“Some people did something.” That’s not how most people would describe a watershed event in which terrorists killed as many people as possible by turning planes into missiles. Yet this was how Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., referred to the 9/11 attacks at a Council on American-Islamic Relations fundraiser last month.Continue Reading
It’s clear that Islamophobia is on the rise globally. This antipathy towards adherents of the Muslim faith is often presented as a violent reaction to terrorism committed by the Islamic State. This suggests that if terrorism by so-called Islamic groups ends, Islamophobia will too.Continue Reading
here is no excuse for Islamophobia, xenophobia, or for inciting hate against people.In fact, the phobia in Islamophobia, meaning fear, willingly creates this excuse within the word itself. They fear, therefore they hate.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
The number of injuries increased however, indicating a decrease in prevalence but a spike in severity. In total, 813 Islamophobic and anti-Muslim crimes were recorded last year, down from 950 in 2017. Continue Reading
The terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand has left the world in shock. The shooter hated Muslims and Islam, and because of his hatred, he murdered 50 innocent people. His victims included a three-year-old boy.Continue Reading