From Xinjiang to Germany: how did Islamophobia become a global phenomenon?
The term itself was coined in the 1990s, an era defined by the end of the cold war and triumph of capitalist globalization.
Taylor library panel: Islamophobia takes on different meanings as no Muslim experience is the same
The Taylor Community Library hosted a wide-ranging panel discussion about Islamophobia on Thursday evening.
Why Is Europe So Islamophobic?
The attacks don’t come from nowhere.Continue Reading
Islamophobia, Trevor Phillips, and free speech
Words have power – you need to choose them carefully, writes Colin Montgomery. Plus letters from David Robjant, Jonathan Longstaff, and Pete Wearden.
Why the Tories have to hit back hard at ‘Islamophobia’ slurs
The furore over Trevor Phillips, a victim of his own rights agenda, suspended from the Labour Party, has all but been forgotten.Continue Reading
Two men assault woman at Redhill Mosque
In the 30-second long clip, filmed by someone outside the mosque, a man can be seen hitting a woman wearing a headscarf with another man joining in shortly after.
300 allegations of Tory Islamophobia sent to equality watchdog
Muslim Council of Britain’s dossier includes claims against Boris Johnson and MPs.
Why Riz Ahmed’s short film on Islamophobia is a call to action
It spoke of the silence Muslims are faced with when encountering macro and micro-aggressions alike and of the rising global Islamophobia across the globe.Continue Reading
A Muslim in Bristol: We should all abide by the same standards of civility
Defining anti-Muslim hate is not a threat to free speech, says Farooq Siddique
Is Islamophobia on the rise in the UK?
In the shadows of the Brexit vote and a new movement toward nationalism, the U.K. has seen a significant increase in the number of hate crimes against Muslims in the past few years.Continue Reading
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