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
The most important news about Islamophobia in the world.Continue Reading
Despite officials ruling out arson, far-right commentators share Islamophobic conspiracy theories after Notre Dame fire.Continue Reading
The Australian who carried out the terrorist attack in Christchurch was influenced by French Islamophobes, but just how far back does the country’s antipathy towards Islam go?
More than two weeks have passed since the terrorist attack in the New Zealand, which killed at least 51 people, and topics such as white supremacy and Islamophobia have found themselves in the media limelight.Continue Reading
Riyadh and Paris have signed a military agreement on protecting classified information amid criticisms of France’s support for the Saudi regime’s bloody war against impoverished Yemen.
Suspects had ‘plan to commit a violent act targeting people of the Muslim faith’.Continue Reading
Islamophobia in France and Britain has intensified in recent years, particularly in the wake of terrorist incidents, such as the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and the London Bridge attack. This led British prime minister, Theresa May, and French president, Emmanuel Macron, to meet in January 2018 to agree a shared approach to counter-terrorism.Continue Reading