(RNS) — Bill 21, like the previous secularism bills, disproportionately targets religious minorities' symbols and practices.
(RNS) — A new report finds that about 35 percent of British people think that Islam is generally "a threat to the British way of life" in the wake of 2017 terrorist attacks.
(RNS) — The American legal system's anti-Islam problem might be more accurately seen as a pro-Christianity problem.
(RNS) — It’s not always easy to dismiss others’ fears, even if you are not really the thing they are scared of.
FORT WORTH, Texas (RNS) — The appointment of a Muslim doctor to a county's party leadership has fractured the Republicans of Tarrant County.
(RNS) — The language of 'travel ban' is neither neutral nor objective. When journalists repeat this language, they become complicit in amplifying Trump’s propaganda and in inscribing anti-Muslim prejudice into federal immigration policy.
(RNS) Prominent clergy, politicians and businesspeople will serve on the Jewish-Muslim Advisory Council.
Anyone implying that you cannot truly support free expression unless you enthusiastically support Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons sets up a false dichotomy. Taking issue with these cartoons doesn’t make you an apologist for extremism—and suggesting otherwise isn’t just wrong, it’s harmful.
"Although I no longer believe in Islam, being a Muslim defined and shaped my life in ways that I cannot simply leave behind."
Humanists, and secularists need to stand up against anti-Muslim prejudice, says Humanist author.
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