United Kingdom

British Joy and Syrian Blood

In April 2011 when all mainstream media were jabbering about British royal wedding, NATO aircrafts were bombarding Tripoli, Sirte and other Libya cities killing innocent civilians. Then Libyan children even congratulated the couple showing a picture during a press-conference in Tripoli: the blood was pouring down from Prince William’s hands […]

Condoms for British Justice

For slightly under a year, the war on Julian Assange, an Austrian commentator and publisher on the wanted list in the US and Sweden, seems to steadily top the British law-enforcement agenda. While much ado surrounds the cross-border manhunt, the formal charges which prompted it are not on the public […]

Britain to Take Off the Cross

The news that the British cabinet upholds the ban on wearing Christian symbols at work appears surreal at first glance, but, upon scrutiny, incidents in which Christian believers face discrimination from their employers over their religious practices mirror a profound global trend. On the Surface Two episodes in which the […]