In much of the world, ‘Muslim’ is often used as a marker of ethnic origin rather than of religion. This must change.
In the second in a series of articles exploring the disturbing parallels between radical Islamic and White/Christian extremism, Khaled Diab examines the far-right’s dual sense of superiority and inferiority, as well as its persecution complex.
From Guy Fawkes and Lord Byron to Ernest Hemingway and George Orwell, Westerners have an ancient tradition of doing ‘jihad’ in foreign lands.
Had the threat from far-right extremists been taken more seriously, could the Norway tragedy have been averted?