The Students for Humanity Review

May 22, 2019

On 15th March 2019, the world was faced with yet another threat of hate and division. During an ordinary Friday Prayer at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch (New Zealand), a gunman live-streamed footage of his atrocious attack that later continued at the nearby Lindwood Islamic Centre. The man, described by the media as a white suprematist and extremist planned and publicly revealed these two consecutive shootings, storming into a peaceful place of worship where 50 people were killed and 50 others were severely injured.

The unprecedented event was immediately acknowledged as a clear criminal and terrorist attack, perpetrated in the name of a hatred and unjustifiable violence.

In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque attacks, many have voiced their opinions on matters of racism, extremism,...

May 3, 2019

“The Notre Dame is burning!”, “Notre Dame is on fire!”, “Flames threaten the 850-year-old historical French cathedral”. Bad news travel fast and sooner or later the world knew that the Notre Dame de Paris had caught fire, with the most prevalent theory being that it was an accident during renovation works that caused the blaze.

Within a matter of days, the French president promises that the monument will be restored within a 5-year period and at the same time donations start flooding to fund the rebuilding of Notre Dame. Fundraising websites, campaigns and other initiatives are carried out and the global community is taking action, with individuals contributing as much as they can. What is astonishing though, is that in less than a day after the fire, a handful of France’s  billionaires don...

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