Tag: TERRORISM

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The Windrush scandal is just the tip of the racist iceberg in British politics

Many of MPs lamenting the Windrush scandal supported the legislation that paved the way for it in the first place—the Immigration Act 2014

You were being manipulated long before Cambridge Analytica came along

If you are anything like me then you will have been a bit sceptical of the scale—and ostentatiousness—of some of the outrage following the Cambridge Analytica scandal this week

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Babu & Mike’s “Alternative” to Prevent – like putting lipstick on a pig

Dal Babu and Mike Howes are trying to sugar-coat the toxic Prevent pill, bogusly claiming MCB support. It's not going down very well...

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“Punish a Muslim Day” is a Monster the Establishment Helped to Create

We do not succumb to fear as “Allah is the Protecting Guardian of those who believe.”

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Sri Lanka’s 1000-year-old Muslim community is the latest target of Buddhist nationalism

Imported and manufactured Islamophobia is making one of Sri Lanka's oldest communities feel besieged in their own home...

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A Tale of Two Terrors: Osborne & Adebolajo

A discourse analysis of Muslim and non-Muslim "terror"...

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America sees its 18th school shooting so far in 2018 – not “terrorism”?

Some are asking why the word "terrorism" is not used to describe widespread mass shootings like that in Florida yesterday...

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Why We Must Reject the ‘Commission for Countering Extremism’

Six reasons why Sara Khan is irrelevant - the existence of a commission countering 'extremism' is the real issue in principle...

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Tackling institutional Islamophobia needs to go beyond mere verbosity

It was interesting to note the distinguished speakers stressing the importance of stamping out anti-Muslim hatred in our society at the inauguration of the Islamophobia Awareness Month at the House of Commons earlier this month, organised annually by MEND, despite unsuccessful attempts by vested interests to discourage participation. Among the

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Muslim Apologism and a Neo-Islam

In the wake of any putative"terror attack", many Muslims can be seen sitting with bated breath, keyboards and phones at the ready, waiting to condemn...