Anonymous, 9 Apr 2020
Research on Middle East, Islam and digital media
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Online Palestine Poster Project Archives

The Palestine Poster Project Archives, an online collection created and maintained by Dan Walsh, contains almost 7000 posters by more than 1400 artists. This web-based archive "displays the broadest possible range of Palestine posters in a searchable format with each poster translated and interpreted".

Online Suicide Attack Database Presented at Conference in DC

The Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism (CPOST) newly updated its online Suicide Attack Database. The team is directed by Robert A. Pape from the University of Chicago, who recently presented his findings, based on data produced by a six-year study of suicide terrorist attacks around the world, at the conference Cutting the Fuse: Moving Beyond the War on Terror at the Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on October 12, 2010. He argued that the suicide terrorism was essentially driven by lengthy military occupations rather than a religious motivation. The video of his speech is available via C-SPAN.

Islamopedia On-line

Islamopedia is a collection of rulings and religious opinions addressing the most debated topics of Islamic tradition today: gender, sexuality, non-Muslims, violence, secularism. In the near future, it will present scholarly analysis of and commentary on these rulings and opinions.

EURISLAM: a bibliographical database on Islam in Europe

EURISLAM is an open access database available to all but designed especially for academics, public organisations and officials. It indexes publications concerning two major aspects of Islam in geographical Europe: the current state of Muslim populations in European societies (minority groups, immigration issues, leadership, institutions, public policies, trends, etc.) and Islam as religion (beliefs, practices, values, movements and schools of thought, etc.). The database contains reviews of press articles, books, contributions to collective publications, studies and reports, theses and grey literature. Currently, more than 4,200 references are consultable free of charge in French or English.
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