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The aching delimma of “Human Rights”

Posted: 29 Mar 2015 09:14 AM PDT

By Amina (a Tunisian girl in France)

“Which is more concerning to the world? – A fully covered woman or a barely clothed child? 178 more words

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Discrimination: The gift that keeps on giving

OK, OK – I know discrimination isn’t much of a ‘gift’ but the rest of the title is accurate. It doesn’t stop. It  can’t. The attitude of discrimination, be it based upon race, religion, sexuality, age, employment status or disabilty remains the same – and that attitude is self-perpetuating. 521 more words

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Tim Wilson: Why I won't stand for UKIP

Tim Wilson used to be a parliamentary candidate for UKIP. He resigned from the party because of racism. As a result his reputation is being savaged by the UKIP faithful.  2,917 more words

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MEND Statement On Sunday Telegraph Article By Andrew Gilligan

Peter Oborne, former chief political commentator at the Daily Telegraph, in a sequence of articles for Open Democracy has shed significant light on the demise of standards at the Telegraph titles drawing attention to the paper’s refusal to publish his investigative pieces on the behaviour of the  1,537 more words

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Georgia ‘Patriot’ Reportedly Planted Pipe Bombs In Park To Sow Fear Of Muslims

By David Ferguson / Raw Story

A 67-year-old Marietta, Georgia man is accused of planting a backpack containing two pipe bombs in an Atlanta-area public park in order to frighten the public and sow fear of Islamic terrorism. 277 more words

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Another UKIPper sees the light

Tim Wilson has resigned. And what a resignation it was!

Unlike most of the rest of UKIP’s faithful it seems that Mr. Wilson isn’t actually a racist or an Islamaphobe. 317 more words

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I Am Not Charlie Hebdo And You Shouldn't Be Either

There has been much controversy recently over a shooting at the offices of French magazine Charlie Hebdo, which published mocking cartoons of the Islamic Prophet Muhammed in 2006 and again in 2011. 1,299 more words