Religious Pluralism in the Middle East: the Canary in the Coal Mine | Middle East Bulletin 36

Institution: Centre for Mediterranean, Middle East & Islamic Studies (CEMMIS)

Publication Date: 2019


Living as a religious minority in Erdogan’s Turkey: Sunnification and conspiracy theories

Christians in Syria and Lebanon: Precarious balances

Facets of religious pluralism in Egypt

Holy Lands of faith, blood and conflicts

The United Arab Emirates: Institutionalizing tolerance

Bahaism: A peaceful religion under persecution

Kakais’ evolving dilemma; Survival through tested secrecy or claiming more in the open?

Yazidis: attempts to recover and struggle to survive in post-ISIS era

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