Muslim en las noticias
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· A boot is crushing the neck of American democracy →
The four catastrophes Martin Luther King Jr warned us about – militarism (in Asia, Africa and the Middle East), poverty (at record levels), materialism (with narcissistic addictions to money, fame and spectacle) and racism (against black and indigenous people, Muslims, Jews and non-white immigrants) – have laid bare the organised hatred, greed and corruption in the country.
· Xinjiang vice chairman faces anti-graft investigation →
BEIJING, June 1 — A high-level official in northwest Xinjiang region — where Muslim minorities have been held in internment camps — has come under investigation by the country’s anti-corruption agency, authorities said today.
· Lebanon says too early to claim victory over virus →
The number of deaths has grown very slowly in recent weeks and, while the lockdown was maintained throughout the holy Muslim fasting of Ramadan, Hassan said Lebanon might even afford to send some of its staff to help other countries.
· Stacey Dooley: BBC host defends interview with Isis rape victim against claims it was ‘exploitative’ →
Last year, the BBC was forced to apologise after the presenter referred to a Muslim prayer gesture as an “Isis salute”.
· China jeers as George Floyd protests sweep U.S. →
More recently, China's internment of hundreds of thousands of Uighur Muslims has also provoked condemnation from Washington on China's human rights record.
The New York Times
· How Minneapolis, One of America’s Most Liberal Cities, Struggles With Racism →
In 2018, Minnesotans elected Representative Ilhan Omar, a Somali-American and Muslim, the first woman of color from the state to serve in Congress.
· US anti-racism protests stretch to distant New Zealand →
Black lives matter, indigenous lives matter, Muslim lives matter.”
Hong Kong Free Press
· HKFP Lens: Fasting, feasting and social distancing – Ramadan in Hong Kong during Covid-19 →
It was an unprecedented time for the Muslim community to be observing Ramadan, the year’s holiest month.
The New York Times
· Lawyer Colinford Mattis Accused in Molotov Cocktail Attack on Police →
Ms. Rahman, a graduate of Fordham Law School, works as a human rights lawyer, according to a Facebook post about an April 30 talk she was scheduled to give to a Muslim group, where she was to discuss “Love of the Earth.”
· Commentary: What’s behind Mahathir’s sacking and Malaysia’s new political drama →
This year’s celebrations were subdued because Malaysian Muslims living in urban areas could not “balik kampung” (return home).