On his twitter handle, the prime minister also appreciated Trudeau’s plans to appoint a special representative to cope with this contemporary scourge.
Imran Khan and Vladimir Putin held a telephonic conversation on Monday during which the premier thanked the Russian leader for his "emphatic" statement against insulting the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).
She said: “I was told that at the reshuffle meeting in Downing Street that ‘Muslimness’ was raised as an ‘issue’, that there were concerns ‘that I wasn’t loyal to the party as I didn’t do enough to defend the party against Islamophobia allegations’.”
The 24-year-old entered the mosque in the town of Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto, and sprayed people before being subdued by members of the congregation until police arrived and arrested him.
Arab countries condemned the comment of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokeswoman Nupur Sharma’s offensive remark against Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and emphasized the need to promote harmony among people of different faith. Meanwhile, the BJP has suspended Sharma and the
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has slammed French President Emmanuel Macron over his remarks on Islamophobia, saying the latter was "creating further polarisation and marginalisation that inevitably leads to radicalisation".
“My letter to leaders of Muslim states to act collectively to counter the growing Islamophobia in non-Muslim states especially Western states causing increasing concern amongst Muslims the world over,” the Prime Minister said.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s concern and irritation at Islamophobia in Western political and social media circles warrants attention – and is rightly justified. He has called on Facebook to ban Islamophobic content on its platform, warning this would increase radicalisation amongst Muslims.
Though the motivation for commissioning the report is political, yet the recommendations if acted upon sincerely, they can lead to better community relations in Germany. In the backdrop of the increasing Islamophobia across the world, Germany’s leading
Several hundred people gathered in London, Ontario, to pay homage to a Pakistani family mowed down by the driver of a pick-up truck, in an attack that has shocked Canadians and which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced as "terrorist."