Searchlight features Nazi bombs and niqab
The latest edition of the British anti-fascist magazine [Searchlight](http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/index.php] has a front-page feature on last month’s incident where chemical precursors to explosives were found at a house belonging to a member of the British National Party, which was under-reported in the media because the police sat on the story and claimed that there were reporting restrictions, which there were not. The widespread suspicion is that the lack of any media coverage was because they were white extremists and not Muslims (and let’s face it, it’s not as if we’ve ever had such people leaving nail bombs around, is it?). The edition also has an article, not on the website, about the response to Jack Straw’s comments about the niqab and attacking the right-wing tabloid response in particular.
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