An anthropology of Muslims in Europe - A modest attempt by Martijn

Monthly Archives: June 2013

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OntdekIslam Conferentie – Groene Vogels

nav berichten over moslimjongeren die afreizen naar Syrië om deel te nemen aan gewapende strijd, organiseert OntdekIslam op zaterdag 7 juli de Groene Vogels conferentie met sprekers en discussie.

De Nog Onbekende Terrorist: Veiligheid óf Privacy?

Naar aanleiding van de onthullingen van klokkenluider Snowden is er opnieuw discussie over veiligheid vs. privacy. Maar gaat het daar wel echt om?

Dirty Wars: US, Yemen and Anwar al-Awlaki

From drone strikes to the massacre at al-Majalah, secret U.S. military actions inside Yemen are exposed in “Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield,” is a documentary film by Jeremy Scahill and Rick Rowley. Here you see interviews with Scahill, Saleh bin Fareed and Nasser al-Awlaki, who lost his son, cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, and 16-year-old grandson to U.S. drone strikes.

What Kind of Asian Are You? Part II

In the video, What Kind of Asian are you? Scott plays a friendly jogger who is very interested in guessing the heritage of Stella, an Asian American woman. Here is part II.

Breaking the Silence – Female Israeli Soldiers Testify

These testimonies of female Israeli soldiers seek to tell the Israeli public and international community what it means to be a woman serving in the territories. It is part of the project Breaking the Silence by IDF veterans.

Geweldsmarketing – Het risico van de politiek van islamofobie

Ik bespreek hier het boek van Jan Jaap de Ruiter: The Speck in Your Brother’s Eye, een reactie op Wilders’ islamofobe boek over islam: Marked for Death.

‘Two of an Oriental Kind’ – Anti-semitism, Islamophobia and the question of racism in Europe

‘Two of an Oriental Kind’ – Anti-semitism, Islamophobia and the question of racism in Europe In his seminal work, Orientalism, Edward Said refers to anti-Semitism the “secret sharer” of orientalist prejudices. The history of both Islamophobia and anti-semitism can almost be read as…

Not anymore: A Story of Revolution in Syria

Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution is a documentary Matthew Vandyke that actually takes us back to the day “Day of Rage” on March 15, 2011 in Syria. Or how it begun. You watch the powerful, intense trailer here.


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