The lawyers of French club Nice Algerian football player Youcef Atal have announced appealing the suspended prison sentence issued against him, due to his support for the Palestinian cause. Atal was sentenced to an 8-month suspended sentence and a fine of 45,000 euros, on charges of incitement to hatred based on religion. The player’s lawyer, […]Read more..
With donations from those who believe in freedom of art and expression
“Oyoun” Cultural Center is waging a legal battle against the municipality of Berlin after the latter stopped its funding
The leftist cultural center “Oyoun” succeeded in raising 72 thousand euros from donors defending freedom of art in Germany to begin a legal battle against the municipality of Berlin, after the city’s Senate’s controversial decision to stop funding the center under the pretext of engaging in “anti-Semitic” activities. Media outlets reported that in order to […]Read more..
Black and Muslim women suffer the most
Study shows that the racism train reached the health sector station in Germany
A recent study revealed that racism and discrimination against minorities has reached the level of the health sector in Germany, indicating that Muslim, Asian and dark-skinned women are the most exposed to racial discrimination when they need to receive medical care. The study conducted by the Observatory on Discrimination and Racism in Germany, known as […]Read more..
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz urged all people in his country to protect Jews in light of the recent incidents that Germany classifies as anti-Semitic incidents, while the European Commission said that anti-Semitic incidents in Europe have reached unprecedented rates. In an interview with the German newspaper “Mannheimer Morgen” published on Monday, November 6, Scholz said: […]Read more..
For their solidarity with Gaza
Germany: Integration Commissioner warns of increasing racism against Muslims
Berlin’s Integration Commissioner, Katarina Niewiedzial, warned of the increase in anti-Muslim racism in the capital, noting that increasing numbers of people of Israeli origins no longer feel safe due to the war in Gaza. “I worry that the current debate is amplifying anti-Muslim racism,” Niewiedzial told the Tagesspiegel newspaper. She added: I would like the […]Read more..
Because of his support for Gaza
Demands to withdraw French citizenship from international player Karim Benzema
French parliamentarian Valérie Pouilly called for the withdrawal of French citizenship from the international football player of Algerian origin, Karim Benzema, after he sympathized with the residents of the Palestinian city of Gaza. It is noteworthy that Benzema published on social networks a message in which he expressed his sympathy for the residents of Gaza […]Read more..
As hundreds of Palestinian casualties and fatalities occur daily due to Israeli airstrikes on Gaza since Hamas’s bloody attack on Israel on October 7, anti-Arab and anti-Muslim sentiments are on the rise in Europe, influenced by the ascent of far-right ideologies and the dominance of populist ideas. Rising racist sentiments and hate crimes against immigrants […]Read more..
German police bans a demonstration in solidarity with Palestine… Organizers accuse the police of “racism”
The organizers of the demonstrations in support of the Palestinian people in Berlin accused the police of racism due to the ban on demonstrations, and announced that they would take legal measures against depriving the entire Arab community of its right to freedom of expression, while Chancellor Olaf Scholz criticized the anti-Israel demonstrations, describing them […]Read more..
German police reported that unidentified persons assaulted a 34-year-old young man in Berlin Neukölln on the evening of Sunday, September 24, leading to his transfer to the hospital with a broken nose, in a new episode of discrimination, hatred, and anti-Muslim behaviour in Germany. The “Amal, Berlin!” website reported that the young man was hit […]Read more..
German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser banned a far-right association called “Hammerskins Deutschland,” noting that the ban was a strong blow to right-wing extremism and racism. The German government recently announced an increase in the frequency of politically motivated attacks on shelters for asylum seekers in the first half of this year compared to last year. […]Read more..
Figures released by the Office for the Registration of Discrimination Cases in Football in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, on Tuesday, September 12, revealed that racism is still an issue in German football. The Office for the Registration of Cases of Discrimination in Football in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia has monitored 211 cases […]Read more..
Greek firefighters continue to fight the “largest” forest fire in the European Union in 23 years, while the far-right accuses migrants of being behind the fires, which killed about 20 people, most of them migrants. The fire that broke out on August 18 in the northeast of the country, near the coastal city of Alexandroupolis, […]Read more..