Slavery, racism, and Orientalism form a continuum from past to present, and sci-fi is no exception.
In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological.
Messiah is not egregiously Islamophobic like 'Homeland' but if you dig deeper, the Orientalism starts to show.
In New York alone, there has been a 21 percent increase in crimes targeting Jewish people in the past year.
The Washington Post was roundly ridiculed for the way it presented the death of the Daesh leader. But even reactions from the so-called liberal media resorted to simplistic assessments of the ‘Muslim world’.
The latest heatwave demonstrates that climate change is a transnational threat that requires transcontinental cooperation.
The Alternative for Germany is using centuries-old imagery of Muslim men molesting European women to get votes for the upcoming parliamentary election.
Tlaib criticism of the anti-BDS legislation and the backlash it generated from rightwing groups hides the fact that Muslims and Jews are in danger in America.
Turkish voters are far more informed about the political choices they make then they are given credit for outside of Turkey.
Structural discrimination against Jewish people was a norm from the Middle Ages to the19th and 20th century Europe, but such institutional practices weren't common in the Middle East. We examine the origins of anti-Semitism.
Edward Said's seminal text on Orientalism laid the foundations for analysing the modern world and its relationship with power structures. But does it go far enough?
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