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. A Babe in the Womb

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 1773 words.

With his return, Yasin was a major symbol of greatness in affirmity: he was the mutilated king. People began to think about the man and the movement with renewed fervor. In a bold,...

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. A Collaborator Breaker Accused of Something Close to Collaboration

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 2258 words.

This chapter describes 'Abdullah, a journalist whose avowed mission was the “uncovering” of collaborators. His problems with Hamas had begun in prison, where he'd spent a total of six...

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. A Complete Darkness

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 2326 words.

In the early days of the intifada, there were lots of curfews. The plug would be pulled, and everything would suddenly and without warning be immersed in complete darkness. People had heard...

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. A Daring Shock of Jet-Black Hair Coyly Peeking Out Beneath Her Veil

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 1883 words.

Throughout intifada media, women serve alternately as symbols of purity or disgrace, their personal behavior correlated with collective honor, as in the mawwal from the Hamas-produced...

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. A Few Hours Later; or, The Trail of a Dagger

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 985 words.

This chapter describes the operation of the Giants Abu–Surur, 'Uthman, and al–Hindi on July 1, 1993 when they boarded Egged bus #25 on French Hill. Besides their weapons, they carried with...

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“A Flood Shall Come Upon My Companions”

Rüdiger Seesemann.

in The Divine Flood

July 2011; published online September 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 963 words.

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‘A great theosophist rather than a great poet?’

Denis E. McAuley.

in Ibn `Arabī’s Mystical Poetics

August 2012; published online January 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 8634 words.

This chapter gives an overview of Ibn `Arabī’s ideas, including the so-called oneness of being, cosmology, emanations, the perfect human, the seal of the saints, and the manifestation of...

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. A Happy Man

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 3085 words.

Ra'id had promised to secure an interview with Salah 'Uthman, who, it turned out, had survived the Giants' operation, and had been released by the Israelis. The 'Uthman family home was set...

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. A Happy Man (continued)

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 3918 words.

This chapter continues the authors' conversation with 'Uthman, recollecting his memories about the missions and his devotion to Allah. In the end, 'Uthman said that he would not be able to...

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. A Khanjar, Floating

Anne Marie Oliver and Paul F. Steinberg.

in The Road to Martyrs' Square

April 2006; published online October 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: Islam. 1806 words.

This chapter documents the views of Muhammad Rushdi's brother regarding the path that Muhammad took. The brother said that there several reasons that would lead a guy like Muhammad Rushdi...

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