Offended Generation

This is the story of ordinary little witch hunts, who ends up invading our privacy, assigning our identities, and censoring our democratic exchanges. A sensitivity pandemic. Every day, a group, a minority, an individual erected as a representative of a cause, demands, threatens, and makes us bow.In Canada, students are asking to terminate of a … Lire la suite de Offended Generation

Sisters in arms (Trailer)   Sisters in arms is the history of an international brigade of female volunteers inside the Kurdish Resistance joigned a by a young Yazidi kidnapped and sold as a slave who managed to escape. Director: Caroline Fourest Writer: Caroline Fourest Cast: Dilan Gwyn, Amira Casar, Camélia Jordana, Maya Sansa, Esther Garrel, Nanna Blondell, Korkmaz … Lire la suite de Sisters in arms (Trailer)

To read more about Caroline Fourest’s work.

Hello to all of you. Here are different links to papers in multiple languages. Thank you so much dear fantastic translators who worked to make this work accessible. Some blogs are more provided than others. All the help for translation is welcome. Caroline Fourest Blog in English Blog in Arabic / مدونةكارولينفوريست Blog in Bengali / ক্যারোলিনফোরেস্ট … Lire la suite de To read more about Caroline Fourest’s work.

America Alarmed at Racism in France

Each year the US Department of State publishes its annual report on Human Rights Practices across the world. In its 2015 report the Department of State expresses concern with anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim incidents in France. Although this concern is justified, it must be put into context. Too many anti-Muslim incidents were reported in 2015. An increase … Lire la suite de America Alarmed at Racism in France

Can The ‘Up All Night’ Protesters In Paris Find Common Ground?

Let’s not rush to define what’s going on in the Place de la Republique in Paris. The movement dubbed Nuit Debout (Up All Night) defines and redefines itself every night. We must understand the context behind it to understand what it’s trying to mobilize for. There are two prevailing views on the matter. The skeptical … Lire la suite de Can The ‘Up All Night’ Protesters In Paris Find Common Ground?

Our sacred right to blaspheme

Charlie Hebdo has been attacked, threatened, misunderstood and maligned — but it sticks to its core values. The world discovered Charlie Hebdo after the Danish cartoons of Muhammad affair of 2006 and the newsroom massacre in Paris of January 7, 2015. But not everyone quite grasps the magazine’s originality. To read more on Politico

In praise of Blasphemy

IN PRAISE OF BLASPHEMY : Why Charlie Hebdo is not ‘islamophobic’ is finally out in english. According to Salman Rushdie, « This is a vitally important book ». To order it on Itunes – To order it on Amazon  First Comment of Nick Cohen in StandPoint magazine : « In her new book In Praise of Blasphemy: Why Charlie Hebdo is not Islamophobic, Caroline Fourest wanted … Lire la suite de In praise of Blasphemy

Jihad and Racism Without Borders

The terrorist attacks continue relentlessly in quick succession. Blood has been spilled on the streets of Algiers, Cairo, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Tunis, Islamabad, Baghdad, Bali, Bombay, New York, London, Paris and San Bernardino. For decades only Muslim countries were targeted. Jihadi violence -- once barricaded within the lands of Islam by dictatorial regimes or civil … Lire la suite de Jihad and Racism Without Borders