The terror attack on two mosques in 2019 by an Australian white supremacist claimed the lives of 51 people and injured many others.
"My stomach is still turning from the content," says Erkin Guney, chairman of Masjid Ramadan. Ebu Bekir Tezgel of Aziziye Mosque says scale of hate crime in the letter was "on another level."
Recent desecration of the Quran in the West by provocateurs has sparked anger among Muslims across the world, who don't believe that "freedom of expression" means offending the beliefs of a certain group.
Sweden "has a responsibility" to take action over Thursday's incident that took place right in the centre of the Nordic country's capital Stockholm, says Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Europol did an online sweep monitoring violent right-wing extremist and terrorist content last week, finding that "the abuse of the internet continues to be an important aspect of violent right-wing radicalisation and recruitment."
US President Biden calls on Americans to speak out against racism and extremism during "United We Stand Summit", and vows to ask Congress to do more to hold social media firms accountable for spreading hate.
Federal court sentenced father and son McMichaels to life in prison while William Bryan, who recorded the killing, got 35 years in prison.
Mosques continue to be targeted by neo-Nazis or left-wing extremists, but attacks are not properly investigated by German authorities, according to a new report.
Bias-motivated incidents against Asian Americans show a sharp increase across the US as most attackers are let off the hook, according to a recent report.
Anti-racism group Keerfa said Ali Riaz, 26, had been repeatedly fired at by a taxi driver in central Athens when he and other Muslims were returning from prayers to mark the end of Ramadan.
At least six shots were fired in the drive-by shooting in Scarborough district, but it remains unknown how many suspects were involved.
Hate crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the cultural and commercial hub of San Francisco show an astonishing 567 percent rise in 2021, police say.
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