The DH.be news website spreads Islamophobic narratives promoted by the “Liste Destexhe” party by uncritically republishing their hateful campaign material. This is Belgium’s media monitoring highlight for May.
The far-right blog Journalistenwatch (JouWatch) uses an account of irreligious school children joining their Muslim peers in fasting for Ramadan in order to invoke the conspiratorial narrative of an alleged “Islamisation” taking place in Europe. This is Germany’s media monitoring highlight for May.
Greek opinion site The Analyst casts doubt on whether the fire in Notre Dame was an accident and rants about an alarming number of Muslims in Belgium. This is Greece’s media monitoring highlight for May.
From a Greek newspaper proclaiming an anti-Muslim editorial stance to a Belgian political party spreading xenophobic news reports, these April 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.
Greek newspaper Dimokratia published a column giving their official stance on the Sri Lanka terrorist attacks, a stance that is clearly anti-Muslim. This is Greece’s media monitoring highlight for April.