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4 Reasons Why ‘Je Suis Fatigue’ From Islamophobia | KHALISHAH K. STEVENS


(Counterpunch, Weekend Edition January 9-11, 2015) Guilty by Association, All 1.6 Billion of Us!   In light of the attacks in Paris, it’s hard to be a Muslim and be able to grieve for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo … Continue reading

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Don’t let this horror be used to stoke bigotry


(SocialistWorker, January 8, 2015)   The deadly attack at the offices of a French magazine is the focus of international attention. Here, we publish a statement of the International Socialist Organization about the killings, followed by three statements and articles … Continue reading

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