Volume 26, Issue 3 (2021)
‘Counterterrorism’ and Human Rights, Twenty Years after 9/11: Part II

Table of Contents


War on Terror and Human Rights Violations by Security Bureaucracies: A Reading of Some General Features and Israeli Securitocracy
Louay Abdelfattah

‘Moderate’ Islam in Western Counterterrorism Praxes: Countering Extremism or Coercing Negligence?
Ahmed Badawi Mustapha


Views: How the Assad Regime Helped Create, Support, and Perpetuate ‘ISIS’?
Laila Alrefaai

Views: The Impact of Counter-Terrorism Measures on Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa
Neil Hicks

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Islamic Question before the United Nations Human Rights Committee by Yadh Ben Achour
Massaoud Romdhani

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Maher Hamoud

Lecturer and researcher of Political Economy of Development at the University of Leuven (KUL). His current research focuses on development politics, value chains, industrialisation, and international trade with and within the Global South.

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