In Saudi-Qatar Spat, “Terrorist” Is A Political Term

In Saudi-Qatar Spat, “Terrorist” Is A Political Term

Via Alex Thurston, a Visiting Assistant Professor of African Studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service who studies Islamic thought and activism in North and West Africa. Amid the dispute between Qatar and a group of Arab countries (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain), Qatar’s opponents released a list [this month] of fifty-nine individuals and twelve charities accused of involved in terrorism and extremism. The United Nations, which operates its o
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