Mark Birbeck writes that people are entitled to be angry, and they are entitled to want to discuss what exactly Islamism is, since it is a challenge for all of us. Join us in London on February 25th, to say 'No to Terror'.
There were two stories on Monday, both about the statue of Amy Winehouse in London's Camden Market, her Star of David necklace, and a pro-Palestinian sticker. The first story–and by far the most widely covered–featured the understandable outrage that a sticker from last weekend's
Susannah D, an ex-UNICEF, EU and WHO consultant, and now a UK civil servant, introduced an important article from 2010, which looked at UNRWA's role in perpetuating the plight of Palestinian refugees.