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Bahar Mustafa and hate speech

Bahar Mustafa - diversity just got weird

In Germany, there is little tolerance of intolerance. That may come as a surprise to some, namely those who are ignorant of Germany's impressive drive to acknowledge and rectify past mistakes. So it is fitting, that in this day and age of racial and gender equality, that we in Germany support others in overcoming racial hatred and other forms of bigotry.

Take Bahar Mustafa, a London-based feminist with an apparent penchant for hate speech.  Have you been following her case in the media recently? If not, then check out the following links: Diversity Officer Could Lose Job, Petition to Have Bahar Mustafa Dismissed.

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