Islamophobia

Opinion

The memory of Srebrenica is fading away

As survivors of the Bosnia massacres are leaving this world, the threat of history repeating itself is bigger than ever.

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic

The Listening Post

The right perspective? YouTube, radicalisation and Rebel Media

How far-right outlet Rebel Media uses YouTube as a powerful force for radicalisation, misinformation and propaganda.

Islamophobia

'Large increase in anti-Bosnian, anti-Muslim bigotry': Report

Serb and Croat politicians are increasingly using Islamophobic rhetoric with aim of dividing Bosnia, says new report.

'Large increase in anti-Bosnian, anti-Muslim bigotry': Report

Islamophobia

Muslim men seek inquiry after 'racially profiled' on US flight

Isam Abdallah and Abderraoof Alkhawaldeh say they were treated with 'suspicion' because of their faith and ethnicity.

Muslim men seek inquiry after 'racially profiled' on US flight

Opinion

Who is a 'Muslim American?'

I am a Muslim. I am also a US citizen. Am I a 'Muslim American?'

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Human Rights

US judge: 'Terrorist' watchlist violates constitutional rights

As of June 2017, approximately 1.16 million people, including 4,600 Americans, were included in the government database.

US judge: 'Terrorist' watchlist violates constitutional rights

Opinion

Redefining 'terrorism' in America

What will it take to call violence inspired by white supremacy 'terrorism'?

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Netherlands

Woman forced to leave bus for wearing face veil in Netherlands

It is the first time the controversial law, which went into effect this month, has been implemented.

Woman forced to leave bus for wearing face veil in Netherlands

India

Pehlu Khan lynching: Indian state to appeal acquittal of accused

Rajasthan government says it will appeal against court order that acquitted 6 vigilantes in killing of Muslim man.

Pehlu Khan lynching: Indian state to appeal acquittal of accused

Italy

The resurgence of Oriana Fallaci's anti-Islam message in Italy

As Italy jolts further right, a late reporter who warned against Islam and Muslims is viewed as a prescient figure.

The resurgence of Oriana Fallaci's anti-Islam message in Italy

Science & Technology

Overcoming prejudice, poverty and 'Molenbeekphobia' in Brussels

Faced with poverty and discrimination, residents of Belgium's Molenbeek neighbourhood build their own alternatives.

Overcoming prejudice, poverty and 'Molenbeekphobia' in Brussels

India

The Islamophobic roots of population control efforts in India

Right-wing Hindu groups demand population control law, based on long-held belief that Muslims will outnumber Hindus.

The Islamophobic roots of population control efforts in India

India

Hindu man warned for rejecting Muslim delivery driver

Controversy after businessman in Madhya Pradesh state cancels his Zomato order since 'a non-Hindu rider' was assigned.

India: Police warn Hindu man for rejecting Muslim Zomato driver

Netherlands

Dutch ban on burqas and niqabs takes effect

As ban comes into force, hospitals and public transport sector say they will not deny services to burqa-clad women.

Dutch ban on burqas and niqabs takes effect

United States

Muslim Caucus highlights need for greater political engagement

Two-day Muslim Caucus conference focused on communicating no Muslim politician should be reduced to their faith alone.

Muslim Caucus highlights need for greater political engagement