How do cricket fans keep their passion going in New York City? Imran Khan reports from the International House.
“I have never felt more at risk for myself and for others who identify themselves as Muslims,” says Sheikh Ali K Mashhour, Imam at the Islamic Cultural Center of New York.
Hate crimes against Muslims in America went up by 67 per cent in 2015, according to FBI’s latest report released in 2016. In 2014, this number went up by 14pc.
A radicalised Pakistan’s long-drawn struggle to de-radicalise itself took a key turn when the law of the land took its due course, resulting in Mumtaz Qadri’s hanging. However, it is what happens next that will define the narrative around Qadri and whether his hanging will help Pakistan on its way to de-radicalisation.
Three people were removed from their positions over the issue of having an Israeli stall at a mock United Nations debating contest at the Islamic International University, Islamabad. This was done because of their ‘culpability’ in promoting Israel’s agenda. Well, actually no, they did not do anything of the sort. They were suspended because they organised a Model UN conference — a simulation of the United Nations — where Israel was represented as a country.
Times Square was eerily silent as election results came in and Donald Trump looked set to become America’s next president. Watch this video to find out how people reacted!
Protesters walked up to the Trump Tower in Manhattan to voice their opposition of President-elect Donald Trump. Watch this video to find out their concerns!
City restaurant owners could get a break from surprise health inspections if a proposed New York State bill passes.
Details of the bill, the “Restaurant Owner Whistleblower Protection Act” were outlined Tuesday at Flushing Town Hall in Queens.
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