Global Correspondent for Byline Times. Columnist for Inside Arabia. Activist against Islamophobia. @cjwerleman
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With more concerning climate emergencies unfolding in the past week in Australia and Greenland, CJ Werleman asks: what will it take for people to wake-up to reality?
How the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party in the 2019 General Election fits within a wider global shift to the right.
Profits from far-right groups and individuals posting unacceptable content on the social media giant about Muslims may be the reason why it's not taking action to remove it.
Social media platforms are helping to prevent Kashmiri and Palestinian anguish from reaching a global audience
The International Olympic Committee must learn from its mistake in proceeding with the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany, says CJ Werleman.
CJ Werleman dissects a new poll showing that 39% of white evangelicals and 54% of white protestants believe the US President to be God's chosen representative on Earth.
Continuing his reports on the atrocities in western China, CJ Werleman documents more of Beijing's crimes against humanity.
When anti-Muslim rhetoric is combined with the rewarding of war crimes against Muslims, the consequences are grave – not only for Muslim Americans but the US military, CJ Werleman argues.
'They asked her to Record a Video about how much Love she Gets': Debunking China's Uyghur Propaganda Videos
CJ Werleman speaks to two Uyghur activists living in the US whose family members were used to deceive the world about China's treatment of the Muslim minority.
China's Muslim Concentration Camps Paint a Bleak Picture of the Future Awaiting the Hong Kong Protestors
CJ Werleman explains how the Hong Kong protestors are being mobilised through fear that China's Uighur concentration camps represent the future awaiting the island.
CJ Werleman explores why the UK has failed to condemn the murders and violence in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Trump Can’t Wage War on the Cartels Without Reforming America’s Gun Laws and Ending its ‘War on Drugs’
The US has spent more than $2.5 trillion on prohibition despite there being no empirical data to support its supply-side focused policy, writes CJ Werleman.
CJ Werleman on more worrying developments in the US, where President Donald Trump is spinning his potential impeachment into a 'coup' which will require retaliation.
California is Burning – But we Can Only Walk as Fast as the Slowest Among Us when it comes to Climate Change
Why do irrefutable scientific data and observable changes in climate patterns still not compel the US to take action on climate change?
British Muslims are Celebrating the Death of ISIS' Leader – but will we Read About that in the Newspapers?
CJ Werleman examines the damaging and inaccurate narrative propagated by the UK's tabloids: "Why won’t Muslims condemn terrorism?”
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