Anonymous critic points out 10 more cases and says Brandon Lewis responds selectively
As Brexit, antisemitism and knife crime dominate the headlines, Islamophobia in the UK is one issue that goes relatively unnoticed.
After her child was bullied, Noura Bendali is attempting to fight Islamophobia in Denmark by entering politics.
Facebook announced on Tuesday that it has banned British far-right activist Tommy Robinson, deleting both his official Facebook and Instagram profiles.
“I know that Flying While Brown has always been a concern. But now Landing While Brown is also frightening.” So says Khaled Beydoun, a Muslim who claims he was victimized on and after a Delta flight last week. An interesting detail of the story is that Beydoun is a key “Islamophobia” propagandist: he is “Associate Professor of Law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and Senior Affiliated Faculty at the University of California-Berkeley Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project,” according to his bio. He is the author of a book entitled American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear.
A video on social media which appeared to show police officers in London arresting a man for preaching the Christian gospel in the street has gone viral.
The video of the incident outside Southgate Tube station in north London on Saturday, 23 February, triggered a debate about whether a man could be arrested for simply discussing religion.