Category Archives: This is Why

This is Why – Part 4

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. April 2011 Indonesian president warns Islamic radicalism rising University campuses are ‘hotbeds of Islamic extremism’ Militants wanted to film,

This is Why – Part 4

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. April 2011 Indonesian president warns Islamic radicalism rising University campuses are ‘hotbeds of Islamic extremism’ Militants wanted to film,

This is Why – Part 3

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. January 2011 A Stranger in My Own Land I shan’t miss the abuse my priest husband received: the daubing

This is Why – Part 3

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. January 2011 A Stranger in My Own Land I shan’t miss the abuse my priest husband received: the daubing

This is Why – Part 2

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. November 2010 Ofsted praises Islamic schools which oppose Western lifestyle Oslo: Iran ‘preparing Muslims for action’ Iran finances mosques

This is Why – Part 2

A continuous survey of causes of “Islamophobia”. Conflicts in Muslim countries and terrorism are excluded. See here for explanation of survey. November 2010 Ofsted praises Islamic schools which oppose Western lifestyle Oslo: Iran ‘preparing Muslims for action’ Iran finances mosques

This is Why – Part 1

According to the 26th British Social Attitudes survey, the largest of its kind, at least a third (34%) of the British public are negative about Muslims, not much more are neutral, and barely a quarter have positive feelings. This is

This is Why – Part 1

According to the 26th British Social Attitudes survey, the largest of its kind, at least a third (34%) of the British public are negative about Muslims, not much more are neutral, and barely a quarter have positive feelings. This is