Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Criminalization of Critique in Erdogan’s Totalitarian Turkey

As Western leaders continue to yield to his hounding politics, Erdogan has become only more violent in his suppression of dissent within Turkey. In true totalitarian form, Ankara’s conception of dissent has also grown increasingly all encompassing. Given Erdogan’s steady … Continue reading

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Against Islamic Authorities and in Solidarity with the Victims of Islamism  

Having never been a Muslim or a believer of any other religion, when the Islamic State justified the mass murder of Yezidi men and the sexual enslavement of Yezidi women in August 2014 with reference to Mohammed’s genocidal campaigns against … Continue reading

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