How is it that we talk about Muslims much like we talk about Buffalo wings, their “potency” being measured not by some objective rubric but rather by our personal preferences?
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Here’s a classic example of how anti-Muslim hate grows on the Internet.
It has been said that ignorance and prejudice go hand in hand. If anyone can prove that statement true, it’s Michigan Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema.
Sam Harris whines that he’s been “unfairly” treated again.
Spencer hates on Vatican II & with his usual conspiratorial m.o. claims to have uncovered my identity.
In fact, one of the amazing elements of Islamophobia is the denial of its own existence.
A curious case of Islamophobia denial In the Op-Ed pages of the Wall Street Journal.
Nathan Lean’s book The Islamophobia Industry: How the Right Manufactures Fear of Muslims is a look at the pernicious ways in which anti-Muslim sentiment is fostered, both in the US and to a smaller extent in Europe.
The court’s decision was the right one. It comes at a time when heightened anxiety over the presence of Muslims in Europe and the United States has ignited a string of attacks on the faith community.
Spencer, Geller and Gaffney and their ilk see Muslim demons in every shadow.
Nathan Lean, editor-in-chief at Aslan Media, has a great write up in Salon.com on the most recent Peter King hearing.
Just like Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, Republican Governor Sam Brownback had a feeling he was not in Kansas anymore. At least not the Kansas that he once knew.