Monday, August 10, 2020   

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As’ad Abukhalil: “The Economist and Ex-Muslims”
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There are so many obsessively redundant stories about Muslims and Islam. They are too familiar: stories about the veil, Jihad, the status of women, minorities and apostasy. Western reporters love to search and find a Muslim in the West who tells a story of persecution by Muslims.




The Profundities of the Pseudo Ibn Warraq: Muslims Forgot Saladin but Remembered Richard the Lionheart
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The idea that it was not until 19th century European Imperialism arrived on the shores of Muslim majority countries that Saladin was remembered is a novel concept. It is also one that is being taken up in a distorted manner by the anti-Muslim movement.