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October, 2015

  • 21 October

    Pork or nothing: a deliberate stigmatization of Islam

    When Aïcha Tabbakhe, a French nurse, went to fill out the forms for her children’s school dinners in her small town outside Paris, she was puzzled. The box she would usually tick to say that her Muslim children didn’t eat pork wasn’t there. “Confused, I called the town hall and ...

  • 17 October


    AMERICANS’ UNDERSTAND OF ISLAM SHAPES BY ISLAMOPHOBIC NEWS Addressing misconceptions about Islam, a Muslim scholar has emphasized that a narrow media focus have played a hand in shaping America’s views of the Muslim world, resulting in increasing anti-Muslim bias. “Americans’ understanding of Islam has unfortunately been shaped by the news,” ...

  • 1 October

    “How the hijab is reshaping mainstream British culture” by Remona Aly

    Hijab-wearers are appearing everywhere from fashion chains to the Great British Bake Off – it’s a celebration of the diversity of Britain and good news for ordinary Muslims. Muslim women in hijabs are becoming increasingly visible in the public domain, whether appearing in EastEnders, Android ads, or The Great British ...

September, 2015