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Need for clarity on wearing of religious signs

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has issued two preliminary rulings to guide the courts and tribunals of EU member states on the interpretation of EU anti-discrimination law. These rulings are at best controversial. They will give rise to more debate on which religious manifestations are acceptable in an increasingly secular society.

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Facebook and Twitter could pay the price for hate speech

Germany’s proposal to fine social media companies for failing to remove illegal content is a significant moment in democracy’s battle with digital giants

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Hindu Marriage Bill To Protect Women’s Rights Passed In Pakistan

ISLAMABAD:  In a landmark development, the bill to regulate marriages of  minority Hindus in Pakistan became a law today after President Mamnoon Hussain gave his approval. With the President’s approval, Pakistan’s Hindus got an exclusive personal law to regulate marriages. “On the advice of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the President of the Islamic Republic of […]

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Google ‘review teams’ to flag ‘upsetting’ search results about ‘sexual orientation’

Google “review teams” will begin to flag “upsetting-offensive” content in search results, meaning “better” content will rank higher. Google “hopes this will prevent such content from crowding out factual, accurate and trustworthy information in the top search results,” according to Search Engine Land. The new guidelines say offensive content includes “content that promotes hate or violence against […]

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The powerful way that ‘normalisation’ shapes our world

“My campaign is not going to let Donald Trump try to normalise himself,” vowed Hilary Clinton, Trump’s Democratic opponent in the US presidential race, during her election campaign. There were particular concerns around his comments about women, for instance – with fears that it would lead to a greater acceptance of misogyny. But after his election victory, […]

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Justice Alito Says America Is Becoming Increasingly ‘Hostile’ to ‘Traditional Moral Beliefs’

Alito said that “freedom of religion is in greater danger.” Human rights guarantees are worthless without a governmental structure to protect them.

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Islamic headscarves, ‘visible signs’ of religion can be banned by employers, EU top court rules

The European Union’s high court issued a ruling Tuesday that allows employers to ban Islamic headscarves and any other “visible signs of political, philosophical or religious beliefs.”

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The Crisis of Liberty in the West

The West faces a deep crisis of liberty. Full human flourishing is hindered by the dawning collapse of civil society and by crony capitalism and cultural cronyism.

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