Black Lives Matter: Latest breaking news on Islamophobia

Black Lives Matter

The killing of George Floyd happened in the United States, but this could have just about happened anywhere in the world.

‘Nasir’ review: Karthick’s film shows daily Islamophobia without the stereotypes

The Indie filmmaker, Arun Karthick, deftly dodges stereotypes of victimhood that occur too often when cinema talks about oppression.

Austria’s rising Islamophobia worries EU experts

The high level of anti-Muslim hatred in Austria is a rising concern, according to an expert commission of the Council of Europe.Continue Reading

Stop Islamophobia: Latest breaking news on Islamophobia

Dealing with Islamophobia: Tips for Parents and Youth – Practical ...

Fact Check: Did Justin Trudeau speak against Islamophobia in this year’s Eid message?

A video clip of a speech by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wishing people on Eid al-Fitr and speaking about his government’s resolution to fight against Islamophobia has gone viral on social media. India Today Anti Fake News War Room (AFWA) has found the speech to be from last year’s Eid.

Maldives urges against singling out nations for Islamophobia

The Maldives has urged to refrain from singling out nations for Islamophobia in South Asia, citing that it could affect “religious harmony”.Continue Reading

Why Is Europe So Islamophobic? Latest breaking news on Islamophobia

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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

Islamophobia near you: Latest breaking news on Islamophobia

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 Saudi regime took my wife and my children as a hostage, I hope you help me

The Saudi regime uses my wife and children as hostages to pressure me to stop my rights and media activities and surrender myself to the Saudi authorities. Then I am held for long periods or sentenced to death.Continue Reading