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Light in Gaza: Writings Born in Fire

Read: Border and Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism, and the Rise of Racist NationalismSimilarly, the poet Mosab Abu Toha’s essay, “Exporting Oranges and Short Stories: Cultural Struggle in the Gaza Strip,” explores his personal attempts to resuscitate libraries, art, and cinema in Gaza following Israel’s bombing of the Islamic University of Gaza in 2014, which included the destruction of its library.

Jerusalem: Palestinian Schools Strike over Israel-Imposed Curriculum

” The Head of the Islamic Supreme Council in the occupied city of Jerusalem, Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, said in a statement, “The Palestinian people fight against the Israeli occupation has not stopped, and now it is trying to impose the Israeli curriculum on our children in Jerusalem, and our position since 1967 has not and will not change by rejecting any curriculum that contradicts our religion and our beliefs.

A Year On, The Taliban Still Seek International Recognition

“We call upon regional and other countries, the United Nations, international organizations, and especially Islamic countries and organizations to recognize the Islamic emirate as a legitimate government, to have a positive collaboration with it, and remove all the imposed sanctions,” Mujib-ul Rahman Ansari, an Afghan cleric said during a three-day gathering of Afghan leaders on July 2, 2022.

Stalking and Gender-Based Violence across the World

Read: Facing the Political Histories of Islamophobia and Anti-Arab Racism in Canada Stalking is a fast-evolving threat Stalking refers to “the act or crime of willfully and repeatedly following or harassing another person in circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to fear injury or death especially because of express or implied threats.