As the dust settled from Operation Ore, but only after harm had been done, it became clear that a list of names of suspected pedophiles harvested by the FBI included many who were entirely innocent.
The fight against Islamophobia, just as the fight against anti-Semitism, or any other form of prejudicial hate, begins by raising awareness of the many faces of those who make profits through fear and bigotry.
How can a conflict started nearly two decades ago still be so central in the public discourse and so relevant for societal dialogue? How can important achievements of foreign policy fail to change the way societies look at certain issues? And why do we struggle so much to look at terrorist attacks as isolated crimes, but find it so easy to ascribe