Islam in Italy

Islam in Italy Islam in Italy: The convulsions of Oriana Fallaci
When the myth of the “Bel Paese” and of the Italian “brava gente” weathers out in anti-Islamic gasps. The convulsions of Oriana Fallaci.
Islam in Italy Islam in Italy: Magdi Allam conversation to christianity
With his conversion transmitted on satellite broadcasting, Magdi Allam, Deputy Director of the newspaper “Il Corriere della Sera”, overcomes another stage of his hatred for his culture…
 
Islam in Italy Islam in Italy: Acting out
In a world where information is becoming increasingly dominated by power, journalists can turn into secret agents. The situation worsens when a Minister of the Republic spurs the racial and religious hatred of his fellow citizens.
 

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