Online Bigotry – We Have All Witnessed It

I have contributed to a discussion on Cif today about online bigotry.

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5 Responses to Online Bigotry – We Have All Witnessed It

  1. EurabianForLife says:

    Salam Inayat,

    I enjoyed reading your piece on the Guardian about online abuse. I was reading some of the responses to your & other contributors comments & noticed the same repetitive comments about Islam being a religion & not a race therefore it is fair to criticise it.

    I’m not opposed to people disagreeing with Islam, Muslims, the Muslim World & Islamic History but it should be fair and balanced & not based upon distortion, exaggeration, misunderstanding, falsehood, propaganda, hatred & prejudice.

    Guardian atheists, who are liberals or Marxists, demonise Islam & Islamic History as well as dehumanise Muslims & the Muslim World because Islam, the Muslims, the Muslim World & Islamic History and Civilization present a serious challenge to their world-view

  2. hindutva inshallah says:

    Ni hao Inayat, very well put, but I can’t help but notice that no joos, hindoos nor seekhs were asked to contribute about racist bigotry online that they suffered. What about online homophobia, when will get an article about that from the al-graun?

  3. Brendan says:

    Hindutvah ….or Christians!

  4. Hardly a discussion when comments were closed so quickly, and anything which didn’t follow the CIF agenda was deleted.

  5. Sceptic says:

    “I’m not opposed to people disagreeing with Islam, Muslims, the Muslim World & Islamic History but it should be fair and balanced & not based upon distortion, exaggeration, misunderstanding, falsehood, propaganda, hatred & prejudice.”
    So, people can disagree with Islam, Muslims, the Muslim World & Islamic History, as long as they do it in a way that muslims like.

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