Monthly Archives: June 2013

Following Boston Attacks, Uptick In Islamophobia, Gestures Of Tolerance

  by Richard Solash   WASHINGTON — Politicians, pundits, and average Americans alike are trying to make sense of the April 15 Boston bombings and how two young ethnic Chechen immigrants were seemingly drawn to terror. Just how the country should … Continue reading

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Defending the PRISM program at the New York Times

Look at the end how the Times sticks it into the story – the implication being that surveillance is necessary to keeping us safe, which is the Obama Administration’s line of thinking.   Police in 3 European Nations Conduct Terror … Continue reading

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In the wake of the riots in Sweden, the far-right sees an opportunity

May 31, 2013 7:40 pm Far-right party seeks to capitalise on riots in Sweden By Richard Milne, Nordic Correspondent Sweden is trying desperately to put last week’s riots in Stockholm behind it, and in the past week the capital has … Continue reading

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Among Muslims, Internet Use Goes Hand-in-Hand With More Open Views Toward Western Culture

Now scroll down a few days on this blog to the story I wrote 12 years ago to the white people whose views tend to narrow when they use the Internet. Among Muslims, Internet Use Goes Hand-in-Hand With More Open … Continue reading

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