Daily Archives: November 28, 2017


Students Counterprotest Neo-Nazi Rally At University Of North Florida

On Monday, 20 November, a “No Nazis at UNF” protest was held at the University of North Florida (UNF) in direct response to a neo-Nazi rally planned for the same day. Around 80 counterprotesters comprising of UNF students, faculty and community organization representatives gathered, sending a message to white supremacists […]


Ankara Bans LGBTQI+ Events To Protect ‘Public Security’

Ankara, Turkey’s capital city, has instigated an ‘indefinite’ ban on all public events that promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues. This broad ban has far-reaching consequences for the LGBTQI+ community, putting a halt to their ability to host film festivals, forums, and exhibitions. Ankara’s governor, Mehmet Kiliclar, said in […]


From Hero To Villain: The Transformation Of Social Media’s Relationship With Liberal Democracy

The rapid change in how social media has been perceived by the public since the rise of populism in liberal democratic countries in 2016 has been astonishing. Whereas previously, social media was held up as the beacon of liberalism, post-2016 social media is viewed with increased suspicion by its former […]


The Rising Threat Of ISIS-Affiliated Groups In Africa And The Impact On Civilians

On 24 November 2017, a suspected ISIS-linked attack is believed to be the worst terror attack on Egyptian soil. The Friday bomb and armed assault attack at an important Sufi mosque in Northern Sinai resulted in at least 235 people senselessly losing their lives and hundreds more injured. This attack, for […]


Deadly Attack On Mosque In Sinai, Egypt Kills 235 Muslim Worshippers

On Friday, terrorists stormed a mosque in the Northern Sinai peninsula of Egypt, killing at least 235 worshipers during the time after regular Friday prayers, which draw Muslim adherents to mosques every week around the world. More than a dozen attackers approached the mosque in off-road vehicles, setting off several […]