Those born after 2001 have only known a world at ‘war on terror’. New research looks at the impact this has had on the lives of young Muslim Australians.
Comments made during class discussions about 9/11 often put Muslim students on edge, according to a researcher who interviewed 55 Muslim students in and around the nation’s capital.
Interviews with Arab Albertan students reveal encounters with uneducated views of who they are in schools – a troubling situation particularly when hate crimes have been on the rise.
Some Muslims hide their identity, pretending to be less devout than they actually are, in a bid to deflect Islamophobia.
A new analysis of 44,000 tweets reveals that fake news isn’t always persuasive.
The debate around photos of two Nigerian Salafi clerics taken in London wasn’t a trivial conversation about dress and recreational choices. It was loaded with symbolism.
The government seems hell-bent on pre-crime arrest, prosecution, and punishment for terror offenders – while falling short in providing the necessary long-term support.
Research shows that the Globe and Mail has created a script in which marginalized youth can only be dealt with as failures or criminals, impacting the way they are perceived in society.