“The transubstantiation of religion into race.”
The statistics on hate crimes tell a different story.
And what the New York Times gets wrong.
Still in denial.
A cudgel to silence open discussion.
Turning Islam into a new taboo.
A roundtable discussion.
If Ed Miliband has his way it will.
The latest obsession of the self-appointed constables of political correctness, writes James Kirchick, involves not simply identifying victims but constantly adopting new categories, upgrading some,. . .
Last Thursday, the website of the New York Times invited European Muslims to comment on how they were affected by the Paris attacks. Asks Liel. . .
Much of what is called “Islamophobia” these days simply cannot be equated with anti-Semitism, either in nature or degree. To say otherwise is not just. . .