An isolated incident or the cause of weak gun laws and divisive rhetoric?

Yet another mass shooting in the USAn isolated incident or the cause of weak gun laws and divisive rhetoric? Posted by The Oust on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 Please follow and like us:http://www.theoust.com/2017/10/03/an-isolated-incident-or-the-cause-of-weak-gun-laws-and-divisive-rhetoric/Follow

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A Finnish National Entrepreneur and Investor Detained from his Hotel in Jigjiga

Mohamud “Shujaac” Haji Abdirahmaan was detained on Wednesday by the regional police of Jigjiga, Eastern Ethiopia, in what appears to be a politicized arrest. He is a Finnish national who had recently returned to his

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Turkey: One year after the coup attempt

Turkey has had an eventful and challenging year recovering from last year’s coup attempt. The country has also had to deal with the war in neighboring Syria heading in its sixth year, terrorist attacks from

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Has Finnish police failed to protect the Muslims from backlash?

A deadly knife attack, appearing to be first of its kind, shook the southwestern city of Turku leaving 2 people dead and 8 people injured. It was carried out by an 18-year-old Moroccan citizen who

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Is Opposing Grand Mosque Project in Helsinki a Plain Double Standard?

The planned grand mosque in Helsinki was used as a major trump card during recent municipal elections in the Finnish capital. The 140-million-euro development includes a grand mosque and a multi-functional center, also called a

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We got this covered!

As we celebrate International Women’s Rights Day, we, Muslim women in Europe, still have to fight for our basic human rights and the right to equality on a daily basis. In national debates on ‘identity’,

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World Economic Forum: The Yearly Meeting of the Super Rich and Influential

The annual World Economic Forum was yet again held in the Swiss alpine town of Davos in January 2017. The forum gathers together business people, politicians, celebrities, charities and NGOs to discuss global issues, brainstorm

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Europe’s first female, Muslim Prime Minister in…. Romania?

In an op-ed for the New York Times, the former U.S. ambassador to Hungary, Eleni Kounalakis, blamed Hungary’s decision to abdicate its responsibility to refugees escaping conflict on the “xenophobic platform” on which current Prime Minister

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Why should we ask the people: Referendum’s and the EU

The European Union, its predecessors and its comprising nations have made a lot of crucial decisions about European integration without consulting their citizenry. And of course, when these nations saw fit to consult their citizens,

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International community condemns assasination of Andrei Karlov

During a speech at a photo exhibition in the Turkish capital Ankara, the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, was shot dead in an attack which injured three others. Several minutes into the speech at

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