he Konya 2021 Islamic Solidarity Games were concluded in August 2022, yet their end marks the beginning of a new understanding.
59 percent of the French votes in Israel in the first round! Again, what happened that the far right and the far left have become so strong in France? Why is the gap between Macron's and Le Pen's support closing, and people even fear that Le Pen might win? As a direct result of the legislation, discourse, and policies of Macron's presidency and government regarding Islam and Muslims, France is now a much more Islamophobic and anti-Muslim country than it was before 2017.
“At the post-reshuffle meeting with the whips, I asked what the thinking was behind the decision to fire me…that my ‘Muslim woman minister’ status was making colleagues uncomfortable and that there were concerns ‘that I wasn’t loyal to the party as I didn’t do enough to defend the party against Islamophobia allegations.
An ambiguous xenophobia against Africans, Arabs, and sometimes people coming from countries in the European Union was replaced by an overt hatred of Islam and hostility towards Muslims.
Second, at a time when the issue of Islam and Muslims is at the center of the presidential campaign, Macron wants to seek support for the French position against “radicalism,” and especially so after the adoption of the “Law against Separatism,” renamed the “Law Reinforcing the Principles of the Republic,” which came into force in August 2021 and which has caused much misunderstanding in the Muslim world (and elsewhere) as it appears to be (and is in fact) a law against Islam and Muslims.
Read: “How Did We Get Here?” Facing the Political Histories of Islamophobia and Anti-Arab Racism in Canada The steady rise of new students enrolling in schools in Belgium is a result of the presence of migrants, and it is particularly the case in larger cities.
Lauren Boebert, who has made several Islamophobic remarks towards Omar, and other members including Rep.
espite the national outrage caused by last summer’s terrorism attack in London, Ontario, when a right-wing extremist used his truck to target and kill four members of a Canadian Muslim family, Islamophobia continues to persist in Canadian politics.
he defeat of the Justice and Development Party (PJD) in the most recent general elections in Morocco is a blow for conciliatory Islamism (vis-à-vis the monarchy) and a resounding victory for the Royal Palace.
Regionally, political commentators who dedicated much of their time to discredit various Islamic political parties - often on behalf of one Arab government or another - found in the news another supposed proof that political Islam is a failure in both theory and practice.
n May 27, the Austrian government presented an Islam Landkarte (Islam Map) as a novel contribution and a breakthrough tool to fight “political Islam.
“How Did We Get Here?” Facing the Political Histories of Islamophobia and Anti-Arab Racism in Canada
he Canadian public has not been immune from globalized Islamophobic and anti-Arab discourse in popular media.
The Documentation Center for Political Islam, established in July 2020, has released one of its projects, which has been met with fierce criticism.
orty-two years have passed since the establishment of the Islamic Republic of Iran by a referendum landslide held on March 30 and 31, 1979, when 98.
ast year, President Emmanuel Macron launched a war against “Islamist separatism” in France after a terrorist attack that targeted a French schoolteacher.
" Macron stresses again and again, “The problem and the danger is separatist Islamism.
During his speech, which lasted about 70 minutes, he identified the problem and this taboo-free approach: “There is an Islamic separatism that endangers our society, our capacity to live together, our Republic; it is first trying to establish a hostile society parallel to the Republic, and then take it over!” The president did not mention terror, terrorists, or a terrorist organization, and even said he distinguished these Islamic separatists from the rest of Muslims in France.
slamophobia is on the rise everywhere in Europe, and politicians increasingly play with Islamophobic sentiments for political gains.