Try as they may to spit on the memory of Jessica Mokdad the anti-Muslim bigots will not be successful.
Archive | April, 2012
Hatred of the living led some to attack the dead.
A far-right party on the campaign trial in Germany’s most populous state is threatening to put caricatures of Mohammed outside mosques in a string of cities.
AAI leads “Rejecting Islamophobia” event to counter Geller-Spencer hate-fest.
Marked for Death is not likely to attract a wide readership outside the fanatical anti-Islam movement.
Unease is growing in French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s centre-right UMP party a week before a presidential election over his lurch to the right
Richard Bartholomew points out that the 4 Freedoms Community website run by former English Defence League financier and ideologist Alan Ayling (“Alan Lake”) has updated its Code of Conduct.
Internal notes of a meeting held in a Luton hotel between senior EDL and BFP figures on 14 April, reveal that participants believe the alliance is a development that “will change the direction of British politics”.
When it comes to women’s rights in Egypt and the Arab world, is the glass half empty, or half full? A fellow feminist, also of Egyptian background, challenges Mona Eltahawy’s views.
The racist and fascist nature of the BFP best exemplified by Stephen Tweed.
It’s no surprise Arab uprisings are finding it difficult to proceed beyond the conditions of colonially-fabricated states. The uprisings must seek solutions beyond the crippling designs in order to break from subordination and become a true revolution.
Co-founder of the EDL to be appointed “deputy leader” of the British Freedom Party come May 5th, 2012.
Islamophobes everywhere are disappointed: the Islamic Republic of Iran passed a law last month to abolish stoning to death as punishment for adulterers.