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The complicated racial position of the Irish

Well well, Gerry Adams has us all in a tizz this week, doesn’t he? Did he use the N-word ironically? Does it matter? Is it better or worse than when… 1,121 more words

Divided we fall - the issue of sectarianism within the Muslim ummah

By Isbah Barlas

It is easy to sit back, click our tongues, and claim that there is no unity within our ummah; the first step is always recognition that there is a need, now more than ever, for unity. 27 more words

Long & Serious

Sectarianism, Hate & Fear: How Hariri’s List Is Fighting Beirut Madinati

As a rule of thumb in the Lebanese political scene, you should know you’re doing something right when all kinds of political groups from all across the political spectrum rally against you and fight you in the dirtiest of ways, slogans and rhetorics. 867 more words


Scotland Yard warns Muslims against sectarian feuds after Glasgow murder

theguardian: by Mark Townsend —

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe visits mosque in support of 30,000-strong Ahmadiyya community following the killing of shopkeeper Asad Shah last month… 541 more words


Why God has forsaken Beirut

Back in the day when your mum’s gynecologist slapped your ass cheek and sent the first gasps into your fresh lungs, the Lebanese society promptly smacked your other cheek with a name, social class and a religion which you never had a say in em. 1,009 more words


Taking the High Ground

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Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (Ephesians 4:3). 97 more words

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Labour Alternative – A Movement for a New Northern Ireland

For decades, elections in Northern Ireland have been little more than a sectarian headcount. In terms of the overall result, the upcoming Assembly election on May 5th is likely to be little different. 547 more words