Turkey said on Wednesday it will take legal and diplomatic steps in response to a caricature of President Tayyip Erdogan in the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, which officials called a "disgusting effort" to "spread its cultural racism and...
Scare-uh McLaughlinTurkey is promising to take legal action over a new Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan
The Muslim Council of Elders, an independent body based in UAE capital Abu Dhabi, held an emergency meeting on Monday, presided by the Al-Azhar Grand Shaikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb, to discuss suing satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo over offensive...
Scare-uh McLaughlinThe Muslim Council of Elders announces it plans to sue Charlie Hebdo over its cartoons, says “freedom of expression” is not a justification for insulting Islam.
Zoom declined to support virtual conferences with Leila Khaled at New York University and the University of Hawai'i at Manoa last week, organizers say. The events were part of a national day of action by the U.S. Campaign for the Academic and...
The action follows the company canceling an event at San Francisco State University where Leila Khalid was meant to give a talk.
Scare-uh McLaughlinHow far will Zoom’s deletion of certain events, speakers, and topics go? It’s pretty important for universities to know this if they rely on the service for academic discussion. (3/3)
Three Hong Kong university students who will soon qualify as Liberal Studies teachers have vowed to stand by the subject despite complaints from pro-Beijing figures and the recent sacking of an educator accused of spreading pro-independence messages...
Scare-uh McLaughlin“I have to be more careful with each word or sentence that I utter in the classroom. After all, there are many pairs of eyes on us.”
Kuwait's retail co-ops have pulled French products in boycott over the use of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in a French school class on freedom of expression whose teacher was then beheaded by an Islamist.
Facebook is demanding that a New York University research project cease collecting data about its political-ad targeting practices, setting up a fight with academics seeking to study the platform without the company’s permission.