Issue #4 | Winter 2018
The cover story of the fourth issue of IWA magazine tackles the representation of the Jew in the Arab-Muslim world, focusing on the period from the colonialism to World War II. Together with that, we offer an insight on Muslim-Jewish relations during the Middle Ages, and a reflection on the book ‘A lover in Palestine’, by Selim Nassib.
in this issue
Jews in Muslim Eyes with the support of Mehnaz M. Afridi
Muslim-Jewish Relations during the Middle Ages by Arielle Blattner
The Militat Omnis Amans Effect by Sara Ibrahim
Indo-Persian Miniature Painting by Fatima Zahra Hassan
Venice and Islam: a Story of Architectural Influence by Enrico Bonamano
A History of Muslims, Christians and Jews in the Middle East and Shoah through Muslim Eyes by the Editorial Staff
Turquoise Mountain by Sandra Kukla
Selected articles from this edition are available online here.
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Jews in Muslim Eyes
with the support of Mehnaz M. Afridi
The representation of the Jew in the Arab-Islamic world from colonialism to World War II: deconstructing antisemitism.
The Militat Omnis Amans Effect
by Sara Ibrahim
The great romance “The Palestinian Lover” by Selim Nassib opens to general considerations on the feasibility of finding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Indo-Persian Miniature Painting
by Fatima Zahra Hassan
The Indo-Persian miniature painting, the mathematical principles ruling it, and how this traditional art is a source of inspiration for contemporary artists.
Venice and Islam: a Story of Architectural Influence
by Enrico Bonamano
Many scholars have discussed the influences of Islamic art and architecture on Venetian building. How and why were Venetian architects influenced by that heritage? A deep dive into medieval geo-politics can help answer these questions.