Gli eventi si possono leggere attraverso occhi diversi. E cosi è anche per il tour europeo del grand Imam di Al Azhar, Ahmed al Tayyeb. C’è una lettura religiosa, profonda, nell’incontro con Papa Francesco e nella ricomposizione di una distanza tra il Vaticano e al Azhar iniziata con il pontificato di Benedetto XVI. Aveva ragione,Read […]
While Grand Imam Ahmed al Tayyeb is in Europe, it is interesting to understand Al Azhar’s role in supporting Abdel Fattah al Sisi regime since 2013 coup…. Here. My analysis has been published on IAI’s Insight Egypt one year ago.
Appuntamento a Torino, dal 12 al 16 maggio. Lucia Sorbera e io siamo soddisfatte, stanche il giusto, incuriosite: il nostro viaggio verso Torino sta per cominciare, dopo mesi di lavoro, tessitura, confronto, fili lanciati tra Sambuca di Sicilia e Sydney, e poi assieme verso Torino. God save Skype! Perché grazie a Skype quella cittadinanza nomadeRead […]
Human rights activist Gary Spedding was refused entry to the country in 2014 over suspicions that he would ‘incite a riot.’ Jerusalem tribunal shortens ban from 10 to 5 years. An Israeli tribunal rejected last week an appeal filed by a British human rights activist who was banned from entering the country for 10 years. […]
A new campaign is pushing major media outlets to invite Arab experts to speak on their area of expertise. It seems the media landscape is responding — for the better. By Oren Persico New data reveals that leading Israeli news stations are inviting more Arab experts on news programs, following growing pressure by leading Israeli […]
The brutal police beating of a young Bedouin man outside his Tel Aviv workplace, where he was working to save money for university tuition, leads hundreds of Israelis to pitch in and pay his tuition. (Update: the crowdfunding campaign has reached 200 percent of its original goal.) By Michal Rotem Mayasem Abu Alqian, a 19-year-old […]