The consequences of wearing the niqab in Belgium would be a fine of 30 Euros and a 7 day prison sentence.
Islamic Human Rights Commission made an oral intervention in the 12th working session of the OSCE HDIM today in Warsaw, Poland.
The Islamic Human Rights Commission is devoted to the concept of free speech.
PRESS RELEASE: Regional / OSCE – New Briefing – Recommendations on the Implementation by States of OSCE Commitments related to Tolerance and Non-Discrimination, in particular those relating to Hate Crime.
Islamic Human Rights Commission has submitted recommendations at the OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting in Warsaw, Poland, today.
BRIEFING: Recommendations on the Implementation by States of OSCE Commitments related to Tolerance and Non-Discrimination, in particular those relating to Hate Crime
As a result of this cumulative work spanning over a decade, IHRC has indentified certain key issues around anti-Muslim hatred, hostility and discrimination.
PRESS RELEASE: Netherlands / Europe – IHRC concerned at murder of veiled woman being possible hate crime
The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is deeply disturbed by news of another possible hate-motivated murder against a Muslim woman in Europe.
The motive behind the killing of a Turkish businesswoman in Amsterdam on Monday by unknown perpetrators remained unknown on Wednesday, while some Turkish media suggested she could have been the victim of a hate crime or xenophobia.
An overview of the number and nature of anti-Muslim incidents since September 11, 2001. IHRC collated the reports of Islamophobic incidents it received in the wake of 9-11 in this report. Anti-Muslim attacks spiked immediately after the event. Download the report here.