News and Analysis 4/11/21

The arrest of choreographer Ata Khattab the depth of Israeli fear of Palestinian culture:

“Attacks against Muslims are attacks against the Republic” — Interior Minister Gerard Darmanin, “the main sponsor of legislation passing through parliament which the government says is designed to tackle what it describes as encroaching fundamentalism that is subverting French values … [which] some critics say … points the finger at Muslims”:

Iran is calling on the international community (including the International Atomic Energy Agency) to confront Israel’s “nuclear terrorism”:

Ashraf Abu Sorour “had been subjected to severe torture” and “was later sentenced to life imprisonment”:

A British think tank accused of Islamophobia as well as collaborating with the far-right to demonize Muslims in the UK, shut down abruptly  on Friday due to lack of funds:

Blinken “called on governments around the world, including the United States, to take ‘concrete actions’ to ensure that no companies are providing China with products or services that facilitate its repression of the Uyghur population”:

Former Conservative FM Sir Alan Duncan expressed his shame over British government submission to Zionist “pro-settlement propaganda’,” calling it “a sort of buried scandal that has to stop”:

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