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ISLAMOPHOBIA WATCH: Anti Muslim Racism: Islamophobia Watch was initiated in January 2005 as a non-profit-making project to document material in the public domain which advocates a fear and hatred of the Muslim peoples of the world and Islam as a religion. READ MORE

Islamophobia and Anti-Americanism Book Excerpts: Islamophobia refers to unfounded fear of and hostility towards Islam. Such fear and hostility leads to discriminations against Muslims, exclusion of Muslims from mainstream political or social process, stereotyping, the presumption of guilt by association, and finally hate crimes. In twenty-first century America, all of these evils are present and in some quarters tolerated. READ MORE

The only acceptable racism left: Islamophobia: So what do you do for a living?" the activist asked me. He was an American Christian, an ordained minister and leader of an interfaith peace organization. I was attending a conference organized by his group."I produce Islamic videos and programs, particularly for children," I replied. READ MORE

The Islamophobia Myth: Ten years ago no one had heard of Islamophobia. Now everyone from Muslim leaders to anti-racist activists to government ministers want to convince us that Britain is in the grip of an irrational hatred of Islam - a hatred that, they claim, leads to institutionalised harassment, physical attacks, social discrimination and political alienation. Former Home Office Minister John Denham has warned of the 'cancer of Islamophobia' infecting the nation. READ MORE

Confronting Islamophobia: Recognition of islamophobia as the irrational and unwarranted fear of Muslims and Islam lingers in lexical incubation. Some accept the term fully while others discount its validity. Whether this neologism will gain currency as a bona fide social pathology, or be viewed simply as a marginally legitimate term, moonlighting as a public relations tool, remains to be seen. READ MORE

Islamophobia: It Can't Get Any Worse: Is it a new wave of Islamophobia? This is the first question that popped up to my mind when I received the news of Hesham Islam's resignation from the Pentagon a couple of weeks ago. Islam was pressured to resign after a quarrel he had with Maj. Stephen Coughlin, where Islam asked Coughlin to soften his views on Islamists.

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia - Lessons From History: Alexander Gainem traces the origins of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in European history, drawing an analogy between the two concepts and foreseeing more violence if Islamophobia is not taken more seriously.

Despite obstacles, Islam continues to spread: Since the advent of Islam, as the final and all-compassing Message to mankind up to the moment, its adversaries left no opportunity to thwart it and curb its followers. Right from day one, they did their level best to kill it in the bud using different ways. READ MORE

Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy: In their new book, Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy, coauthors Peter Gottschalk and Gabriel Greenberg explore a largely unexamined phenomenon – the “deeply ingrained anxiety” some Westerners, and especially Americans, experience when considering Islam and Muslim cultures. READ MORE

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