Weekly Links 1st-7th October 2012

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Here is the fifteenth installment of our weekly links. Feel free to share your comments and recommend links.


University of Derby’s Paul Weller & Sariya Contractor’s conference podcast looks at religion, belief discrimination and equality in England and Wales.


Jadaliyya’s Kifah and Jennifer review Jon Stewart’s very respectful interview with Jordan’s King Abdullah.


Race & Class’ recent edition includes an article by Kundnani on the deconstruction of ‘radicalisation’.


MMW’s Krista reviews new book ‘Islam in the Hinterlands’, with a chapter on the press’ framing of Canadian Muslims.


The Tanenbaum Centre provides various perspectives of those against the Geller’s New York subway ads.


In light of recent events, the Muslim Debate Initiative post a poignant video speech by Edward Said.


Mondoweiss’ Philip Weiss looks at Saudi writer Al-Fayad’s critique of the bounds of Western free speech.


MMW’s Nurul Syahirah looks at how violent acts by Muslim women are portrayed in the media.

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