Former federal minister says violence is not a tenet of the religion, and a small minority does not represent the world's 2 billion followers of Islam.
President Trump stood by Modi over controversial decisions, including on Kashmir.
Imran Khan says India's crackdown on Kashmir will push the world's Muslims into extremism.
Extremism can either rear its ugly head or contribute to progressive collective behaviour.
The remains will be exhumed and kept in a mortuary until a suitable place to bury them is found.
The country should reject bigotry and extremism.
Luebcke's killing revives a debate about whether Germany is doing enough to combat far-right groups, after the chance discovery in 2011 of a neo-Nazi cell.
He says the entire public school system would have to be reformed, which will not be easy.
Minister says if someone is devoid of love and happiness, they will be more easily influenced by extremism and radicalism.
USM's P Sundramoorthy says politicians have the power to directly and indirectly influence ordinary folk to carry out acts of violence and it is time the police acted against any politician fuelling racial and religious hatred.
A parent relates an incident at his son's school during the Islamic Studies class.
Australia's law to stop violent content to be streamed on Facebook is considered flawed.
Mohammed VI Institute's mission to counter 'radical speech' would start by correcting mistaken concepts and misinterpretations of the Qur'an and the Hadith.
The head of Austria's Identitarian Movement received US$1,690 in early 2018 from a donor with the same name as the man charged over the March 15 Christchurch attacks.
The social media platform has recently been cracking down on such accounts in many countries after coming under fire in the last two years.
The government had set up a task force to review possible responses to posting and spread of terrorist material online.
The minister has gone from standing alongside a transgender activist to open hostility against them, and now he is praising Salafist preacher Zakir Naik.
Racism will wreck harmony and unity in the state, says CM.
Actions ranging from being in contact with overseas terror groups to conservative Islamic behaviour should prompt individuals to turn themselves in.
It comes after police arrested eight persons accused of spreading extremist teachings.
Their approach to extreme politics of race and religion has alarmed the non-Malays and cannot be accepted by the rational Malays.
There needs to be a holistic approach to security threats where government, businesses, civil society, police and military work together to develop comprehensive policies.
Saudi Arabia should defund terrorist organisations and the extremist 'schools' that provide them with recruits and influence.
Putrajaya must explain why it refuses to extradite the Indian cleric and why he deserves to remain in Malaysia.