Breaking the cycle of antisemitism on campus

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For some time now, there has been a depressing series of incidents in Oxford with antisemitism as the clear commonality between them. Every term or so, a serious antisemitic incident occurs.

Xinjiang’s Vanishing Christians

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MOST PEOPLE ARE AWARE OF THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT’S PERSECUTION OF THE UYGHUR MUSLIMS. THE VAST MAJORITY OF UYGHURS ARE MUSLIMS, BUT THERE IS ALSO A SMALL UYGHUR CHRISTIAN MINORITY WHO ARE ALSO BEING PERSECUTED BY THE CHINESE AUTHORITIES.

On freedom of religion or belief, the UK government needs to turn its rhetoric to reality

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“The fact is that we simply can’t afford to be religiously illiterate in today’s world. To be religiously illiterate in today’s world is simply to fail to understand how and why others act as they do.” – These are the words of Bishop Philip Mounstephen, the Bishop of Truro, speaking at the deferred 175th anniversary celebration of The National Club earlier this month.