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Vandals have desecrated an art project 18 Stabs (pictured above before being vandalised) erected in honour of Marwa El-Sherbani, a pregnant headscarved woman, on the first anniversary of her brutal murder in a Dresden court room (Islamophobia Watch, 23 July 2010).
The first version of this report published on 29 November 2010 contained a section 'Barbarians at the Gates of the City' that has now been removed from the report and the University of Exeter has issued this apology.
Jonathan Githens-Mazer responds to the Prime Minister's speech in Munich.
15th February 2011
There is a slippery slope between deciding who is moderate enough to be politically active, and totalitarianism. Article on multiculturalism by Jonathan Githens-Mazer, on NewStatesman.com
27th January 2011
Friday 17th September 2010 - 6:30pm. London Muslim Centre, The Seminar Room. 46 Whitechapel Road, London E1
With support from the Muslim Directory, we have sent a questionnaire to over 1300 mosques and Islamic institutions in the UK. This is part of the first ever comprehensive survey of attacks of all kinds against mosques and Islamic institutions in the UK.
Download the questionnaire about Islamophobic and hate crime. Please complete and return to: Muslim Directory, 65a Grosvenor Road, London, W7 1BR. Thank you for your assistance.
Report by Dr Jonathan Githens-Mazer and Dr Robert Lambert MBE
A new report launched 28 January 2010 reveals the trends behind underreported violence against Muslims in London. It illuminates how contexts of fear and prejudice against Muslims are providing a basis for violence against Muslim communities. This is the first step in a ten year research project led by the European Muslim Research Centre at the University of Exeter that will investigate Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crime in towns and cities across Europe.
The University of Exeter, The Queen's Drive, Exeter, Devon, UK EX4 4QJ