All posts tagged: discrimination

The Proposed School Hijab Ban in Denmark Demonstrates Once Again the Fine Line Between Secularism and Fascism

On the 25th of August, a Commission appointed by the Danish government recommended a ban on girls wearing Hijab in primary schools across the country. The ban, which is based on the prejudicial and unevidenced premise that young Muslim girls are forced by their families to wear the Hijab, would apply at public, private and […]

The Islamic State: The Solution for ‘Minority’ Oppression

In universities, students are being encouraged to adopt liberal ideas. They are told that it is the only way to become fair and ‘accepting’ of all minorities. Because unless we adopt liberal ideas, we’d have bias and oppression. These ideas are becoming increasingly attractive, as people look around the world and see minorities being mistreated. […]

Secular Disinformation Campaign by Politicians and MediaBuries Freedom of Speech

In recent weeks, a large number of people, parents and families have expressed their dislike with the forced removal of children by social services. Hundreds of people have protested, videos have spread across the web, social services’ forced child abduction has become global news. Politicians, authorities and media are calling these events an Islamist disinformation […]

The Danish Government are Covering up its Hatred of Islam with a Proposed Plan of Action Against Racism

The Danish government announced this week, that it has reached an agreement with the parties behind the Finance Act on a plan of action against racism. Racism, and other forms of fanatical and narrow-minded views on people, such as nationalism and patriotism, are abominable, non-Islamic concepts that certainly deserve to be combated.

Discrimination: A Systemic Issue

“It’s not just a matter of changing the laws and it’s not going to be just fixed by waiting for the next generation to be born,” she said. “….There’s this idea that discrimination is caused by bad people but actually it’s really embedded in our system.” A quote by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins.