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Against the Death Penalty – Areo

“Prohibiting capital punishment protects citizens from state overreach. Bringing it back would not protect us from the violent criminals among us,” argues Ralph Leonard. The last execution in Great Britain took place in 1964, but Tory politicians still periodically raise the possibility of reinstating capital punishment in tub-thumping speeches designed to convince the public…View Post

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Gender-Critical Philosophy: A Defence – Areo

“Trans women can have all the rights they want even if, literally speaking, they are not women.” Philosophers Alex Byrne, Holly Lawford-Smith and John McLaughlin debate trans rights and set out the gender-critical position for Areo Magazine. A Conversation between Alex Byrne, Holly Lawford-Smith and John McLaughlin John: The term gender identity was first defined

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The Left’s Silence on Islamic Homophobia – Areo

“As if the left’s silence was not detrimental enough to LGBT rights, its accusations of racism and Islamophobia towards those who seek to criticize Islamic homophobia are a blatant betrayal,” writes Jimmy Bangash. In association with Queer Majority. In Muslim communities, homosexuality is intrinsically linked to anxiety, intimidation, violence and, in some cases, death. For

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Water Shortages: A Problem We Can and Must Solve Now – Areo

“The problem is not—and never has been—how much water we have, or even how much water we use. Edge cases aside, the water we “consume” is not destroyed, only dirtied and displaced. The problem is the water’s location and condition. Changing either of these things requires time, space and energy, all of which cost money.

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Outlawing Islamophobia: A Terrible Idea – Areo

“Muslims are not a homogeneous group and cannot be properly understood or represented in language borrowed from racial discourse,” argues Khadija Khan. In July 2023, two senior Labour councillors in Walsall were reported to police, accused of hate crimes against Ahmadiyya Muslims—a minority group within the religion. Local party leader Aftab Nawaz and…View Post

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