Teju Cole, on the desire to have hatefulness lauded as courage.
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An appeal hearing is set to begin Monday to review the case of a Moroccan librarian who was arrested in the French city of Lille last month for publicly condoning an act of terrorism.
A Message From the Dispossessed Chris Hedges on Roots of Terrorism and Free Speech Hypocrisy
Less than a week after the massive rallies in defense of “free expression,” following the murders of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, French authorities have jailed a youth for irony.
Al Qaeda is trying to re assert its power given the rise of ISIS
The family of a police officer who was shot dead outside the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris while he patrolled the streets urged people “not to confuse extremists with Muslims.”
This is the media mogul whose companies influence millions.
Lassana Bathily, Muslim Employee At Kosher Market, Saved Several People During Paris Hostage Situation.
Kebob shop bombed and mosques attacked in France after Charlie Hebdo killings.
Ahmed Merabet a Muslims police officer died defending the rights of a racist magazine that ridiculed his faith. Yet Muslims are against free speech.
The firebombing was wrong but so is the Islamophobic fall out.