Nowadays credited to a fifteenth-century Egyptian polymath called Jalal adʹDin al-Suyuti, “The Book of Exposition” is an exploration of promiscuity under the societal constraints of the Arab-Islamic world, using bawdy and salacious scenarios to stimulate and evoke fantasies in the readerʹs mind.
Date10.04.2018 | 13:42
TagsArabian Nights, Belle Epoque, erotic, female sexuality, Jalal adʹDin al-Suyuti, Orient, promiscuity, sexual liberation, sexuality, The Book of Exposition, women's right
German-born Mekhennet has focused her investigative career on diving into militant Islamist networks. She spoke to Sabine Kieselbach about her job’s dangers and why it is important to speak to jihadists.
Date10.04.2018 | 13:10
TagsI Was Told To Come Alone, IS, Islamic State, jihadist, journalist, Souad Mekhennet, women's rights
Pole dancing is often stigmatized in mainstream Egyptian society. But the acrobatic exercise is increasingly in demand among women in a country not famous for championing women’s rights.
Date04.04.2018 | 13:36