The land the late Arab-American political scientist evokes in his posthumously published memoir is not a real place with real people. It is a land inhabited by people who Western racists would like to imagine.
A Different Sort of Truth
In the novel released this year, Mohamedou Ould Slahi offers a glimpse of the world he created to escape Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp, writes Alexander Hartwiger.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Michael C Hudson & the Arabs
The late scholar was co-founder of the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown, which directly challenged the Zionist narrative and traditional Orientalist teaching, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Embracing the Equality of Nations
The decline of the West should come as no surprise, yet the U.S. still wages a ferocious fight against the prospect of equality among nations.
THE ANGRY ARAB: ‘The 1967 Defeat’ Industry
As`ad AbuKhalil questions why Arab destiny should be tied to a war that took place more than 50 years ago.