After a coalition of 100 Muslim women denounced discrimination in employment against veiled women, a Belgian citizen accuses them wear the headscarf just for its appearance and not to be true campaigners for equality. This is our Belgium's media monitoring highlight for August 2018.
An ultra-nationalist newspaper spreads the lies of a self-proclaimed priest who has transformed a part of an abandoned building into a church in order to oppose the building of a mosque. This is our Greece's media monitoring highlight for August 2018.
A German tabloid deceives readers into believing that Islamic studies are given priority over Protestant religion in schools. But only subscribers can read the real reason. And it has nothing to do with an invasion. This is our Germany's media monitoring highlight for August 2018.
When Chantal Delsol claims that Muslim migrants cannot fully integrate into Europe, she is implying the moral superiority of European society and the need for (anti-Muslim) assimilation. This is our France's media monitoring highlight for August 2018
From absurd antisemitic conspiracy theories on the wildfires in Greece to the many platforms giving voice to far-right fringe individuals, these July highlights are an overview of the most significant results of our monitoring of traditional and new media in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, and the United Kingdom. GREECE – Rothschild family accused of causing the Greek wildfires Date of publication: 28 July 2018 Media outlet: Eleftheri Ora, far-right daily newspaper Link: https://goo.gl/1Qy8Jb Headline: "Rothschilds set fires with laser weapons" Description of the antisemitic content: On the front page of Eleftheri Ora, the Rothschild family are accused of being responsible for the wildfires that devastated Athens at the end of July. According to the paper, the Rothschilds started…