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Revisiting Nusrat Ghani’s Islamophobia Claims

“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 has been an increasing Islamophobic rhetoric in Europe and this rhetoric has seemingly been institutionalized by the rising far-right.…

“Biggest Honor of My Life”, Says Humza Yousaf, Scotland’s First Minister

The First Minister’s newly appointed cabinet revealed: Shona Robison, the new Deputy First Minister, will take on the Finance portfolio, including responsibility for the Scottish Budget Michael Matheson becomes the Cabinet Secretary for NHS Recovery, Health and Social Care Jenny Gilruth joins Cabinet for the first time as Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills Màiri McAllan joins Cabinet for the first time as Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero and Just Transition Neil Gray joins Cabinet for the first time as Cabinet Secretary for Wellbeing Economy, Fair Work and Energy Mairi Gougeon remains Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs, Land Reform and Islands Angus Robertson remains Cabinet Secretary for Constitution, External Affairs and Culture Shirley-Anne Somerville becomes Cabinet Secretary for Social Justice Angela Constance returns to Cabinet as the new Cabinet Secretary for Justice and Home Affairs Read: Revisiting Nusrat Ghani’s Islamophobia ClaimsOn Thursday, March 20, Parliament was requested to ratify the new ministerial nominations.

Q&A: Attack on the Qur’an in Sweden

Read: How Islamophobia Is Leading to a Teacher Shortage in Belgium Why do hateful and insulting statements and acts, which target sacred values, not qualify as free speech? Like many other rights and liberties, neither the freedom of expression nor the freedom of assembly are unlimited in modern democracies.