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The 193-member United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has adopted a resolution to proclaim March 15th as the International Day to Combat Islamophobia. About the resolution The resolution regarding International Day to Combat Islamophobia was introduced by Pakistan’s permanent representative to United Nations (UN), Munir Akram. The resolution was introduced on behalf of the Organization of ..
Category: International / World Current Affairs
At Paris summit, French President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern launched an ambitious new initiative to eliminate terrorist and violent content online. The initiative, “Christchurch Call”, was pushed by Ms Ardern after a white supremacist gunned down 51 people at two mosques in the New Zealand city in March. Participants will ..
Topics: Ardern • Christchurch • Christchurch Call to Action Summit • Christchurch mosque shootings • Gun politics in New Zealand • Internet censorship • Islamophobia • Jacinda • Jacinda Ardern • Politicians • Politics by country • Social media
Many thousands of Pakistanis Muslims all dressed in white have gathered in the Jhang city to form a human image of the New Zealand’s Al Noor mosque in the city of Christchurch where around 50 people were killed in a gun attack carried out by a white supremacist nearly a month ago. The court in ..
Topics: Al Noor Mosque • Alt-right • Anti-Muslim sentiment • Christchurch • Christchurch mosque shootings • Islam in New Zealand • Islamophobia • Jacinda Ardern • Linwood Islamic Centre • Persecution of Muslims • Politics by country • Violence against Muslims
New Zealand’s parliament has voted to pass the gun reform bill 119-1 to prohibit military-style semi-automatic weapons, aftermath of the Christchurch attacks which killed 50 people. It is expected to become law within the next few days after receiving royal assent from the governor general. PM Jacinda Ardern has announced changes to the law after ..
Topics: Christchurch • Christchurch mosque shootings • Countries • Gun politics in New Zealand • Islamophobia • Jacinda • Jacinda Ardern • Military-style semi-automatic firearms • New Zealand • Politicians
A week ago 50 people were killed at 2 mosques in New Zealand. The mosque was closed for investigation after the attack. As it was reopened 3000 people walked in side the mosque to honour the victims. New zealand has banned all the semi automatic weapons and assault rifles following the attack. A NAtional Memorial ..
Topics: Attacks • Christchurch mosque shootings • Current Affairs – August, 2019 • Current Affairs – September, 2019 • Islam • Islamic architecture • Islamic culture • Islamophobia • Monotheistic religions • Mosque • New Zealand • Persecution of Muslims • Quebec City mosque shooting • Violence • Violence against Shia Muslims
In a tragic turn of events, 49 people were gunned down by at least one gunman and leftover 20 seriously wounded while men were offering prayers at two mosques in New Zealand in the worst ever mass shooting in the history of New Zealand. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has condemned the attack. The gunman later ..