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Articles in Law & Justice tagged with Religion

Louise Melling

A sharp uptick in challenges to U.S. antidiscrimination laws threatens decades of progress in extending civil rights to all.

Nadia Marzouki, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
A proposed French bill says so. But, strictly speaking, there can be no such thing as blasphemy within the terms of secular public order.
Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
A recent report neglects to mention how France forced Arab Jews to adopt the European persona of Jew as citizen and see Arabs and Muslims as others.
Nargol Aran
On Ashura, Shi’a Muslims grieve the Prophet’s grandson. But with Iran crippled by COVID-19 and U.S. sanctions, it was also an occasion this year to mourn the country’s deaths from disease and despair.
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
Trump v. Hawaii is not about religion. It’s about the president’s unlimited power at the border.
Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey
An experiment in a quintessentially American form of protest.
Jeanne Theoharis, Amna A. Akbar

For too long we have acquiesced to Islamophobic government policies. The cost of our silence is now clear.

Aziz Rana, John Bowen

Islamophobia is a shared project of the Democrat and Republican parties, long preceding the rise of white nationalism and Trump.

Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey

Protest is not merely a matter of personal awakening, but of organizing and mobilizing the power needed to change social relations.

Umar Farooq

Kurds—the largest stateless ethnic group in the world—can be found on all sides of an increasingly complex conflict that stretches across Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran.