The Dutch border police can use ethnicity as a criterion for selecting citizens for checks at the border. To the Netherlands’ court this is constitutional.
The politicization of the Beirut blast probe has polarized public opinion, exacerbated the public debate and led to sectarian clashes.
Abdul Qadeer Khan: Pakistani Nuclear Scientist Who Escaped Assassins, Built a Nuclear Bomb, and “Ate Grass”
Khan was a scientist, a metallurgist, and a nuclear-program architect, but at the same time, he was at the center…
Nakba Survivors Speak: “The sky was our blanket and the ground was our mattress”
Exploiting the Female Body: The YPG Case
Political Blocks in the Middle East
How Political Borders Are Redrawn in the Balkans, Caucasus and the Middle East
Kingdoms of Fire: The Political Backstage (Part I)
Long story short, we fought them with our fists. The jailers called for help from the police, but we managed to escape the prison and enter an orchard about 200 meters from the prison. When we got out, they were shooting at us.
Eighteen years after the fall of Saddam Hussein, Iraqi Shiites are divided on the relationship between political power, ethnicity, and religious legitimation.
We Cannot Use Victimhood to Justify Victimizing Others: An Interview with Alice Rothchild on Facing the Israeli Racism in Palestine
The idea that as a victim, I can do anything to survive, even if that means victimizing others, is morally and politically problematic. Until the Jewish community overcomes this particular way of dealing with the traumas of the Holocaust, we will never get out of this cultural psychopathology.