Quebec Mosque shooting: terrorist attack leaves multiple dead
Six people have been killed and a number more injured in an Islamophobic attack on a local Mosque in Quebec city.
Kingdom of the Unjust: Behind the US-Saudi Connection
Medea Benjamin unravels the toxic relationship between the West and the oppressive regime in Saudi Arabia, in Kingdom of the Unjust, finds Jonathan Maunders
Jo Cox murder: terrorism and double standards
Why Thomas Mair, the white supremacist terrorist who murdered Jo Cox MP, should have been prosecuted for terrorism
The Orlando massacre was a homophobic act
We cannot let the massacre in Orlando be used to stoke up homophobia and Islamophobia, argues Lindsey German
Responding to terror: Brussels, anger and understanding
Frank Barat argues that we have to understand the root causes of terrorism if we are to achieve a peaceful world
Start The War versus Stop The War: McCarthyism returns
Stop the War has been attacked by every part of the establishment recently, but the smears are blatant hypocrisy
End the cycle of violence: war is not the answer
Behind Cameron’s new push for war, lies a total failure to recognise the reasons for the growth of Isis, writes Lindsey German
Paris attacks: fight the racist backlash
In the wake of the atrocities in the French capital, building an anti-war movement is more necessary than ever, writes Kevin Ovenden
The Rise of Islamic State
The Rise of Islamic State
shows how and why the West bears responsibility for the crisis, argues Sean Ledwith
David Cameron is making political capital out of carnage
David Cameron describes the threat of terrorism in Britain as an ‘existential threat’. This is preposterous, and he knows it
Counter-extremism or full spectrum idiocy?
The government’s ‘counter-extremism’ crackdown won't reduce the threat, and is more likely to increase marginalization of British Muslims and the alienation that groups like Isis attempt to feed on argues Matt Carr
Tunisian terror atrocity: Isis is a product of Western wars in the Middle East
A decade of invasion, occupation and bombing in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and elsewhere has been the seed bed of Isis and other terrorist groups
Muslim opinion and the myth of 'tacit support' for terrorism
Attempts to smear the entire Muslim population on the basis of dubious opinion polls should be seen for what they are – unfounded and dangerous bigotry
'Jihadi John': are the UK security services contributing to terror?
John Rees reflects on the 'Jihadi John' story and the role of the secret services in the fight against terrorism
'Domestic Extremism' and the war on dissent
Joshua Virasami writes about the current state of affairs with policing and the use of the term 'Domestic Extremist'
Letter to Le Monde: We say no to the 'Sacred Union'
A call by public figures in France to reject pressures for 'unity' with world leaders guilty of violence and repression
Charlie Hebdo: 5 problems with the Media picture
Everyone agrees the Muslim community must make amends for Charlie Hebdo, right? Well, no, not really. Here’s five facts the media tends to overlook.
Danielle Obono: the French left after the Charlie Hebdo attacks
Danielle Obono, a leading member of the French Left, speaks about the impact of the recent attacks and the dangers of Islamophobia
The Government is blaming Muslims and attacking civil liberties
Opposition to war, Islamophobia and attacks on civil liberties are all connected, says Lindsey German, and we have to campaign against all three
Graphic: minority of fatalities from terrorism in Europe due to Islamist attacks
Publicly available data show that almost 80% of terrorism fatalities in EU countries between 1968 and 2013 were not caused by Islamist attacks
15 recommended articles on the aftermath of the Paris attacks
Alex Snowdon compiles a selection of commentary and analysis about the contentious issues arising from the recent attacks in Paris
Charlie Hebdo murders: what's missing from the media narrative?
If you read the western media reporting on the Paris attack, says Lindsey German, it is as if the wars waged by the western powers in Muslim countries aren't happening
The limits of liberalism
Liberal responses to the Paris killings are fuelling a cycle from which both the right and the terrorists will gain, argues John Rees
Twelve illuminating contributions to debate in wake of Paris killings
Twelve articles to read if you want thoughtful reflection, context and a refreshing alternative to banal or racist responses to the killings in Paris this week
Why the double standards on terrorism?
There’s a double standard where Islamist terror is met with hysteria, while far-right terror is met with indifference, writes Lindsey German
A graphic account of terrorism
John Rees takes a look behind the propaganda at the facts about terrorism
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