'It was pretty violent. I had the impression of a pack going after a woman sitting on the ground, crying with her daughter.'
The group shouted 'Allahu Akbar' before letting off fake gunshots in the Old Town Square
Two principles of the German consitution clash in the ruling
Rachid Nekkaz has already paid out more than £200,000 in fines and legal fees levied on Muslim women who defied bans on the niqab
Jean-Pierre Chevènement has been charged with heading the 'Foundation for French Islam'
Whether the ban on this modest swimwear is truly a contemporary expression of the French tradition of secularism, I cannot know. What I do know is that it is both wrong and counterproductive
‘The only thing the terrorists are achieving is to completely violate the teachings of the Holy Koran and of the Holy Prophet Muhammad,’ said His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad
Magazine has reported multiple threats made on its Facebook page to the police
The definition of what constitutes radicalisation is now so loose that almost anyone who takes an interest in the troubles in the Middle East could fall foul of the referral system
The groups said religious symbols could undermine confidence in the legal system
Local mayor Michel Amiel of Pennes-Mirabeau says he is 'shocked and angered' by event
The anti-Islam backlash follows a successful atheist campaign for 'no religion' to be the top response choice
Pontiff says there are extremists within every religion
Boy reportedly still reluctant to attend school after the incident
Women have been forced to cover their hair in public since the Islamic Revoloution of 1979
Deputy leader of the country's second biggest party, Soren Espersen, is accused of trying to create a 'religious apartheid' and threatening to destroy Denmark's 'free, open and tolerant society'