Volume 3 – Issue 1

Volume 3 – Issue 1

Muslims’ Engagement in 2020 with BLM: Promise and Problems

Dawud Walid discusses Muslim communities’ responses to anti-Black racism in the US and within their own circles since the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2012.  Despite progress in addressing apathy and internalised racisms, Muslims have a long road to travel in the quest for social

Peace is still holding

The guns stopped 25 years ago, but is the war over and can territorial unity survive in Bosnia and Herzegovina?  Demir Mahmutćehajić discusses the problems of the Dayton Peace Agreement, in particular the problems it has created around representation, what it means to Bosnia and

Samson’s Rage: A Critique of Modern Zionism

Jennifer Loewenstein looks at the devastation caused by modern Zionism and finds the roots of these calamities in the ideology that underpins the nation state of Israel today.  Modern Zionism contradicts what we, in the West, claim as our fundamental political and social values. It