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Pointing out Muslims are responsible for acts of Islamic terrorism in Europe is causing a rise in anti-Muslim sentiment, therefor newspapers should hide the fact the terrorists are Muslims.
From The Daily Express:
A report from the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) found there was an increase in hate speech and racist violence in the UK from 2009 to March 2016.It's also "no coincidence" this rise coincides with a surge in Islamic terrorism.
The report makes a whopping 23 recommendations to Theresa May’s Government for changes to criminal law, the freedom of the press, crime reporting and equality law.
And despite the report not analysing coverage of the historic Brexit vote, Mr Ahlund saw fit to comment on the UK's decision to leave the EU.
In the 83-page report, the Commission said: “ECRI considers that, in light of the fact that Muslims are increasingly under the spotlight as a result of recent ISIS-related terrorist acts around the world, fuelling prejudice against Muslims shows a reckless disregard, not only for the dignity of the great majority of Muslims in the United Kingdom, but also for their safety.If you lie to people and hide the motivations of Islamic terrorists, they'll be less likely to get mad at Muslims.
Is this why so many Muslim terror attacks in Germany, Sweden and France are immediately blamed on "mental health issues"?
Despite the creation of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) in 2014 as an independent regulator for newspapers and magazines, the “ECRI strongly recommends that the authorities find a way to establish an independent press regulator according to the recommendations set out in the Leveson Report. It recommends more rigorous training for journalists to ensure better compliance with ethical standards.”
[...]In a statement, ECRI said: “ECRI welcomed, among other things, the entry into force of the Equality Act 2010 and the generally strong legislation against racism and racial discrimination in the country, as well as the government’s new hate crime action plan and substantial efforts to promote LGBT rights in the UK which have led to a significant change in attitudes.Britain reportedly rejected the recommendations, writing back: "The Government is committed to a free and open press and does not interfere with what the press does and does not publish, as long as the press abides by the law."
Of course, that's a total lie as they already have tons of hate speech laws on the books.
Nonetheless, I guess it's better than saying "aye aye, Guvna!"
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