Nabila Ramdani is an award-winning French-Algerian journalist, columnist and broadcaster who specialises in French politics, Islamic affairs and the Arab world.
The French president is learning yet another hard lesson in foreign policy mere weeks before the April presidential election.
In the face of a health and economic crisis ravaging the country, France’s hang-up over Muslim women’s clothing is bordering on farcical.
Suspiciously, Emmanuel Macron is revitalising the memory of a Black woman at the same time as he is being accused of appeasing racists.
The 'commemoration' of the 1961 Paris Massacre showed that the French president still harbours a colonial mindset.
Several French lawmakers are now compelled to hinder accountability, not racial injustice.
French laws against Muslim women with face-coverings stand in marked contrast to its pandemic policy. Is this a double standard?
The world cannot allow France to consign its colonial-era massacres to the dustbin of history.
Several incidents show that French law enforcement is dealing violently with minorities under the cover of new emergency measures.
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