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The FreeMuslim condemns the repressive measures practiced by the Turkish authorities

With growing concern, the FreeMuslim’s Center for De-Radicalization & Extremism Prevention follows the dangerous developments in Turkey, expressing its deep condemnation of the continuing human rights violations against political opponents and the continued targeting of Turkish elites and anti-tyrannical competencies. The Turkish authorities have referred dozens of academic professors to the judiciary on false grounds for expressing their opposition to the policies of the Turkish president in a renewed action aiming at silencing the dissidents as well as marginalizing broad social strata within Turkish societies. We sees this authoritarian act as a serious challenge to constitutional freedoms and rights...

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‘International Children’s Day’ and how children are the most physically and psychologically traumatized within conflict zones

Unfortunately, many statistics and facts indicate a horrific rise in the number of victims of conflict among children, especially during the current decade especially within countries of the “Middle Eastern” region. The occurrence of military operations and armed conflicts in the combat zones posed a serious threat to children directly and indirectly victimized by those conflicts. Furthermore, the quality of the lives of children also deteriorated as a consequences of conflicts of poverty and destitution, the absence of medical and psychological care and the denial of education. In addition, forcing children to engage in combat operations such as forcible...

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Appeals to the Australian government to rescue Iraqi refugees

FreeMuslim Association Inc., has learnt about data confirming the deterioration of the situation of dozens of Iraqi refugees held in an Australian island for years. Australia should rescue and deal with them in accordance with international human rights standards. A source confirmed that the 50 Iraqi refugees being held on the Island of Manaus are living in difficult conditions. This suffering could be ended if the Australian government would stop refusing to transport them from Manos to a country who welcomes them such as New Zealand, Canada or the United States of America. The Australian government’s position is in...

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Rejection of sectarianism and racism on the International Day for Tolerance

The international community is commemorating the International Day of Tolerance as many parts of the world are suffering from high rates of conflict mostly due to ideological, ethnic, racial or national differences that have caused much pain and suffering for people on a wider social scale. International Day of Tolerance was introduced on the 16th November 1996 by the United Nations. The aim for this date was to provide global awareness of current issues whilst contributing to the spread of love, renouncing violence and accepting each other regardless of intellectual, cultural and ethnic backgrounds. The international community continues to...

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Death Tolls Rise as More Mass Graves are Found

The Un-Islamic State (ISIS) has prosecuted more than 110 civilians in the two villages in Syria in the short 20 days it has had control over the two villages. On Monday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed that the organization executed “more than 116 civilians out of revenge, accusing them of working for the forces of the regime” during the 20 days that took control of the town since the beginning of this month until Saturday.The Jihadi organization has suffered successive defeats in Syria and Iraq in recent months. It was also expelled last week from the city...

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