Tag Archives: Islamophobia

Islamophobia and adoption: Who are the civilized?

This paper started as a conference presentation at the Adoption Initiative Conference in 2012 with the theme “‘Best Interests of the Child?’: Race, Religion, and Rescue in Adoption”. The basis for it was sparked by an article that appeared in … Continue reading

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“Kamal Shaqi”: Islamophobia, online bots, and 
Twitter’s focused attack on the left

ABSTRACT In the summer of 2014, renowned American Indian studies professor Steven Salaita had his appointment to a tenured professorship revoked by the board of trustees of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Salaita’s employment was terminated in response to … Continue reading

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On orphans, adoption, and Islam.

Many thanks to Asma Uddin and @AltMuslimah for allowing me the space to reply to the previous article I cited a few days ago. An excerpt: To conclude, in 1948 the United Nations defined an aspect of genocide to include … Continue reading

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Islamophobia and Adoption

This article has been a growing project over the years, given the evangelical Christian and now so-called moderate Muslim drives to open up countries for adoption via Biblical and Qur’anic justifications. This is a rebuttal to the article that appeared … Continue reading

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