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تناولت الحلقة الأولى من هذه الدراسة والتي نشرت في العدد الثاني عشر من حوليات القدس (شتاء 2011) أوضاع مدينة القدس خلال الحرب العالمية الثانية استناداً ليوميات المقدسي طاهر عبد الحميد الفتياني، وقد عرَّفت باليوميات وصاحبها، وعرضت للأحوال العامّة التي سادت المدينة خلال ... Read More »
يوميات طاهر عبد الحميد الفتياني وإضاءات على الحياة والمجتمع العربي في القدس خلال الحرب العالمية الثانية
تمتاز اليوميات الشخصية (1)، وإلى حدّ ما كتب الذكريات، عن الوثائق الرسمية والمنشورات السياسية، سواءً الصادرة منها عن جهات حكومية أو عن جهات وحركات وأحزاب سياسية، في قدرتها على أن تنفذ ... Read More »
Saloua Raouda Choucair. Edited by Jessica Morgan. London: Tate Publishing, 2013.
One of the many myths of the Western canon is that European modern artists invented abstraction. Despite the known existence of pre-modern non-objective art among a number of non-Western cultures, twentieth-century European forays into ... Read More »
Many stakeholders inside and outside Turkey are waiting for the 2013 European Union (EU) progress report on the country, which is scheduled to be released on 16 October. According to the news leaks that have started to appear in various media outlets, the report is expected to contain fierce criticisms regarding the ... Read More »
Selma Dabbagh, Out of It: A Novel. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2012.
Selected as a Guardian Book of the Year, 2011-2012.
Jadaliyya (J): What made you write this book?
Selma Dabbagh (SD): All writers are driven by a sense of compulsion. This compulsion has component elements of arrogance and vanity, as well as ... Read More »
Ayça Çubukçu, “The Responsibility to Protect: Libya and the Problem of Transnational Solidarity,” Humanitarianism and Responsibility, special issue of Journal of Human Rights 12 (2013).
Jadaliyya (J): What made you write this article?
Ayça Çubukçu (AÇ): This article originated in a piece I wrote for Jadaliyya during ... Read More »
[The following video was issued by Nabil Abdul Rashid via UpshotTV on 23 May 2013. The video is a response to the recent murder of a British soldier in London.]
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[The following letter was issued by a group of human rights organizations, including the Alkarama Foundation, on 25 April 2013. UAE President, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, is scheduled to visit the United Kingdom today.]
Dear Prime Minister,
We are writing to urge you to express the UK government's ... Read More »
Algeria, Mali: Another Chapter in the “Global War On Terror”?
9 March 2013, 4:30 p.m.
Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS, London
As the dreadful hostage crisis at the BP-operated In Amenas gas plant in Algeria came to an end on January 19th, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron claimed, like George ... Read More »
À l’occasion de sa visite à Alger, David Cameron a souligné la détermination du Royaume-Uni à aider l’Algérie dans sa lutte antiterroriste. « Lorsque le terrorisme se développe dans différentes parties du monde, il atteint nos peuples et nos intérêts non seulement dans ces parties du monde, mais également chez ... Read More »
Difficult Transition: Iraq`s Road to Democracy
2 March 2013
SOAS, University of London
This one-day conference will bring together academics, policy-makers, politicians, journalists and civic organisations from both inside and outside of Iraq to examine the country's ... Read More »
[The following press release was issued by Bahrain Watch on 6 February 2013.]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 6, 2013
UK SPYWARE IN BAHRAIN: COMPANY’S DENIALS CALLED INTO QUESTION
: New Evidence Suggests Gamma Sold FinSpy to Bahrain
[Manama] In July ... Read More »
LONDON (24 January 2012) - UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism Ben Emmerson QC will be formally launching an Inquiry into the civilian impact of the use of drones and other forms of targeted killing, focusing on the applicable legal framework, a critical examination of the ... Read More »
An EU resolution passed in October 2012, which condemned human rights abuses in the United Arab Emirates, caused outrage among defenders of the Emirati regime and gave hope that human rights may play a greater role in EU foreign policy. Several months on, has this resolution proved to be anything more than empty ... Read More »
Light from the Middle East: New Photography
Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
13 November 2012 – 7 April 2013
The photographer Abbas’s images of the Iranian revolution have been described as “the memory of the event.” I certainly remember them. Or I remember the event. I remember anyway my ... Read More »
[This is a roundup of news articles and other materials circulating on Occupation, Intervention, and Law and reflects a wide variety of opinions. It does not reflect the views of the O.I.L. Page Editors or of Jadaliyya. You may send your own recommendations for inclusion in each biweekly roundup to OIL@jadaliyya.com ... Read More »
[The following report was issued by the Gulf Center for Human Rights on 10 December 2012.]
Mission to UAE Supports European Resolution Against Crackdown on Activists / Free expression rights of sixty-four detainees violated
A crackdown in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has violated the free expression rights of ... Read More »
[The following press release was issued by Bahrain Watch on 25 July 2012.]
UK COMPANY HELPS BAHRAIN GOVT SPY ON ACTIVISTS
Malicious E-Mail Attachments Sent to Activists Steal Passwords, Record Skype Calls
Bahrain’s government is spying on Bahraini activists with a malicious computer program apparently ... Read More »
[The following press release was issued by Al-Haq on 16 July 2012.]
Al-Haq is pleased to announce the publication of “State Responsibility in Connection with Israel’s Illegal Settlement Enterprise in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.” The new legal memorandum analyses the concept of State responsibility under ... Read More »
[The following letter was issued by the British Committee for the Universities of Palestine to the EU Commisioner for Research, Innovation and Science on 10 July 2012. The letter was signed by 250 academics from over fourteen different countries, mainly in Europe but also inlcuding the United States and ... Read More »
2012 London Palestine Film Festival. 20 April – 3 May 2012. For more information and a complete schedule of films, click here.
Each year, for the two weeks of the London Palestine Film Festival, there are a bunch of people whose social life for that fortnight becomes the festival. Others dip in and out, while still ... Read More »
Subversion. Featuring work by Akram Zaatari, Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, Khaled Hafez, Larissa Sansour, Marwa Arsanios, Sharif Waked, Sherif El-Azma, Tarzan and Arab, and Wafaa Bilal. Curated by Omar Kholeif. Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester, UK. 14 April - 5 June 2012, preview/symposium 13 April ... Read More »
“After the Spring: New Short Plays from the Arab World.” Performed at the Royal Court Theatre, London, August 2011.
As part of their international “Rough Cuts” project, the Royal Court Theatre specially commissioned a series of four short plays from the Arab world in a program entitled “After the Spring,” in response ... Read More »
3rd Gulf Research Meeting Workshop: 'Gulf charities in the "Age of Terror" and the "Arab Awakening"
University of Cambridge, 11-14 July 2012
115a Ebury Street
London SW1W 9QU
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ... Read More »
France Winddance Twine, A White Side of Black Britain: Interracial Intimacy and Racial Literacy. Durham: Duke University Press, 2011.
Despite the central role they play in our lives, the intimate spaces of family life have unfortunately remained beyond the reach of most sociological research. This empirical blind ... Read More »
Western nations have long snickered at the lack of democracy in most of the Middle East and North Africa and have offered ad nauseum free advice to Arab leaders on how to conduct their own affairs. But on occasion tables are turned, and the special wisdom and expertise of these oft-derided Middle Eastern leaders ... Read More »
With states of emergency proving salient to the unfolding of the “Arab Spring” and continuing to permeate the political landscape—through opposition to long-standing emergencies as well as proclamations of new ones—it is worth reflecting on the genesis and underlying essence of emergency law. The ostensible ... Read More »
The recent revolutions in Tunisia and Libya have brought the issue of trans-Mediterranean migration to the forefront of popular discussions about Europe’s relationship with its immediate neighbors in the Middle East and North Africa. It was on the back of hyperbolic and cataclysmic predictions of Europe being ... Read More »
“Seif is committed to resolving contentious international and domestic issues through dialogue, debate, and peaceful negotiations.” These were the words with which Professor David Held introduced a public lecture by Seif al-Islam al-Gaddafi at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2009. Last week, British media ... Read More »
If you are traveling by air in the United States, your “junk” will be inspected visually or manually by agents working for the Transportation Security Agency. Junk is hipster code for your butt, although it doesn’t discriminate against your balls and/or breasts. Non-hipsters learned the term when a traveler named John ... Read More »