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Results for Islam
- Book Review: The State of Islam: Culture And Cold War Politics In Pakistan by Saadia Toor
Hamzah Saif reviews Saadia Toor's The State of Islam , "a forceful corrective to the dialogue on Pakistan." ...
- Tracks Back Home
Live reading of poem developed for the South Asians for Justice event "Gujarat Genocide and US Solidarity" in Los Angeles, April 2012 ...
- 'There are No Rules Here:' A Visitor's Guide to Guantanamo and the Military Commissions
In 2006, two attorneys observed military commissions for four weeks in Guantanamo Bay. We revisit their conclusions that the detentions and legal process afforded the detainees held there harm the U.S.'s already diminishing reputation as a leader ...
- Enemy Alien
After the 9/11 attacks, the U.S. government adopted a policy of singling out and deporting all deportable persons in the United States from Muslim and Arab countries. Caught up in this dragnet, Palestinian activist Farouk Abdel-Muhti was arrested and ...
- The Islamophobic Warriors
Yet the ranks of the Islamophobic phalanx goes beyond the evangelical right and the Tea Party movement. Among their cadre are fixtures of the security establishment, the foreign policy elite and the academy. ...
- September 11th and the Future We've Built
By placing civilian law enforcement on a single continuum with military options, the government has set the stage for the (further) militarization of American society. ...
- Erasures and Resistance: What Peter King’s Hearing Said. And What It Didn’t.
Representative Peter King’s (R-NY) first hearing on the radicalization of American Muslim communities exemplified the right wing’s ongoing commitment to constructing the idea of a radical, threatening Islam. The hearing also exposed what is, at best, ...
- Hunting the “Out-of-Place Muslim”
The Global War on Terror’s fixation on al-Qa‘ida as a roving band of "foreign fighters" allows the U.S. to claim that it is not fighting a war on Islam, but rather helping local Muslim populations rid themselves of narrow-minded interlopers ...
- On the Erasure of Violence and the Violence of Erasure
I have just characterized the killing of our lifetime’s Public Enemy Number 1, as an act of violence. The association is disconcerting. It does not readily compute. But what else does one call an act that requires the raiding of a home, and the shooting ...
- Perpetrator and Victim
Intervention Concepts for Civil Violence in Gujarat ...