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An Islamophobia of Convenience | JOHN FEFFER


(Counterpunch, January 19, 2015) Europe’s Coming Battle   In the first Crusade, on their way to fight the Muslim infidels in Jerusalem, the armed pilgrims asked themselves a provocative question: Why should we trek so far to kill people we … Continue reading

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(Updated Jan. 13) Socialists condemn ‘Charlie Hebdo’ massacre, warn of Islamophobia in its wake


(Links) (Vigil in Sydney on January 8, 2015, for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo Paris massacre) Statement by Australian Socialist Alliance national co-conveners on the Paris massacre Sydney, January 9, 2015 — The Socialist Alliance Australia condemns the massacre … Continue reading

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