- Al BawabaFeb 05 11:28 AM
The US secretary of state, John Kerry, sparked controversy on Tuesday after referring to Daesh as “apostates” while speaking in Rome. His unusual word choice did not go unnoticed, and it was not long before both Muslims and non-Muslim scholars, journalists and political commentators were voicing their opinions on why it was problematic.
- The MercuryJan 18 08:50 PM
The real surprise about the New Year's Eve riots targeting German women, now definitely attributed to Middle Eastern and North African immigrants, is why there should have been any surprise at all. Yet for days, everyone on the scene was amazed. And worse, they were silent, even though the police -- finally! -- released a report about a chaotic and shameful evening in which women were forced to...
- The GuardianJan 24 01:00 AM
Universities are meant to be guardians of debate and challenging ideas. Yet as campuses become ‘safe spaces’, the right of students not to be offended is taking priority, and voices are being silenced Until less than a year ago, only pigeons took much notice of the statue that sits in an alcove on the High Street facade two floors above the entrance to the Rhodes building of Oriel College ...
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