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O.I.L. Media Roundup (16 April)

[This is a roundup of news articles and other materials circulating on Occupation, Intervention and Law and reflects a wide variety of opinions. It does not reflect the views of the O.I.L. Page Editors or of Jadaliyya. You may send your own recommendations for inclusion in each biweekly roundup to ...  Read More »

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Iraqi Authorities Turn Their Sights on Journalists

[The following briefing was published by Reporters Without Borders on 26 March 2014] Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about the growing hostility that the Iraqi authorities are displaying towards critical journalists. One of latest violations of freedom of information is a warrant for the arrest of ...  Read More »

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قصائد رلى الجردي

  قصائد رلى الجردي     سريرُ النّارنجِ  أنا سريرُ النّارنجِ وهو يستفيق أتحلّى بالخناجرِ واسمي سوريَّة أنا طلاءُ الأرضِ والخبزُ المنفجرُفي الأفواهِ،  الجدران المجدَّلةُ  أنا اخضرارها أغرقُ بحِنّائي أنا أوردةٌ بنَفْس اللونِ بِذاتِ الطّول لا أفصلُ ...  Read More »

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O.I.L. Monthly Edition (March 2014)

[This is a monthly archive of pieces written byJadaliyya contributors and editors on the Occupations, Interventions,and Law (O.I.L.) Page. It also includes material published on other platforms that editors deemed pertinent to post as they provide diverse depictions of O.I.L.-related topics. The pieces reflect ...  Read More »

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The Anbar Crisis: Inadequate Response to Increasing Needs

[The following press release was issued by the Danish Refugee Council on 12 March 2014] The violence in Iraq's western province of Anbar has displaced more than 340,000 individuals since late December; mostly women, children and elderly people. The Danish Refugee Council calls for humanitarian support from the ...  Read More »

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A Civilian Snapshot of Iraq: NPR Interview with Sinan Antoon on His 'The Corpse Washer'

In the following interview on 30 March epsiode of NPR's All Things Considered, Jadaliyya Co-Editor Sinan Antoon discusses his self-translated The Corpse Washer. In his comments, Antoon highlights some the ideas and processes that went into both the writing of the original Arabic version as well as English translation. ...  Read More »

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Confronting the Human Rights Crises Left in the Wake of the Iraq War

[The following briefing was written by Jeena Shah and published by the Center for Consitutional Rights on 24 March 2014] The Bush administration’s plan to invade Iraq spurred the largest outcry and anti-war protests in the history of the world. More than ten years and hundreds of thousands of lives later, U.S. ...  Read More »

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GCHR Annual Report 2014: Rising Human Rights Challenges in the Gulf Region and Beyond

[The following report was published by the Gulf Center for Human Rights on 1 March 2014] Rising Human Rights Challenges in the Gulf Region and Beyond: Annual Report of the Gulf Center for Human Rights 2014 Executive Summary This is the second annual report of the Gulf Center for Human Rights (GCHR).  GCHR ...  Read More »

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Beyond Emergency Assistance: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Iraq

[The following report was published by Refugees International on 4 February 2014] Beyond Emergency Assistance: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Northern Iraq In less than three years, the Syrian conflict has forced well over two million of that country’s citizens to take refuge in other states. Some 200,000 have fled ...  Read More »

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O.I.L. Monthly Edition (February 2014)

 [This is a monthly archive of pieces written byJadaliyya contributors and editors on the Occupations, Interventions,and Law (O.I.L.) Page. It also includes material published on other platforms that editors deemed pertinent to post as they provide diverse depictions of O.I.L.-related topics. The pieces reflect ...  Read More »

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الأنبار بين مفهومين: الحرب والسلام

هزيلة صورة الدولة الآن، لإنها مازالت تستخدم الجيش كـ"مفتاح" لحل سياسي من جهة، ووجود السلاح خارج إطار الدولة من جهة آخرى. قطعت هذه الصورة الطريق أمام السلم الأهلي، ووفرت فرصاً كبيرة للإنقسام الأجتماعي. الجيش على مسرح السياسة: في تفاصيل هذه الصور، سرعان ما تنقلب المعادلات في العراق، تعلن الحكومة عن عزمها ...  Read More »

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Reading Event: al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here (Washington DC, 5 March)

Busboys and Poets, Split This Rock, George Mason University, School of Art and Corcoran School of Art + Design Present: Al Mutanabbi Street Starts Here: Commemorative Readings Wednesday, March 5, 2014  /  6-830 PM. Busboys and Poets 14th and V Streets Washington, DC Free and Open to the Public Light ...  Read More »

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العمل المشترك بين القوى اليسارية والعلمانية والديمقراطية

يتم الفصل في المجتمعات الحديثة ما بين الذاكرة وعلم التاريخ، الذي أصبح هو الذي يحدد ويفسر أحداث الماضي. وينتقد الفيلسوف نيتشه، المؤرخين الذين ينتهجون ذاكرة انتقائية في ٳختيارهم، فقط لما يعتبرونه مفيداً للمجتمع وللإنسان. فقد شهد القرن العشرين اهتماماً ملحوظاً بمسألة الذاكرة. فبحسب أبحاث سيجموند فرويد، فإن (الذاكرة ...  Read More »

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مَسْقَطُ الرّأْس

 ها أنتَ منذ سنوات طويلة كلما تفاقمَ شظفُ العيشِ وضاقتْ بك الآفاق شعرتَ أنّ ما يعوزك هو هنالك في البلاد التي سقط رأسك فيها، البلاد التي ترعرعتَ فيها. البلاد التي ألفتها وعرفتها. نعم، أنتَ تتظاهر أمام رَهْطكَ وأصهارِكَ أنك على ما يُرام وأنك تُمْسِك بإحكام بزمام حياتك. تبعث إلى أهلك بصورة لك تبدو فيها مسترخياً على ...  Read More »

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"بحثاً عن "الثلاثة ديناري

قبل أعوام قليلة، بدأت بالعمل على رواية تدور أحداثها في العراق. ولتحفيز نفسي على الكتابة، استعرت اسم شخصية حقيقية، محسن خضر الخفاجي. للوهلة الأولى، لم يبدُ لي الخيار ذا معنى، إذ أن الأحداث مختلقة وأي تشابه ممكن سيكون بالصدفة المحضة.  لكن وفيما كنت أراجع المسودة الأولى، شعرت أنه ينبغي عليّ كشف هوية هذا الرجل. لقد ...  Read More »

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Salah Faik's "What is a Poem?"

Salah Faik's "What is a Poem?" Translated by Suneela Mubayi   Me, vagrant? No: I took off my shirt and covered pebbles that felt cold As I came back from the cars of a stalled train i chanced on the ribs of cats upon benches, beneath them letters forgotten by lovers one of them left me a ...  Read More »

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موت صاخب في عاصمة مجنونة

  بعد خمسةٍ أيام من كل أسبوع، أقضيها مضطراً خارج المنزل، يتفاقم فيها خوف من قتل على الهويّة، أو موت بسيارة مفخخة، أو حفلة اطلاقات نارية هوجاء، أرجع إلى أُمي التي تستقبلني وكأني عائد للتو من جبهات القتال. تشم ملابسي بحثاً عن رائحة البارود، وتتفقد ملامحي لتطمأن على أن سحنتي لم يطلها جنون العاصمة الذي ينشر الرعب في ...  Read More »

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New Texts Out Now: Kurdish Studies

Kurdish Studies Volume 1, Issue 1 (October 2013). J: What made you start the journal Kurdish Studies, and who are the scholars involved in its editorial work? Kurdish Studies (KS): The scholarly field of Kurdish studies has developed significantly over the last few decades, and has become an important field of ...  Read More »

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مختارات من الصحافة العربية 27 كانون الثاني

مختارات من الصحافة العربية (من 12 إلى 25 كانون الثاني 2014)  . دولة بغداد ترحب بكم يكتب عمر الجفال عن التخبط السياسي في العراق وخطورة تبعات العمليات العسكرية في الأنبار بالإضافة إلى تبعات استحداث محافظات وأقاليم جديدة. . نفط أربيل يدفع بالشرق الأوسط نحو صدام محتمل يناقش أحمد رشيد الخلافات بين ...  Read More »

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An Introduction to Kareem Risan's "The Book of Sectarianism"

The Euphrates is a long procession Cities pat its shoulders as palm trees weep —Sinan Antoon [1] In these ashen years following the 2003 American invasion of Iraq, Kareem Risan has produced over two dozen art books. Created as one-of-a-kind artifacts, some are bound and can be unfolded, expanded, and ...  Read More »

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O.I.L. Media Roundup (24 January)

[This is a roundup of news articles and other materials circulating on Occupation, Intervention and Law and reflects a wide variety of opinions. It does not reflect the views of the O.I.L. Page Editors or of Jadaliyya. You may send your own recommendations for inclusion in each biweekly roundup to OIL@jadaliyya.com by ...  Read More »

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Freedom of the Press at a Crossroads in Iraqi Kurdistan

It appears there are but two ways to depict livelihood in Iraqi Kurdistan. Western journalists covering the area commonly invoke the region's new luxury hotels and airports as symbols of its progress and prosperity. On the other hand, local journalists who document the corrupt deals behind the business boom report ...  Read More »

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العراق الذي لم يعد هناك: مقابلة مع أحمد حبيب

 العراق الذي لم يعد هناك: مقابلة مع أحمد حبيب "لماذا أعلم ابني العربية يا علي؟ العراق راح، انتهى". هذا ما قالته لي صديقة من العراق تعيش حالياً في الولايات المتحدة قبل فترة، وفي الحقيقة لم أعرف بماذا أجيبها. ورغم أن التواصل المفترض مع العراق قد يختلف من شخص لآخر- فقد يكون زيارة للعراق، أو حديثاً عنه، ...  Read More »

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صيد العنقاء

              صيد العنقاء محمد إقبال  صياغة: حميد العقابي إهداء  إلى : م. إقبال عصفورٌ يخطفُ من عينِ النسرِ سماءَه يعبرُ في السرّ فضاءَه يثقبُ غيماً يملأ كأسَه بالنورِ ........................... ........................... ظلُّ العصفورِ ...  Read More »

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Where the Tigris Flows: Water Security in Post-War Iraq and Turkey

Media coverage of Iraq in recent years has been dominated by the horrifying images of the American occupation, its impacts, and its aftermath. Sometimes lost among the political turmoil are the stories of how daily life continues and persists and how it is affected by the issues of the day. What will be the legacy of ...  Read More »

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Watch, See, Feel: Kasim Abid’s Whispers of the Cities

Whispers of the Cities, directed by Kasim Abid. Iraq/UAE, 2013. Iraqi filmmaker Kasim Abid’s documentary Whispers of the Cities, which premiered at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival in October, is the result of ten years spent observing life in the “conflict cities” of Ramallah, Baghdad, and Erbil. The director set up ...  Read More »

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Lo sivano, ‘kine em?’—Hey Sivan, Who Are We?

Lo şivano, “kîne em?”—Hey Şivan, Who Are We? Şivan Perwer came to prominence in the 1980s—at a time when Saddam in Iraq and the September 12 military junta in Turkey pursued a policy of wholesale elimination of the Kurds—by asking a question: “Kîne em?” (Who are we?) By singing a 1973 poem of the same name by the ...  Read More »

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O.I.L. Media Roundup (29 November)

  [This is a roundup of news articles and other materials circulating on Occupation, Intervention, and Law and reflects a wide variety of opinions. It does not reflect the views of the O.I.L. Page Editors or of Jadaliyya. You may send your own recommendations for inclusion in each biweekly roundup to ...  Read More »

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بغداد: نعمة النفايات وفوضاها

في العام 1921، نشرت صحيفة "العراق" إعلاناً عن رفع دعوى قضائية ضد مواطن قام برمي النفايات في الشارع، وحذّر الإعلان نفسه السكّان من رمي "الأزبال" في غير الأماكن المخصصة، و"بخلافه سيتم تغريمهم"، فيما بعد أصدرت المحكمة قراراً بادانة المدّعى عليه وحكمت عليه بتغريمه "5 ...  Read More »

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The Iraq That Is Not There: An Interview with Ahmed Habib

“Why would I teach my son Arabic, Ali? Iraq is gone, finished.” This is what a friend from Iraq now living in the United States told me a while ago, and I really did not know what to say. Although the specifics of contact with Iraq may differ—it might be about visiting Iraq, talking about it, or about “the region” as ...  Read More »

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Egypt Elections Watch Update





A Jadaliyya and Ahram Online Initiative

As part of the Egypt Elections Watch (EEW), Jadaliyya and Ahram Online, with the Center of Contemporary Arab Studies (Georgetown University) and the Middle East Studies Program (George Mason University) as co-sponsors, will produce articles/posts/profiles on a weekly basis, covering organizations, political parties, coalitions, relevant laws and procedures, and profiles of key individuals related to the Egyptian elections. This is in addition to news updates summarizing major developments surrounding the lead-up to the election, such as emerging or shifting alliances, new political positions, and candidacy announcements. If you have questions, comments, contributions, and/or an eye-witness account, please email us at: eew@jadaliyya.com. For a listing of EEW’s team members please click here.

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Democratic Alliance for Egypt
Egyptian Bloc
Islamist Bloc (Alliance for Egypt)
Revolution Continues Alliance

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Population   82,079,636
GDP  $497.8 billion
Unemployment   9%; Youth Unemployment (ages 15-24): 24.8%
Internet Users   20.136 million (2009)
Exchange Rate  5.6124 Egyptian pounds per US dollar
GDP Growth Rate  5.1%
Military Expenditures   3.4% of GDP (World Rank: 35)
Health Expenditures  6.4% of GDP (World Rank: 94)
Population Growth Rate  1.96%
Age Structure   0-14 years: 32.7%; 15-64 years: 62.8%; 65 years and over: 4.5%
Literacy   71.4%
Religious Demographics   Muslim (mostly Sunni) 90%; Coptic 9%; other Christian 1%

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