Does ‘Islamophobia’ curtail free speech?
- While the offence of blasphemy has been abolished, the Racial and Religious
Hatred Act, despite its protection for freedom of expression, is nevertheless, regressive.
- Without proper scrutiny or debate, the epithet ‘Islamophobia’
has seamlessly become accepted as a valid phenomenon and term in
- This is doubtless considered a success for those Islamic organisations and campaigners that easily take offence, and their apologists, but it is decidedly harmful to free speech, the bedrock of a free society.