The war crimes trial is the first to be held in Serbia concerning the July 1995 massacre of about 8000 Muslim males in Bosnia's wartime enclave o...
  • US 'must fight for Palestine'
    US 'must fight for Palestine' by Thursday 15 December 2005 9:54 AM GMT A flag is little use without a functioning state America’s fight against terrorism will fail unless it leads efforts to create a viable Palestinian state, according to the former Australian prime minister. Bob Hawke, speaking on Thursday at a global peace forum in Kuala Lumpur, said: "Nothing effective can be done while the festering sore of the Palestinian problem co...
  • Progressive Muslim MeetUps
    Progressive Muslim MeetUps CBC News Viewpoint | December 13, 2005 | More from Natasha Fatah Natasha Fatah Natasha Fatah is a producer for CBC Radio's Current Affairs Show "As It Happens." Prior to that, she was a television and radio reporter in Windsor, Ontario. She has degrees in Journalism from Ryerson University and in Political Science from the University of Toronto. She has lectured on anti-racism, politics and media studies at elementary and secondary schools around ...
  • Calls grow to free Iraq hostages
    Calls grow to free Iraq hostages by Tuesday 13 December 2005 11:03 AM GMT Palestinians are demanding that the hostages be freed Supporters and well-wishers from around the globe have appealed for the release of four Christian activists held hostage in Iraq, with Muslim groups and relatives reiterating that the four supported the Iraqi people. The previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, which kidnapped the four men from the Ch...
  • Who'd have thought it - Blinky Bill, the face of race hatred
    Who'd have thought it - Blinky Bill, the face of race hatred * * Email * Print * Normal font * Large font By John Huxley December 13, 2005 AdvertisementAdvertisement ITS members sing Waltzing Matilda. Its flyers carry pictures of Blinky Bill. And its posters feature the starry cross of the 1854 Eureka uprising. But don't be deceived, say its many critics. The Patriotic Youth ...
  • Indonesia Muslims to guard churches
    Indonesia Muslims to guard churches by Friday 09 December 2005 5:51 AM GMT Christians form the country\'s second largest religious group Volunteers from Indonesia\'s largest Islamic organisation will guard churches across the world\'s most populous Muslim nation on Christmas amid fears of terrorist attacks. Jakarta police have said they will boost security in the capital ahead of Christmas to avoid a repeat of 2000 Christmas Eve bombings...
  • Rice says cruel interrogation barred, leaves questions about U.S. practices
    Rice says cruel interrogation barred, leaves questions about U.S. practices 15:26:09 EST Dec 7, 2005 ANNE GEARAN KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave Washington's most comprehensive accounting yet of U.S. rules on treatment of prisoners in the war on terrorism Wednesday, but her assurances left loopholes for practices akin to torture. Rice said cruel and degrading interrogation methods are off limits for all U.S. personnel at h...
  • Iraqi group urges prison abuse inquiry
    Iraqi group urges prison abuse inquiry by Wednesday 16 November 2005 11:19 AM GMT Some detainees are said to have been abused Iraq's government faces calls for an international inquiry into abuse at a secret prison in Baghdad where inmates were reportedly tortured, beaten and starved. The call by the Sunni-based Iraqi Islamic Party on Wednesday comes after revelations that about 170 detainees, mostly Sunni, were illegally held at a centr...
  • Religious turbulence hits Indonesia
    Religious turbulence hits Indonesia by Marianne Kearney in Jakarta, Indonesia Sunday 09 October 2005 9:25 AM GMT The attacks have been a blot on Indonesia's religious tolerance A spate of recent church closures and attacks on the compound of a sect has highlighted a debate raging within the Indonesian Muslim community over religious freedom and tolerance. On 21 September, hundreds of young men attacked the compound of a small sect, the A...
  • Guantanamo ordeal of Aljazeera cameraman
    Guantanamo ordeal of Aljazeera cameraman by Asim Khan & Mahfoud El Gartit Wednesday 26 October 2005 9:06 AM GMT Sami al-Hajj says he has suffered physical and sexual abuse Sami Muhy al-Din al-Hajj, a Sudanese national, was arrested by the US military while working for Aljazeera during the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, and detained in Guantanamo for four years without trial. Aljazeera.net spoke to al-Hajj's lawyer, Clive Stafford-Sm...
  • Israel repeats threat to hamper polls
    Israel repeats threat to hamper polls by Wednesday 21 September 2005 9:46 AM GMT Minister Silvan Shalom addressed the UN General Assembly Israel has reiterated threats to hamper January's Palestinian election if the Islamic movement Hamas stands, despite being urged by the US to cooperate in organising the polls. "We will not allow Hamas to take part in the elections," Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom told public radio in an interview on W...
  • Israeli Arabs cannot be 'terror victims'
    Israeli Arabs cannot be 'terror victims' by Tuesday 30 August 2005 12:03 PM GMT The Israeli soldier was a member of the Kach terror group The Israeli soldier who killed four Israeli Arabs in a shooting rampage on a bus has been branded a Jewish terrorist, but the people who died cannot be recognised as terrorist victims, the defence ministry says. Under current Israeli law, an assailant must be a member of the "enemy forces" against Isra...
  • US televangelist wants Chavez killed
    US televangelist wants Chavez killed by Tuesday 23 August 2005 6:56 AM GMT Chavez has emerged as one of America's harshest critics US televangelist Pat Robertson has called for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez while a radio host has been fired by a Washington station after he refused to apologise for calling Islam a terrorist organisation. Calling Chavez a "terrific danger" to the US, Robertson, founder of the Christ...
  • Settler-funding a billion dollar question
    Settler-funding a billion dollar question by Friday 12 August 2005 7:05 AM GMT Some believe $60 billion has been pumped into settlements Israel's illegal effort since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war to fill the West Bank and Gaza Strip with Jews has grown from the scattered actions of zealous squatters into a network of 142 settlements that house nearly 240,000 people. Now that Israel plans to spend $2 billion to dismantle just 25 of these enc...
  • Hate crimes against U.K. Muslims soar
    Hate crimes against U.K. Muslims soar Last Updated Wed, 03 Aug 2005 13:33:12 EDT CBC News The number of hate crimes primarily affecting Muslims in the United Kingdom soared 600 per cent in the weeks after the London bombings on July 7, police say. * INDEPTH: London Bombing Crime statistics show there were 269 hate-motivated attacks in the three weeks following the bombings that killed 56 people. Similar crimes during the same period ...
  • Jewish leaders worried by escalating Israel-Vatican spat over terror
    Jewish leaders worried by escalating Israel-Vatican spat over terror comments 01:09 PM EDT Jul 29 NICOLE WINFIELD VATICAN CITY (AP) - Jewish leaders said Friday they were worried by an escalating spat between the Vatican and Israel over papal pronouncements on terrorism and urged both sides to tone down the rhetoric to avoid any lasting damage to relations. Rome's chief rabbi, Riccardo Di Segni, said the dispute was "only damaging for both parties" and...
  • Palestinians protest Gaza smokescreen
    Palestinians protest Gaza smokescreen by Laila El-Haddad in Gaza Thursday 28 July 2005 12:40 PM GMT Six Palestinian protesters were wounded by Israeli forces Palestinians have burned rubber tyres along the trail of the Israeli separation barrier in the West Bank in a symbolic protest against its ongoing construction under the smokescreen of the Gaza pullout. Black smoke seen rising along the wall's path from the areas of Marda to Qalandi...
  • Top Israeli official says barrier meant to ensure Jewish majority in Jerusalem
    Top Israeli official says barrier meant to ensure Jewish majority in Jerusalem 02:06 PM EDT Jul 11 KARIN LAUB JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's separation barrier in and around Jerusalem is meant to ensure a Jewish majority in the disputed city, a cabinet minister acknowledged Monday, contradicting government claims that the divider is solely a temporary security measure. Israel's cabinet on Sunday approved final details of the 65-kilometre Jerusalem barrier, ...
  • Israeli army seals off Gaza strip
    Israeli army seals off Gaza strip Last Updated Thu, 30 Jun 2005 08:53:25 EDT CBC News Hundreds of Israeli soldiers have stormed a hotel in the Gaza Strip in order to remove 150 Jewish extremists, who had barricaded themselves inside for several weeks. The ultra-nationalists had vowed to make the derelict Palm Beach Hotel their base of operations to protest Israel's planned pullout from the Gaza. An opponent of Israel's planned pullout from the G...
  • Israel accused of covering up murders
    Israel accused of covering up murders by Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank Monday 27 June 2005 6:18 PM GMT Rights groups say Israeli soldiers are trigger-happy The Israeli human rights organisation, B'tselem, has accused the Israeli occupation army of whitewashing the murders of hundreds of innocent Palestinian civilians. The organisation, which monitors Israeli human rights violations in the occupied territories, described Monday's convic...
  • Israel signals renewed assassinations
    Israel signals renewed assassinations by Wednesday 22 June 2005 6:44 AM GMT Israel says it will resume its attack on Palestinian fighters Israel has resumed an assassination policy against resistance fighters from the Islamic Jihad group, confirming Palestinian reports of a failed Israeli missile strike in Gaza a day earlier. "There was an attempt in Gaza to intercept an [Islamic Jihad] activist yesterday. It was unsuccessful," Public Se...
  • The US war with Iran has already begun
    The US war with Iran has already begun by Scott Ritter Sunday 19 June 2005 12:06 PM GMT Americans, along with the rest of the world, are starting to wake up to the uncomfortable fact that President George Bush not only lied to them about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq (the ostensible excuse for the March 2003 invasion and occupation of that country by US forces), but also about the very process that led to war. On 16 October 2002, President Bu...
  • Library removes Kazemi photos after complaint
    Library removes Kazemi photos after complaint Last Updated Tue, 07 Jun 2005 13:05:21 EDT CBC Arts An exhibition of work by slain Canadian photographer Zahra Kazemi has been shut down, following complaints it was too sympathetic to the Palestinian uprising. Last week, a collection of 23 black-and-white photos Kazemi took during her travels in countries like Israel, Iran and Afghanistan opened at a municipal library in the Montreal borough of Côte Saint-...
  • When Government Agencies Manufacture Terror
    This is quite alarming if the RCMP (Police) in Canada could even manipulate and coerce, vulnerable, addicts who became Muslims. A lot of rhetoric calls for "Muslims to speak out against terror and stop it". How can we stop it when the police are the ones behind it and possibly other governments and intelligence agencies? In fact if we look at most cases of terror no one is ever held responsible for organizing or creating the terror. Sufficient investigation i...
  • Allah is GOD in "Aramaic", the language Jesus spoke
    Allah is GOD in "Aramaic", the language Jesus spoke With Ramadan around the corner (generally accepted as tomorrow if the new moon is sighted) I felt like doing some research and it turns out what my friend said is true (god is "Allah" in Armaic") and hopefully the Christians that knock on my door every few months will come back soon (although they promised to visit soon last time we spoke). It is a historical fact that Jesus spoke the "Aramaic" language so n...
  • I concur
    I concur Nadia, Toronto Visit www.ifamericansknew.com they have facts pooled together by other organizations. Also read up on Amnesty International’s long list of American violations in regards to Human Rights (and the media had you believe that only Muslim countries were ruthless). It’s strange how CBC makes it a long cover story when a Muslim attacks someone, but will barely mention anything on these other VERY SOLID stories. My suggestion to our Canadian Muslims’, STOP r...
  • They’re already dead.
    Poetry By Nada (note to the reader, this is a copy righted item and can not be linked or copied without the consent from the author) copy righted 2005 Nada Mansuek Send my love to all those who died, to Americans, and Iraqi’s alike. There are too many to count, and write down. So I’m sorry if I missed your name. To anyone who lost one of your own Just remember that you’re still alive. Rest well uncle, Allah (God) has ...
  • The Christian Effect
    The Christian Effect Areeb Yasir Christian organizations are everywhere, helping and giving to the poor. They are in South Africa, India, Afghanistan, Mexio and Iran. They are everywhere, trying to help everyone. But what they are doing in exchange is preaching Christianity, encouraging Muslims and other believers from different faiths to become Christian. Of course, the main thing is that they are helping. How many Muslim organizations out there are there i...

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