Dr Anisa Ibrahim moved to the U.S. in 1993 as a young refugee. Her family fled unrest from the Somali Civil War. She now leads Harborview Medical Centre's Paediatrics Clinic in Seattle.
The United Nations (UN) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) called on India to restore rights to India-administered Kashmir on Wednesday.
The sentence is "entirely disproportionate with the criminal act of killing an unarmed child protester," says a human rights organization.
RIYADH: The EU’s special representative for the Middle East peace process expressed her “optimism” for an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but admitted a two-state solution was the only viable option.
The UN human rights office says it is extremely concerned that the population of Indian-administered Kashmir continues to be deprived of a wide range of human rights.
Pervasive deteriorating facts on the ground in Israeli-Palestinian conflict, “are pushing us very further” from achieving a viable Two-State solution
Umrah companies are now allowed extension of their Umrah programmes and purchasing services packages through “Maqam” e-portal within the visa’s validity period.
Muslims have long suffered from discrimination and hate speech leaning toward racism throughout the world, yet in recent years the situation seems to have gotten worse with several incidents such as the Christchurch attack
The THEKWINI Municipality was lauded by mayors attending the C40 World Mayor’s Summit in Copenhagen for being the first city in Africa to develop the Climate Action Plan aimed at reducing carbon emissions.
Senior Indian journalists voice concerns over toxicity in newsrooms
In July 2009, days after violent riots in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang and homeland of the mostly Muslim Uighurs,