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Neo-Fascism Challenges Pro-Morsi Pro-Democracy Egyptians

Columnist Fahmi Howeidi describes exclusionary measures and atrocities by security services and certain politicians against the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi and democratic and constitutional legitimacy as

Boycotting fascism?

During the last week angry young residents of Tel Aviv have been staging a sit-in, or, more accurately, a tent-in, along fashionable Rothschild Boulevard to protest their being priced out

Israel’s right-wing future

Lawrence Davidson analyses the growth of fascism in Israel, arguing that this process “did not begin ... with 1967 and the taking of the occupied territories. It did not even

Dutch filmmaker: I saw Sharon shoot two Palestinian toddlers at close range

Dutch filmmaker George Sluizer spread in the media this month accusations that former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon killed two Palestinian children in a refugee camp in Beirut in 1982

Is a Jewish holocaust against the Palestinians in the offing?

A few days ago, Dov Lior, the Rabbi of the Jewish colony of Kiryat Arba, called for the annihilation of the people of the city of Nablus. Speaking to fellow

Muslims need to tackle Jewish Islamophobia

From Sydney to California , Zionist Jews are spreading venomous hatred against Islam. A few years ago, we were witnessing mere instances and isolated occurrences of Jewish hatred and/or fear

Scotland: Fears rise as anti-racist and anti-Islam demos planned

Hundreds of anti-Muslim radicals and football casuals are expected to gather in Edinburgh under the Scottish Defense League (SDL) banner on Saturday February 20.

European identity politics in play

Switzerland’s vote has exposed long-festering uneasiness within Europe toward immigration and members of ethnic communities, particularly those that are Muslim, says Ariel Kastner

Swiss Ban on Minarets a Giant Step Backward

The vote was surprising to many as it is diametrically opposed to the democratic values and the enlightenment spirit that are the source of a great pride to Swiss society,

The Swiss shame

First things first. The victory on Nov 29 for Yes-sayers in the Swiss referendum on banning minarets is not an attack on Islam.