This pack of 3 includes comprehensive review of the practices in various nations regarding the so-called terrorist threat and doublestandards, a play highlighting the impact on women caught up in these practices, and a comprehensive essay on the need for 'Western' elites to construct a narrative of the terrorist to self-identify.
Bought separately these titles cost £24.99. This pack is being sold at over 30% off at 16.99.
The titles in this pack are:
Rules of the Game by Asim Qureshi
In the aftermath of the suicide bombings on London's transport infrastructure in July 2005, the then Prime Minister Tony Blair said that 'the rules of the game have changed'. He referred to how his government planned to respond to the attacks, but few people at the time anticipated that counter-terrorism would become synonymous with circumventing time-honoured concepts such as the rule of law. It is associated now with words such as profiling, incommunicado detention, rendition and torture the world over.
The Meaning of Waiting by Victoria Brittain
Eight women tell their stories using their own words stories of the unseen fallout of the war on terror in Britain. These are stories of real women, from cultures as varied as Palestine, Senegal , Jordan, Libya, St John's Wood, and the English Midlands.
Neccessary terrorists/ Yusef J Progler
As teh smoke cleared from 9-11, the West continue dto be unsure of itself and is currently redesigning its own image in the world. To the extent that Islam is intertwined as an opposing force with the Western self-image, the West has also to redsign Islam. This is evident in the recent demonisation of Muslims.