Mary Jackson

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Mary Jackson contributes regularly to The Iconoclast, our Community Blog. Click here to see all her contributions, on which comments are welcome.

When Time Met Inclination (August 2012)

When is a cliché not a cliché? (April 2012)

Who Do You Like the Best of Us? (December 2011)

Why? What do you mean, why? (November 2011)

Grave Matters  (August 2011)

Never Judge a Book by its Home Page (July 2011)

O'Bamagh's Irish Stew (June 2011)

HRH Haram (May 2011)

Why Can't a Woman be More Like a Man? (March 2011)

One of Those Things (January 2011)

Call Me Murgatroyd (December 2010)

Elvish, schmelvish (November 2010)

Inshallah (October 2010)

Want Not, Waste Not (September 2010)

Penny For Our Thoughts (September 2010)

Western Handmaids of Allah revisited (Symposium 2010) (July 2010)

Dignity or Sati? Death as a Lifestyle Choice (June 2010)

Highbrow and Lowbrow (May 2010)

Eating Our Words (April 2010)

In Praise of Pointlessness (March 2010)

Twelfth Night Blues – And Greens (January 2010)

Roman in the Gloamin' – Polanski's Murky Friends (December 2009)

Keep Your Hair On, Geert (November 2009)

Thrill by Mouth (October 2009)

The Black Album (September 2009)

Pornography (August 2009)

Stranger Danger – Is Every Man a Suspect? (August 2009)

England People Far Too Nice (July 2009)

Islamic Reform – Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice? (Part II) (May 2009)

No Sisterhood in Islam (March 2009)

Panache (March 2009)

Islamic Reform – Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice? (Part I) (February 2009)

Sex on the Beach – is Western Decadence a Molotov Cocktail? (January 2009)

Three-Cornered Clich? (December 2008)

Boxing Clever (November 2008)

To the Victim, the Spoils (November 2008)

The Long and Short of It (October 2008)

Sharia in Britain: a Failure of Judgement (September 2008)

Art with a Capital F (August 2008)

Crying All the Way to the Bank (August 2008) 

London-Paris-London (July 2008)

No-Go Areas? Just Go There! (July 2008)

The Seventy-Two Virgin Question (June 2008)

Boris (May 2008)

Depression Is Not A Feminist Issue (April 2008)

An Un-Islamic Tax Loophole (April 2008)

Antidisestablishmentarianists Against Islam (March 2008)

Exit, Pursued by a Man in Bear Costume (Feb. 2008)

Jihad Made in Britain (Jan. 2008)

The Islamist (Dec. 2007)

Minimum Headroom (Nov. 2007)

Islamophobophobophobia (Oct. 2007)

Partners in Crime (Sept. 2007)

The Pedants' Revolt (August 2007)

Have you enjoyed these articles? (July 2007)

Islam – The Path of Least Resistance (June 2007)

Don't mention the Muslims (May 2007)

Signs of the times (April 2007)

Islam is boring (March 2007)

Dozy bints – Western handmaids of Allah (Feb. 2007)

Sweet Foucault: nontrivial neotextuality as postmodern meta-mytheme (Jan. 2007)

Volapük – Esperanto for losers (Dec. 2006)

Ruritania – a happy land (Nov. 2006)

Rape – a hopeless case? (Oct. 2006)

Burkha or bikini? (September 2006)

Bossom (August 2006)

Malaplomb (July 2006)

There was a young girl from Uttoxeter… (June 2006)

Google-Thwart (May 2006)

Mary Jackson's articles at Pajamas Media

Click here to see all Mary Jackson's articles at Pajamas Media

Know Your Place: Britain's Joe the Plumber Moment (May 2010)

Don't Leave it to the BNP to Stand Up for Britain (October 2009)

Death as a Lifestyle Choice (July 2009)

Why has Obama Got It In for Muslim Women?  (June  2009)

Geert Wilders Respects Muslims, British Government Doesn't  (February  2009)

Society Builds Wall Between Men and Children (December 2008)

Sex on the Beach No Excuse for Jihad (November 2008)

Muslim Marriage Contracts: Equality or PR Stunt? (August 2008)

It's Not Just Muslims: Christians Play the Victim Card Too (July 2008)

Sharia Law Not Coming to Britain – Yet  (July 2008)

A Hairdresser, A Hijab, and a 'Hate Crime' (July 2008)

Muslim no-go areas in Britain? Just go there! (June 2008)

Pig tales, pigtails and Islamism (May 2008)

Common sense and double standards in 'campus rape myth' (April 2008)

Depression is not a feminist issue (March 2008)

Jihad made in Britain (December 2007)




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