How much further will anti-Muslim policy go in the West?

What do the philosopher Rawls, neoliberalism and anti-Muslim hatred have to do with each other? Why should we care? Is Islamophobia being driven from the top-down or is it an organic phenomenon from below? Saeed Khan discusses his paper on Rawls and neo-liberalism and their importance to the day to day lives of everyone. Find some links to relevant titles under the video.

This interview took place on 13th December 2020

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