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
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A Syrian girl fled her war-torn country with her family, only to be met by students who allegedly bullied her into taking her own life.Continue Reading
A Jewish member of the Ontario legislature has introduced a private member’s bill that would set aside a province-wide day to consider Islamophobia and its consequences. Bill 83, “An Act to Proclaim a Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia,” passed second reading in Queen’s Park on April 4 and now heads to the standing committee on social policy.Continue Reading
Anti-Muslim attacks have steadily increased in the past few years worldwide.Continue Reading
The Trudeau government has yet to act on year-old recommendations that could prevent the next tragedy.Continue Reading
An Alberta Muslim group is speaking out against a racist letter received at an Edmonton mosque last month.
The letter, delivered to Markaz Ul Islam Mosque, urges the mosque to “close down your fake worship house and leave or accept Jesus as your one true God.”Continue Reading