Posts Tagged ‘ Islamophobia ’

Why I am not Charlie

January 12, 2015
Scott Long
Why I am not Charlie

There is no “but” about what happened at Charlie Hebdo
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Clash of interests and hegemonies, not ‘Clash of Civilizations’

September 29, 2012
Taj Hashmi
Clash of interests and hegemonies, not ‘Clash of Civilizations’

Islamophobic and renowned British-American historian of Islam and Middle East, Professor Bernard Lewis
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The moral off switch

July 25, 2011
Frank Domenico Cipriani
The moral off switch

I remember the exact instant I realised that my morality had an “off” switch. I was an administrator at a night school, which was in a dangerous neighbourhood. I stepped outside to take my break and enjoy the evening air. As I leaned against a wall, a man in his 30s approached me, and...
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‘Islamists are Coming!’

March 3, 2010
Taj Hashmi

A leading newspaper of Bangladesh, in its Weekly Magazine on February 26, 2010 published a cover story, “Crime in the Name of Belief”. It is about the recent caning of three poor women by village elders backed by mullahs in Bangladesh for alleged adultery. The rest of the story is about similar violations of...
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