‘Orientalists and their presuppositions in Islam’ – Mohamad Nasrin Nasir addresses the topic in his book “Inherited Prejudices: Modern Orientalists and Their Delusions Regarding the Qur’an”. His book is available for purchase from the IHRC Shop. For this and other exciting offers from our bookshop please check the Shop section below.
In this ‘what’s new’ we also have the alert for the recent vacancy at the IHRC. For more details check the link for the alert under the Alerts section.
The release of the prominent Saudi human rights activists Dr Sa’eed al-Zu’air and three others from the Saudi prisons is another highlight of this week on ihrc.org.uk. For more details check the campaigns section of this’ What’s new’.
“Memorcide: Crime, Closure and Reconciliation in Palestine” is the title of speech by Professor Ilan Pappe of the University of Exeter UK, which was given at IHRC’s annual Genocide Memorial Day event. You may watch the video clip for the speech via the links under the Video section.
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Professor Ilan Pappe presenting his paper entitled: “Memorcide: Crime, Closure and Reconciliation in Palestine” at the third annual Genocide Memorial Day 2012.
Neigeme Glasgow Maeda is giving a presentation is on his film “Faces of the Slave Trade” Genocide Memorial Day 2012.
Bruce Kent – Genocide Memorial Day 2012
Questions & Answers – Genocide Memorial Day 2012
IHRC Chair Thanks the distinguished guests and speakers for their participation.
Kika Markham actress remembers the victims of Genocide around the world.
Siddiqa Juma Artist and the producer for the Genocide Memorial Day animation speaks about children and genocide.
Gujarat Massacre: Statement of Justice Hosbet Suresh
The retired Bombay High Court judge and advocate speaks at the Gulberg Memorial
Open letter to WSJ for endorsing murder of Iranian scientist
S. Mohamed Idris reflects on the rhetoric of war
Inherited Prejudices: Modern Orientalists and Their Delusions Regarding the Qur’an
Author: Mohamad Nasrin Mohamad Nasir
Reflections on Chinese Policy in Xinjiang-Uighur Autonomous Region
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A Selection of Poetry
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Under the UN Flag: The International Community and the Srebrenica Genocide
Author: Hasan Nuhanovic
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Holy Qur’an: Chapter 4, Verse 75
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