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
As Italy jolts further right, a late reporter who warned against Islam and Muslims is viewed as a prescient figure.Continue Reading
It ought not to surprise anyone that autocratic Arab regimes, right-wing groups in Europe, Israeli propagandists and a host of right-leaning think tanks, all have a common interest to fuel Islamophobia.Continue Reading
Pope Francis blamed Europe and the United States for the deaths of children in Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan, saying Saturday that wealthy Western countries fuel conflicts by selling weapons in war zones.Continue Reading
A growing body of research points to the proliferation of Islamophobia across Europe in recent years. In the UK, record numbers of Islamophobic hate crimes were recorded in 2017, and across the continent there have been similar findings on the growth of explicit Islamophobia.Continue Reading
A study by an NGO revealed that in 2018 senior politicians in Austria participated in 20 campaigns against Muslims.Continue Reading
Group has repeatedly been accused of antisemitism and Islamophobia.Continue Reading
Anti-Muslim sentiment is on the rise across Europe, particularly in Germany, home to more people of Turkish origin than any country outside Turkey.Continue Reading
Europe should get rid of Islamophobia, which is a serious threat to its future, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.Continue Reading