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Items tagged: terrorism

Norway killings reveal politics of hate

 

From the Restore Fairness blog-

From the Restore Fairness blog-

 


Ground zero and the mosque — does the court of law have it right?

From Restore Fairness blog.

Welcoming a new mosque near the site of 9/11 attacks is seen by those opposed to it as a symbol of terrorist victory and a weak U.S. On the other hand, supporters see the openness and tolerance of this act as a powerful bridge to interfaith interaction and peace. But, plain and simply, to the court of law religious tolerance isn’t up for debate.


Does discrimination have to play a part in keeping America safe?

(From the Restore Fairness blog) In a response to the December 25th bomb attempt on Northwest flight 253 to Detroit, the Transportation Security Administration announced a new screening policy that requires “enhanced screening” of passengers flying into the United States from 14 countries considered either “state sponsors of terror” or “countries of interest”


Human Rights First report tells us that broad immigration laws redefine bona fide asylum seekers as "terrorists"