Lessons from the Shamima Begum case: Racist populism and collective guilt

2019-03-22T22:05:00+00:00 March 22nd, 2019|Prevent in the News|

Jahangir Mohammed says the Shamima Begum case demonstrated the power of populist propaganda and racist laws in holding Muslims collectively guilty for crimes they didn’t commit.

The mainstream media (MSM) often drives itself and its consumers into a cycle of racist frenzy. This tends to result in calls for new laws and actions against those perceived as “foreign”, and not really belonging on these shores, usually Muslims and people of colour.

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