Posts Tagged "Middle East Eye"

April 2018

Posted on May 3, 2018

Ricard Gonzalez: La Túnez marginada, escéptica con la descentralizaciónEl Pais, April, 27, 2018:
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La apatía domina la campaña electoral de las municipales en Gafsa, bastión de la izquierda

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March 2018

Posted on April 2, 2018

Annette Steinich: Dieses Buch birgt Sprengstoff: Historisch-kritische Ausgabe rückt den Koran in ein neues LichtNeue Zürcher Zeitung, March, 19, 2018:
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Progressive islamische Denker fordern seit langem, den Koran im Kontext seiner Entstehungszeit zu lesen und zu verstehen. Erstmals legt nun der tunesische Islamwissenschafter Abdelmajid Charfi eine historisch-kritische Koranausgabe vor.

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February-March 2016

Posted on March 31, 2016

Conor McCormick-Cavanagh: A love letter to my father: The gift of reading for Tunisia’s prisonersMiddle East Eye, March 24, 2016:

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““Books to Prisons,” which aims to bring as many different types of books as possible to different prisons throughout Tunisia, is the brain-child of Ben Mhenni, the writer of the renowned blog “A Tunisian Girl,” and her father Sadok. The goal is to both counter the radicalisation of inmates and to provide some enjoyment to prisoners stuck behind bars. Since the project’s launch on 11 February, Ben Mhenni has been travelling to different cultural centres, libraries and schools to present her new charity drive. Her goal is to collect 15,000 books from around the country in order to deliver them to prisons throughout Tunisia. ”

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