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Twitter Burns Joe Walsh For Claiming Charlie Hebdo Never Attacks Muslims
"You know you can Google this s**t, right?" one person asked.
Charlie Hebdo's Harvey Cover Praises Drowning Of 'Neo-Nazis Of Texas'
The French satire weekly with a tragic past takes Twitter heat.
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Let’s Become Militants Of Nuance: Even With Milo Yiannopoulos
M.D. P.H.D candidate
After Milo Yiannopoulos lost a 250,000 book deal and an invitation to CPAC, all media outlets celebrated the fact that he
Charlie Hebdo Perfectly Captures What So Many Americans Are Feeling
Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric raises the specter of white nationalism and police brutality.
Post-September Thoughts (On What Could Really Make A Change)
Published author and music executive
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Dan Reed Discusses His Latest Documentary On Terrorism In France
The award-winning documentarian produced a film on the manhunt that followed the Charlie Hebdo terror attack, which claimed 12 lives.
As Goes Manila and Nairobi, So Goes Paris
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
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Challenging Freedom Of Speech
Senior Fellow, the Center for Transatlantic Relations; Profess...
Freedom of speech is the keystone of civil liberties. Freedoms of press and assembly are meant to protect it. Freedom from
Free Speech Can Be Offensive. Lebanon Should Get Over It.
Instructor, Lebanese American University. Middle East Analyst.
A recent cartoon in a Saudi Arabian newspaper suggested that the Lebanese state is a joke. The cartoon showed a picture of the Lebanese flag captioned by the words "April Fool's."
More Trumped-Up Charges Against Muslims or Just Business-As-Usual in the Land of Populist Faithcraft?
Communication and Training Specialist
Pick your epithet: Pope Francis may either be hypocritical 'wall builder', as one trumpeting jingo recently inferred, or else 'great bridge builder' as implied by an ancient Roman attribution.
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Journo Safety College Course Advances in Beirut
Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
Academics, media professionals and experts met this week to push for a course on safety for journalists as a coalition of concerned stakeholders urged U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to uphold a pledge he made last year to defend their security.
Did Binge-Watching Fox News Inspire This Man To Threaten Muslims?
Rhetoric has consequences.
Brazilian Cartoonist Carlos Latuff Takes Aim Globally
Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
He punches hard, he's opinionated, his commentary is biting, his cartoons are thought provoking, and he doesn't regret being a magnet for nasty criticism. He is Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff who doesn't mince words or hold back on stirring up people, in his country and across continents.
On tweeting rage: Charlie Hebdo/Aylan
Chef d'orchestre, Directeur artistique
Cartoon Of Dead Syrian Boy Sparks New Debate Over Satire, Migrant Crisis
The cartoon imagines the drowned 3-year-old as a grown-up sexual predator.
The Dangerous Side of the Free Speech Debate
Author of Demystifying Islam, Adjunct Professor & National...
Provocative and incendiary speech is the greatest insult to the idea of free speech. We, as a society, must do better and recognize that our strength lies in being a moral force - in elevating our civility to the highest levels possible, as opposed to sticking to the bare minimum the law permits.
Charlie Hebdo Continues to Invite Hostility
Speaker, Writer and Imam with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community o...
While I support the chant of 'Je Suis Charlie' to stand for those who lost their lives, I believe that we should use freedom of speech to promote peace and tolerance, not create more conflict and hatred.
Two Months After the Attacks, Paris Stays Silent
Oscar G. Lopez
It seems that for the bars and restaurants of Paris, life is back to normal: young Parisians congregate at the terraces, smoking, drinking and laughing. Even near Le Carillon and the Bataclan. But the French government, it seems, has given in to the fear.
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