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  1. Qasim Rashid, a lawyer in Washington, D.C., went viral on Sunday for giving a white supremacist—and the internet—a much-needed history lesson.

    Rashid gets harassed on the internet by anti-Muslim a-holes on the regular. One of them, who was likely quite proud of this “hot take,” asked him “Where’s the Christian version of ISIS and every other religion then?”

    Rashid replied with thousands of years of receipts known as World History.
    http://alternativemediasyndicate.com/...awyer-no-christian-isis-gets-schooled
    Tags: , , , , by M. Fioretti (2017-04-06)
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  2. We should not deny the horror of January 6. But, in its aftermath, rather than uncritically reaffirm French national identity and wring our hands about Muslims’ refusal to integrate, we should use this moment of reflection to understand the various ways in which Muslims are consistently excluded from the nation, and to reassess the narrow bases what it means to be French.
    https://theconversation.com/the-frenc...onversationedu+%28The+Conversation%29
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  3. After all, it is not Christianity that has turned Europe into an example for people living in the non-western world, but rather a series of social and economic transformations, and the ideas that these have generated throughout the years. This intangible force that has made Europe such a magnet for the rest of the world over the past two centuries is, to put it simply, modernity. As our trusted history books have taught us, modernity is the product of such quintessentially European developments as the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. Crucially, the forces behind these paradigm shifts were not religious, but secular.

    But nowadays the large influx of Muslim migrants from north Africa and Asia into Europe that, in the eyes of many Europeans, has cast a dark shadow of doubt and fear over the idea of a predominantly Muslim country joining the union.

    It is clear that this fear is leading Europe to put up walls at its borders, and to gradually turn away from the world. As the slogan of liberté, égalité, fraternité is slowly forgotten, Europe will sadly turn into an increasingly conservative place dominated by religious and ethnic identities.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfr...t/26/europe-turning-away-turkey-world
    Tags: , , , , , by M. Fioretti (2012-10-27)
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  4. The western media tells us that all Iranian conservatives think the same, but this not the truth. There is an immense diversity of opinion amongst pro-government Iranians, and these monthly reports analyse the disparity between conservative opinion blogs in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
    http://storify.com/smallmedia/iranian...ervative-bloggers-react-to-insults-to
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2012-10-19)
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