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Islamophobia


People’s Assembly on Islamophobia: standing together against racism

25 November 2006
Over 650 delegates from across the country gathered in central London last Saturday for the People’s Assembly on Islamophobia and the "war on terror", called by the Stop the War Coalition.

Students oppose Islamophobia

11 November 2006
Thirty five students at Goldsmiths College in south east London came to a discussion on Thursday of last week against the attacks on civil liberties.

French unions resist after Muslims are sacked

11 November 2006
Islamophobia isn’t just taking place in Britain. Authorities in France have withdrawn the security clearances for 40 mainly Muslim workers at the Paris airport of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle, one of Europe’s busiest airports.

Ghost prisoners: the truth about ‘extraordinary rendition’

11 November 2006
Since the beginning of the "war on terror" the CIA intelligence agency, on the orders of George Bush’s administration, has used a fleet of executive jets to secretly transport prisoners around the globe.

Uniting in the unions against Islamophobia

04 November 2006
‘We decided unanimously at the branch committee to advertise the assembly among members.

Anger grows as Special Branch spies on students

28 October 2006
Staff and students at Dundee university are campaigning against the presence of police officers from Special Branch on the campus.

Muslims face more attacks

28 October 2006
Racist attacks on Muslims continued this week across the country in the wake of the tide of Islamophobia set off by Jack Straw’s comments on the veil earlier this month.

Former BNP man faces charges

28 October 2006
A former election candidate for the Nazi British National Party (BNP) and a dentist have appeared in court on explosives charges.

Union stands up to Daily Star’s bigotry

28 October 2006
A revolt by members of the NUJ journalists’ union at the Daily Star forced management to scrap an anti-Muslim page last week. Workers organised to strike a blow against the Islamophobia that has filled the right wing tabloids over the last few weeks.

Unite against Islamophobia in Glasgow: ‘the government is terrified of our unity’

28 October 2006
Around 300 people rallied in Glasgow’s George Square last Saturday to unite against Islamophobia and protest at the wave of racist attacks on Muslims since Jack Straw’s comments about the veil earlier this month.

New Labour attacks migrants from Bulgaria and Romania

28 October 2006
Not content with whipping up Islamophobia, New Labour is now targeting workers from Bulgaria and Romania.

People’s Assembly will challenge Islamophobia

28 October 2006
The Stop the War Coalition has called a People’s Assembly on Islamophobia and the "war on terror" on Saturday 18 November. The Muslim community is facing a racist onslaught from politicians and the media.

Standing together against the Islamophobic attacks

21 October 2006
The government’s attacks on Muslims have led to a series of racist attacks across Britain, but there is also resistance and signs of a new fighting unity between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Warmongers play race card

21 October 2006
Britain is facing a sustained attempt to whip up full-blooded racism. Each day government ministers are clamouring to appear on camera denouncing Muslims and demanding their neighbours and teachers spy on them.

General Dannatt’s attack: a blow that has left New Labour reeling

21 October 2006
Tony Blair received a body blow last week from a most unexpected source - General Sir Richard Dannatt, the head of the British army.

The bomb plot that didn’t make the news headlines

14 October 2006
Police claimed last week that they had seized what was potentially the largest ever haul of chemical explosives plus a rocket launcher and a nuclear and biological protection suit.

Korean bomb: the nightmare created by Bush

14 October 2006
North Korea’s decision to conduct a nuclear weapons test on Monday of this week drew condemnation from all the world’s major powers. Across the globe people rightly fear a nuclear conflagration.

Stop scapegoating Muslims - it’s war and racism that fuel division

14 October 2006
Jack Straw's attack on Muslim women wearing the veil was not an innocent attempt to "raise debate". He was speaking in a climate of Islamophobia fuelled by the "war on terror".

Islamophobia is part of the 'war on terror'

14 October 2006
Every day Jack Straw dresses in a corporate uniform. The only choice is between a grey, black or dark blue suit.

US hypocrisy over North Korean nuclear test

14 October 2006
George Bush reacted to North Korea’s first nuclear test by calling for "an immediate response from the United Nations security council". The tests, he said, were "unacceptable".

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