So much so that Macron has begun a perfect practice of Islamophobia that gives Muslims no respite by labeling them "Islamic bogeymen" wherever the Muslim faith is seen.
“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.
There are many examples of the so-called valorous breakthroughs in the name of Islamophobia that started in the 2000s.
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Signed by a total of 440 House and Senate staffers, 62 being Muslim, the letter urged leaders to act in the face of heightened Islamophobia, especially within the building, by rejecting and condemning anti-Muslim bigotry.
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.
“How Did We Get Here?” Facing the Political Histories of Islamophobia and Anti-Arab Racism in Canada
The truth is that Islamophobia has been a fundamental part of the Canadian political fabric and public discourse for decades, operating to help define Canadianness through the very abjection of Muslims, Arabs and other minorities who are read as Muslim or Arab.
While hostility towards Muslims is reflected almost daily in stigmatizing speeches and discriminatory legislations, the very nature of Islamophobia has…
Meanwhile, those arguing that such outbursts are extreme and pave the way for Islamophobia have been ostracized as if they have committed a sin.
The Islamophobia Awards is hosted annually by the Islamic Human Rights Commission, a non-profit organization established in 1997.
peaking to the Anadolu Agency’s Editors’ Desk in Ankara on Thursday, Culture and Tourism Minister Numan Kurtulmus stated that Turkey will use its “soft power” in order to fight against the rise of Islamophobia and anti-Turkish sentiments across the world.
It was this dynamic that led to moving on from ‘only’ talking-to-walking Islamophobia as the institutionalization of Islamophobia has since slowly taken hold.
Nowadays, it is clear that Islamophobia constitutes one of the most troubling symptoms of this new global disorder, which seriously threatens to jeopardize world peace.
Read: Islamophobia and the French Presidential ElectionIn the second round of the 2017 presidential elections, Le Pen was behind Macron by 32 points.
Read: Facing the Political Histories of Islamophobia and Anti-Arab Racism in Canada Stalking is a fast-evolving threat Stalking refers to “the act or crime of willfully and repeatedly following or harassing another person in circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to fear injury or death especially because of express or implied threats.
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