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This issue coincides with the eighth anniversary of Jadaliyya, and ushers in a new era and concept for JadMag, one that was always part of its raison d’etre. Starting this fall, it will be published as a subscription-based magazine in both hard-copy and electronically. The cultivation of a steady readership will enable the JadMag team to produce a wide-ranging and an even more intellectually stimulating publication.

These magazines will be released twice a year, in addition to a third issue that will be specifically geared toward pedagogy on issues pertaining to the Middle East and North Africa. A fourth issue will be included in all subscriptions, and it can be any of our already published theme issues on JadMag.org. Starting in 2019, each JadMag will feature diverse content and offer unique articles or interviews that will not be found on Jadaliyya at the time of publication. Coupling timely content with the addition of essential readings lists, reviews of new books and scholarly articles, and topical pieces from Jadaliyya’s celebrated archives allows the JadMag project more ambitiously to function as a knowledge producer, a near-comprehensive source of analysis on the region, and a pedagogical resource par excellence.

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    This Issue!



    Return to Syria: A Proposal from Syrian Refugees in Lebanon | 9
    David L. Suber and Roshan De Stone

    No Love Lost and Love Gained: On the Morocco-Iran Rift | 13
    Samia Errazouki

    Understanding Religion in (New) Turkey | 16
    Sinem Adar

    How the United States and Israel Praise Each Other as National Security Exemplars to Validate Their Own Actions | 21
    Hedi Viterbo

    Tunisia and the International Community since 2011: Rentierism, Patronage and Moral Hazard | 25
    Riccardo Fabiani

    The Detention of Palestinian Children and Its Impact on Their Education and Development | 31
    Leo Wiggen-Bush

    Education Controversy in Wartime Syria | 37
    Motaz al-Hinawy and Basileus Zeno 

    The Life Span of Alternative Media: Cases of Lakome and Mamfakinch in Morocco | 47
    Fadma Aït Mous and Driss Ksikes

    Workers and Officers in Egypt: The Other Failed Revolution | 55
    Zeinab Abul-Magd

    Misreading Qazvin in Washington: On the Protests in Iran | 63
    Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi

    A Critical Forum About LGBTI+ Prohibitions in Turkey | 67

    Introduction | 67
    Elif Sarı

    What Exactly Does Public Security Secure? | 67
    Evren Savcı

    Homophobia and Transphobia: State-Sanctioned Rights and Freedoms? | 69
    Sinan Göknur

    The LGBTI and the Rhetoric of Repression | 70 Mehmet
    Sinan Birdal

    Resisting Against the State of Emergency with Love | 71
    Demhat Aksoy

    “Foreign Powers,” Colonialism, and Homophobia | 72
    Elif Sarı


    Who Told You History is an Open Buffet? On Facts, Fiction and Absence in the Archives | 75
    Salma Shamel

    Roundtable on Political Islam after the Arab Uprisings | 84
    Critical Currents in Islam Page Editors

    Essential Readings on Political Islam | 91
    Peter Mandaville

    Essential Readings: Migration and the Gulf | 93
    Pardis Mahdavi and MESPI

    Essential Readings: The Arab State | 96
    Lisa Anderson and MESPI

    Reading Postrevolutionary Iran | 98
    Arang Keshavarzian


    وجه آخر للنكبة
    ياسر عاشور 

    "شجرة الهشاشة العراقية: من "المهدي" إلى التضحية بـ"ماركس صفاء خلف 
    صفاء خلف

    منال الشيخ

    بين مكافحة التطبيع العربية، والـ«بي دي إس» العالمية
    Sharif S. Elmusa


    Sara R. Farris, In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism - A Review | 117
    Catherine Rottenberg

    Forced Dispersion: A Demographic Report on Human Status in Syria
    (New Texts Out Now) | 
    Rabie Nasr

    Voice of the Muslim Brotherhood: Da’wa, Discourse, and Political Communication (New Texts Out Now) | 124
    Noha Mellor 


    An Interview with Amr Hamzawy: Reflections on the Future of Democracy in Egypt and Beyond | 128
    Sumaya Almajdoub

    Research on Syria and What Syrians Want: A Conversation with Rabie Nasr | 133 Bassam Haddad


    “Lines Drawn on an Empty Map”: Iraq’s Borders and the Legend of the Artificial State | 141
    Sara Pursley



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