On January 29, 2018, Canada will commemorate the first anniversary of the shocking murder of six Muslim men in a Quebec City mosque. What has been achieved in the fight against Islamophobia?
The recent travel ban by the U.S. president has far-reaching effects on the Muslim community living outside the six banned nations. This video sheds light on how Muslims are affected.
"I want us to be in rage about homophobia, transphobia and racism. That would be healing. That would warrant a sense of pride."
Rather than dedicating new money to an office for counter-radicalization, the Liberal government should be developing alternatives for disaffected youth.
Combatting Islamophobia in media was the focus of a panel discussion in Vancouver. Urooba Jamal, Itrath Syed and Sunera Thobani shared their firsthand experiences and solutions on how to move forward.
rabble.ca is happy to announce our public event on April 5 in Vancouver on combatting Islamophobia in media and society.
What does it mean to be Muslim and what does it mean to be Canadian? This new collection addresses this compex question with 11 thought-provoking essays.
What's the problem with "radicalization"? The process that leads to radical outcomes -- whatever they are -- is various and malleable. Their experience radicalizes people -- or doesn't.
The Harper government's niqab-stripping mania bears disturbing resemblance to the officially imperial past.
At a recent debate hosted by the Canadian Council for Muslim Women, the Conservative party showed, yet again, their complete disconnect with women and the Muslim community.