Day: May 12, 2018

Islamophobia In The Czech Republic: The Broader Consequences

The Czech Republic, along with other Visegrad countries such as Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia, have refused to follow the EU’s refugee quota system. To meet the quota of refugees, the Czech Republic must admit at least 2 600 individuals, which is calculated with reference to the country’s population size. However,

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The Far-Right, Not Islam, Is The Face Of Canadian Terrorism

The vehicle attack in Toronto that killed ten and injured sixteen represents a threat often overlooked in Canada: far right extremism. While security agencies and police focus on Islamic terrorism, the far-right is responsible for the deadliest terrorist attacks in Canada. Suspect Alek Minassian’s act of brutality is a direct

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Pakistani Minister Shot At Election Rally

Pakistani Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal was shot on Sunday, May 6, in a suspected assassination attempt. Iqbal had just finished leading a public meeting in the Narowal district when the attack occurred. Talal Chaudhry, the Minister of State for Interior Affairs, reported that Iqbal was returning to his car after

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