Rising Islamophobia in Europe

Whenever a Muslim person is gunned down, or killed in an apparent anti-Islamic act, various deceptive terms such as ‘racist killing’, are used by the media to divert attention from the surging Islamophobia across Europe. It was on display in the aftermath of the horrific incident of the Muslim massacre in Hanau, Germany, in February, 2020 when various European states deliberately avoided associating such an obvious anti-Islamic incident with rising Islamophobia in Europe. The attack was downplayed despite the attacker publishing a controversial manifesto laden with conspiracy theories against Muslims. Read More…

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