A man prays at the Kowloon Mosque in Tsim Sha Tsui, on June 1. If terrorism did have something to do with Islam, “Islamic” terrorism would be a centuries-old problem. Photo: Felix Wong

Muslims are loudly condemning terror, but is the world listening?

Siddiq Bazarwala asks why the burden of denouncing extremist violence is time and again placed only on Muslims, when the voices against terrorism from ordinary followers of the Islamic faith tend to be drowned out

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A man prays at the Kowloon Mosque in Tsim Sha Tsui, on June 1. If terrorism did have something to do with Islam, “Islamic” terrorism would be a centuries-old problem. Photo: Felix Wong
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Siddiq Bazarwala

Siddiq Bazarwala

Siddiq Bazarwala is the author of a book on humanities, a Hong Kong resident and business owner.