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Samnet highlights mainstream media bias in coverage of alleged Crusaders terror plot

The South African Muslim Network (Samnet) has expressed frustration at mainstream media’s inconsistency and apparent bias in handling issues relating to terrorism and religious extremism after four people allegedly involved in a terror plot were arrested and charged with contravening the Protection of Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorism and Related Activities[…]

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Interfaith service for peace in WC brings unity to communities

Prominent community activists, religious leaders, non-governmental organisations and concerned community members gathered for a processional march and interfaith service at the Joseph Stone Auditorium in Athlone on Sunday. The well-attended event was organised as a public stand against gang violence in the Cape Flats and saw several speeches and prayers[…]

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Interfaith dialogue against crime seeks to move religious leaders into action

By Anees Teladia Trade unions, religious leaders, community organisations, non-governmental organisations and concerned community members have all begun uniting in an attempt to curb and fight crime – strengthening innocent members of gang-infested communities. This past week, religious leaders and community representatives all gathered for an interfaith dialogue against crime,[…]

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‘Greater Jerusalem Means No Churches and No Mosques’

Palestinian interfaith officials have warned against monopolizing the city of Jerusalem by the Israeli government and the effects that would have on Christianity and Islam. Hanna Issa, secretary-general of the Palestinian Authority‘s Muslim-Christian Committee said that more than 95 percent of Jerusalem had already been “Judaized” by Israel, and that[…]

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