Dieudonné through the prism of the white Left, or conceptualizing a...

A group rarely vows eternal loyalty to political organizations that do not serve that group’s interests. From this materialist point of view, populations coming from immigration or from the popular neighborhoods have no reason to stay loyal to the Left. And they are right. Their fault lies not in freeing themselves from the Left. It lies in the fact that they are going from one master to another; of changing guardians. Their mistake is that they chose the easier path, and avoided the paths of autonomy.

War crimes and criminals – some thoughts on Ariel Sharon

Moosa Arendt ponders the late Israeli leader's real legacy

Lynne Stewart released

Some thoughts on the release of the peoples’ lawyer.

No-one expects the Spanish Inquisition: Except Muslims and Jews

Maybe it is time we started getting scared, says Arzu Merali 

Marine A deserves life, not clemency

Shows of sympathy for a British Marine who murdered an Afghan insurgent highlight the savage nature of the War on Terror as well as a morally dangerous jingoism, according to Faisal Bodi

Ashura and the Misappropriated Poppy

The misappropriation of the Great War is something we should all resist, argues Arzu Merali, particularly the trend to equate remembrance day with Islamic history.

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