MP Yasmin Qureshi has accused national newspapers of prejudice in the debate over the ethics of halal and kosher meat.
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Cuba’s Muslims enjoy good relations with the ruling Communist Party. But getting approval to build a mosque is no easy task on the island, where bureaucracy and ideology reign.
Halal and Kosher meat are banned but Danish law allows for animal bordellos.
A Polish imam has claimed an alleged arson attack on a mosque was “revenge” by animal rights activists.
The genius Stephani Bannister isn’t “opposed to Islam as a country.”
An alleged food contamination scare involving one of Australia’s favourite foods has exposed a One Nation candidate’s anti-Muslim campaign.
John Oliver interviews Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu of the OIC.
Disturbing anti-Islam/Muslim protests in Sri Lanka.
A candidate for Bob Katter’s fledgling political party declared his preference for buying ”guaranteed non-halal meat” so his money does not ”go to the Muslim community”.
The National Front has invited its members to walk through the town distributing flyers and displaying banners opposing the Muslim practice of slaughter on Saturday, September 15.
The Dutch upper house, the Senate, on Tuesday rejected a bill that would have banned the ritual slaughter of animals and had been criticised by both Muslim and Jewish groups.
A new covenant aims to allow Jews and Muslims to continue to perform ritual slaughter of animals while answering the broadly supported call to prevent animal suffering.
Prime Minister Francois Fillon made the suggestion after Sarkozy called at the weekend for butchers to clearly label meat slaughtered according to religious laws.