Some very backlogged...
Ethnic cleansing globalised
I'm not sure if I've already blogged this, but if you haven't read it you have to: Rebecca L on Buddhists, Myanmar, Incitement to Murder, and Responsibility for one's own actions.
I'm not sure how many posts at Jacobinism I've recommended before, but please read them all, especially the last two: Bullets, Books & Pens (on Malala and more) and Day of the Demagogue (on anti-Muslim violence and The Apocalyptic Fantasies of the Liberal Left and the Far-Right). Also check out Homo Economicus, including this indictment of Mo Ansar's marriage advice and this rebuttal of Assed Baig on Malala. Which leads neatly on to:
Secularism, Islamism, the left - in the West and in MENA
Everywhere: Peter Ryley: Moderates (must read).
UK: From One Law For All: Siding with the Oppressor: The Pro-Islamist Left, by John Miller, with a postscript: The politics of betrayal, by Maryam Namazie [pdf]. Read the postscript here too. Kenan Malik on the pleasures of pluralism and the pain of offence. James AVPS on the left and Islamism.
From Bangladesh to East London: Delwar Hussain.
Tunisia: The tightening grip of Salafism in Tunisia: an interview with Habib Kazdaghli. Defending the revolution in Tunisia.
Egypt: Mariz Tadors: J'Accuse the West.
Pakistan: Bina Shah on the Malala backlash.
The Protocols of the Interest Rate Lobby
On the conspirationists in Turkey's AKP and opposition.
AJ Adler: “It goes without saying”: the Further Rhetoric of Terrorist Apologia. Liel Leibowitz on Greenwald's bizarre anti-American/anti-Israel conspirationism. James Bloodworth on internet freedom on Snowden's flight path.
The Overgrown Path on Benjamin Britten, pacifism and the Nazi invasion of Britain.
A strange kind of glory: Paul Stott on life undercover. The Socialist Party on the Peter Francis and the 1990s infiltration of anti-racist groups and Militant fronts: Scandal of police attempt to denigrate Lawrence family.
South London Anti-Fascists Statement of Principles. Flesh is Grass: Unite Against Fascism. Sam Morecroft and Chaz Lockett: Far-right EDL march in Sheffield: class-based response needed. Paul Stott: Assessing the British far right and the ground it stands on. Matthew Bromfield: EDL LGBT, the dark side of the rainbow.
Tory Patrick Mercer. Judge Frederik Harhoff. Lib Dem Jenny Tonge. Lib Dem David Ward. Lib Dem Sir Bob Russell. (Hmm, is there a trend here?)
Trade unionist Emine Ibrahim on supporting progressive forces. David Hirsh on the left and Israel. AJ Adler on the uncanny John Mearsheimer.
Sultan Knish: We are all George Zimmerman.
Marco Hoare on the case for arming Syrian rebels.
The left is fucked
Automnia: Left for dead. Platypus/Endnotes: What is to be done with the left?
Soundscapes of Bahrain, by Ari Akkermans. The dangers of being retro: revivalism in dance music.
Çapulcu Şarkılar: Music of the Turkish spring. Crooners and their dictators.
Image credit: Kathy Winkler.