In the shadow of the Holocaust (1933-1945) and the solemn promise of 'Never Again,' Raphael Lemkin, a Jewish Polish legal scholar, introduced a haunting term to encapsulate the horrors of mass murder: genocide. Lemkin described it as a deliberate scheme to obliterate...
by John L. EspositoDistinguished Professor, Georgetown University In this issue Rachid Ghannouchi on Islam & DemocracyUS Policy: The Biden AdministrationConclusionNotesRachid Ghannouchi is one of the world’s leading Islamic thinkers and has been one of the most...
Full recording of Tunisia at a Crossroads conference, organised by The Cordoba Foundation, 23 June 2023, The Royal College of Pathologists, London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iiYtOyLDzY
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UN International Day to Combat Islamophobia - 15 March 2023 With the world coming to terms with crimes of past and present committed for various reasons, and with culprits of those crimes brought to account, there remains the crime of discrimination against Muslims...