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During these unprecedented times, there’s no one we should celebrate more than those risking their lives and well-being right on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.
Shire’s poetry is a means to bridge the narrative of majority-white societies and the reality of immigrants and/or refugees, as well as, POC’s in general.
Most news outlets are continuing to report the rise in infectious cases and the increasing death toll worldwide. But I assure you it’s not all doom and gloom.
Christchurch shooting suspect Brenton Tarrant has suddenly pleaded guilty for the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand last year, which killed 51 people and injured 49 others.
I find it most beautiful that although the Qur’an emphasizes the revelations revealed to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Allah still validates the previous religions.
My decision to home-school my children came long before their arrival. I truly believe that the safest environment for a child to start learning is in the comfort of their own home
25 of the small community were killed when gunmen burst into their gurdwara and opened fire on the worshippers, of whom included at least one child. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.
It has been found by the NHS that British Muslims are at greater risk of catching the coronavirus and has been hit the hardest compared to other religious groups.
The 53-year-old was reported to have displayed discriminatory language in the classroom and on social media. In one instance, he referred to Islam as the ‘cancer of the world.’
Despite these apocalyptic conditions, bigotry and hate from the far-right continues to rear its ugly head – much like the novel coronavirus, the poisonous far-right doesn’t seem to get the hint: “go away!”
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