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Comment: Those protesting images of the prophet being shown in a class on blasphemy display the kind of intolerance our schools are working to overcome, writes Khaled Diab.

Comment: The concentration of immigrants in certain poor neighbourhoods is far more a sign of the ghetto mentality of Denmark's majority than that of its minorities, writes Khaled Diab.

Generation Identity: The new face of Europe’s far-right movement

Florence Massena

Generation Identity: The new face of Europe’s far-right movement

In-depth: France has said it will dissolve Generation Identity, one of Europe's fastest growing far-right youth movements.

France is no champion of free speech, Amnesty says

The New Arab Staff

France is no champion of free speech, Amnesty says

Muslims' freedoms of speech and religion are not defended in France, Amnesty International said this week.

Harris becomes first Black woman, South Asian elected VP

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Harris becomes first Black woman, South Asian elected VP

Black, South Asian and a woman: Kamala Harris has made history with her appointment as VP.

Ylenia Gostoli

Covid-19 lays bare Britain's entrenched racial inequalities

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed stark racial inequalities in British society.

The New Arab & agencies

Revered Algerian singer Idir dies at 70

The family of Algerian singer Idir confirmed the death of the Berber icon in Paris on Sunday.

Diana Alghoul

Top five Ramadan podcasts to beat the lockdown blues

Many Muslims are starting their own podcasts or series to share the knowledge they have. Here's a list of some Islamic-themed podcasts to listen ...

Usman Butt

Radicalisation, Islamism and transnational politics: The Universal Enemy

Book Club: Seeing the jihadi project as another form of universalism is the audacious argument by Darryl Li in his new book The Universal Enemy.

Australia can do better than detaining gay Saudi journalists

CJ Werleman

Australia can do better than detaining gay Saudi journalists

Comment: Australia's treatment of two gay men fleeing persecution in Saudi Arabia is a far cry from the liberal image it likes to paint for ...

Amr Salahi

Turkey, the Kurds and the demographic re-engineering of Syria

The start of Turkey's Operation Peace Spring in Syria brings with it fears of demographic change. Both Turkey and its Syrian Kurdish opponents ...

New video shows third incident of Trudeau in 'blackface'

The New Arab & agencies

New video shows third incident of Trudeau in 'blackface'

Canadian TV has published a video of a third separate incident of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing racist ‘blackface’ makeup in the ...

Norway mosque shooter overpowered by 75-year-old worshipper

The New Arab & agencies

Norway mosque shooter overpowered by 75-year-old worshipper

A gunman armed with multiple weapons opened fire in a mosque near the Norwegian capital Oslo on Saturday, injuring one person before being ...

Norway mosque shooting: One person injured in Oslo attack

The New Arab & agencies

Norway mosque shooting: One person injured in Oslo attack

The gunman, who wore body armour and was armed with multiple weapons, was overpowered by members of the mosque before police arrived

Majority of British Conservative party members 'threatened by Islam'

The New Arab

Majority of British Conservative party members 'threatened by Islam'

Some 52 percent of members surveyed felt threatened by religion, while 22 percent thought it was “generally compatible,” the survey showed.

Sami Rahman

Iftar spots in London: Where to break your fast

The rising multiculturalism in London means that Muslims are spoilt for choice when picking a place to break their fast. Here are some of our top picks.

Wilson Dizard

Mass murder on the internet

Comment: In a twist of injustice, the Christchurch mass murderer has, with the aid of the internet, managed to muffle the story of his victims, ...

Wilson Dizard

Saudi disinformation campaign reveals fear of progressive Muslim congresswomen

Comment: The internet is a fertile forum for fear and deception, but it's clear Congress has no idea what to do about it, writes Wilson Dizard.

Ruby Hamad

No longer fringe: How white supremacy is becoming mainstream

Comment: That the language is softer and less violent only makes it more dangerous, writes Ruby Hamad.

US marine veteran opens fire on packed California bar

The New Arab & agencies

US marine veteran opens fire on packed California bar

A US Marine Corps veteran has opened fire on a crowded country bar in California.

Wilson Dizard

Pittsburgh shooter had Jews, and multiculturalism, in the crosshairs

Comment: Bowers' attack on the Tree of Life synagogue wasn't simply anti-semitism put into merciless motion, but a white supremacist's assault ...

Can Britain win its battle against rising Islamophobia?

Sadek Hamid

Can Britain win its battle against rising Islamophobia?

Comment: A toxic mix of right-wing politicians, harmful media coverage and widespread inequality is fuelling Islamophobia in Britain and beyond, ...

Was Winston Churchill a racist?

Sadek Hamid

Was Winston Churchill a racist?

Comment: Piers Morgan should not be allowed to shut down a painful but necessary conversation about Britain's colonial legacy, writes Sadek ...

No, London has not fallen to Islam

Sadek Hamid

No, London has not fallen to Islam

Comment: Worryingly, the harmful 'Islamisation of the west' narrative is gaining traction in the mainstream media, writes Sadek Hamid.

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