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Judicial harassment of Indian Muslims

A new book, Gyarah Saal Salakhon Ke Peeche (Eleven Years Behind Bars) exposes how innocent Muslims in India are being framed in terror cases by police and intelligence agencies, subjected to brutal torture and convicted by spineless trial court ... Arab News, 5 days ago
The Muslim world is scattered! Zaman, 3 days ago

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Not a single innocent Muslim arrested on false charges last year:...

Union minister of state for minority affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Sunday said not a single innocent Muslim or member of any other minority community was arrested in the past one year in the name of terrorism or anti-national activities in the ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago No innocent Muslim put behind bars: Naqvi  United News of India4 days ago

Innocence of Muslims Can Go Back on YouTube. Good.

A screenshot from Innocence of Muslims. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula On Monday, the 9 th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an earlier ruling that had forced YouTube to take down Innocence of Muslims , an inflammatory anti-Islam film that may have ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago 'Innocence of Muslims' Can be Shown on YouTube: US Court  International Business Times India1 week ago

'Innocence of Muslims,' anti-Islam video, should not have been forced off YouTube, court rules

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that Innocence of Muslims, the anti-Islam video once at the center of the Benghazi terror attack scandal, should not have been forcibly removed from YouTube. A majority of the 11-judge panel ...
 Washington Times1 week ago Court Strikes Down YouTube Ban On Anti-Islam Video  NewsR.in1 week ago YouTube Will Not Have to Remove Anti-Muslim Video  JD Journal1 week ago

Blasphemous film "Innocence of Muslims" to contaminate YouTube again

An 11-judge panel of the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco sided with Google, which owns YouTube and ruled that Google-owned YouTube should not be barred from showing the film "Innocence of Muslims." Actress Cindy Lee Garcia ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago 'Innocence of Muslims' should have stayed on YouTube, court rules  The Hill1 week ago Court Rules That YouTube Cannot Be Forced to Remove Innocence of Muslims  Fnews.com1 week ago YouTube Wrongly Forced to Remove Anti-Muslim Movie Trailer, Appeals Court Rules  NewsOnFeeds.com1 week ago

Innocence of Muslims Actress Unlikely to Appeal to Supreme Court

The attorney for Cindy Lee Garcia, the actress who sued Google to try to force YouTube to take down the Innocence of Muslims video, is unlikely to appeal a 9th Circuit decision reversing an earlier court victory. Nevertheless, Cris Armenta, who ...
 Variety1 week ago Editor's note: The bid to force YouTube to remove 'Innocence of Muslims' was brought by actress Cindy Lee Garcia, who said she had received death threats. Her lawyer argued she had a copyright claim to the low-budget film because she believed she was acti  NewsR.in1 week ago Google Prevails In Battle Over 'Innocence Of Muslims'  Media Post1 week ago REUTERS - 'Innocence of Muslims' Actress Unlikely to Appeal to Supreme Court  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

US court now allows Youtube to host controversial video 'Innocence of Muslims'

ANI | Washington May 19, 2015 Last Updated at 20:10 IST The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled that YouTube can host the short film "Innocence of Muslims", a "trailer" for a low-budget film that mocks Prophet Muhammad. According to The Verge, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Youtube to now host controversial video Innocence of Muslims  India Today1 week ago

I'm both Hindu and Muslim, says Salman Khan in court

Bollywood actor Salman Khan on Wednesday declared his innocence before a Jodhpur sessions court in connection with a case related to the violation of the Arms Act. The actor was left baffled when the court asked him about his caste. After some thought, he answered: "Hindu and Muslim". While his counsel and bodyguard, and someone from the crowd suggested he say ‘Muslim’, he told the court: “Hindu and Muslim.” Salman explained that his father, Salim Khan, is a Muslim and ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago 'I am both Hindu and Muslim,' says Salman Khan in Jodhpur court  Deccan chronicle4 weeks ago Salman tells court he is both Hindu and Muslim  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Black buck case: Salman gets another chance to present his side  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Army officers played a big role in Hashimpura massacre: IPS officer VN Rai

Vibhuti Narain Rai, an IPS officer, was posted as superintendent of police, Ghaziabad when 42 innocent Muslims from Hashimpura in Meerut were picked up and killed in cold blood by the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) near Murad Nagar, close to Delhi border.
 DNA1 month ago

Maharashtra: AIMIM seeks release of 'innocent' people from jail

All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) MLA Imtiaz Jaleel on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra government to release "innocent people languishing in jails for years." Referring to the youths from Malegaon who have been behind bars on terror charges, ...
 DNA2 months ago
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