Meager coverage to terrorism against Muslims

24th Dec 2015

Sir, It’s very tragic that Daesh atrocities in Lebanon and Turkey took a back seat to the Paris terror attacks. I feel that the media sets the tone for global reaction; and by giving such pathetic meagre coverage for those who lost their lives in Muslim countries the media is ensuring people in the West become desensitized to the suffering of Muslims.
Perhaps Muslims in the West would not be asked to be in a constant state of guilt if the Western media focused on the tragic tales of Muslim men, women and children who die by the hands of Daesh on a daily basis.
Yours
Khairyia Abbas
By Email

Sir, The terrorist event created by ISIS is leading to more and more Muslims being targeted, suspected. One US presidential candidate Trump is talking more Anti Muslim and raising the temperature. But who has created this ISIS in the first place? Where are they getting their funding? Are America, France and Russia doing more harm by bombing Syria (innocents being killed). Is the blood of Beirut/Gaza strip people less valuable than the blood of Frenchmen or Westerners?
We want an effective debate so that Non Muslims realize the damage they are causing by rising tensions.
Yours
Polspeak
By Email

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