Tag Archives: Islam – Page 2

Smiling Assassins

John Bartlett explores the conflicts of being homosexual and religious, reflecting on his own experiences, as well as the perspectives of a gay Muslim man, an Imam and a Catholic theologian.

Editorial – Sport and Human Rights (March 2013)

Right Now kicked off the month of March with our sport and human rights theme. Paul Oliver explains how, contrary to what you might expect, sport and human rights are closely connected. He tells us why sport can be an effective tool to address discrimination, encourage respect, and promote social cohesion and equality. Marking Right […]

Muslim Women Kick Goals

By Amna K-Hassan This article is part of our March theme, Sport and Human Rights. It’s also part of a series of articles looking specifically at the role of women in sport. “Football doesn’t build character, it reveals it.” This was the inscription on the medallion given to every player at the end of our […]

Why do Muslims hate freedom of speech?

By Mohamad Tabbaa. This article is part of our February 2013 focus on Religion and Human Rights. “Why do Muslims hate freedom of speech?” This question is becoming increasingly common in many parts of the world, and has been raised recently in Australia in regards to the anti-Muslim film of 2012. It is now again […]