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Climate of fear across Europe as Muslims face Charlie Hebdo backlash
Dozens of attacks have taken place, stoked by rhetoric equating the millions of peaceful Muslims with the Charlie Hebdo murderers.
Je suis Mike Marqusee by Talha Ahsan
Mike Marqusee, journalist, poet and campaigner, did more for me in the space of a year and a half than many who had known me all my life, says Talha Ahsan.
BBC's Panorama programme plumbs new depths in its attack on Muslims
Not for the first time, the BBC's Panorama has been an outrider for the Islamophobia that is now so ingrained in the British establishment.
Charlie Hebdo, the hypocrisy of pencils and the limits of the free speech crusade
Western politicians who lock up their own dissidents and survey the every movement of their citizenry will go on waxing lyrical about freedom of thought.
Noam Chomsky on Charlie Hebdo: one man's terrorism is another's war on terror
Terrorism is not terrorism when a much more severe terrorist attack is carried out by those who are Righteous by virtue of their power
What is missing from the media coverage of the Charlie Hebdo murders?
If you read the western media reporting on the Paris attack, says Lindsey German, it is as if the wars waged by the western powers in Muslim countries aren't happening.
Charlie Hebdo: why are some deaths meaningful and to be mourned and others not?
How is it that mainstream opinion so quickly decides that certain violent deaths are more meaningful, and more worthy of commemoration, than others? asks Teju Cole.
Why after the Paris massacre Je Suis NOT Charlie Hebdo
There is a fine line between freedom of expression and incitement to religious, racial or cultural hatred, but Charlie Hebda has strayed some way over the wrong side of that divide.
Understanding the Charlie Hebdo atrocity starts with recognising it's not about Islam
Why is Islam the subject of this discussion in the first place, when we should be addressing the real roots of violence?
Blowback in Paris: how should we respond to the Charlie Hebdo terror attack?
The only way forward, says Nafeez Ahmed, is for people of all faith and none to stand together in rejecting violence perpetrated in our name, whether by state or insurgent.
Paris massacre: Lessons that need to be learned by our war-making governments
It is not Muslims who are the problem but the foreign policies that have helped create terrorism. That is what needs to change.
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