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Amaria Sedrini’s chic undies
Amaria Sedrini’s chic undies | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanBorn in Tlemcen, Algeria, Amaria Sedrini reaches Tourcoing with her family in 1962. Following to a career in education, Amaria decides, at the age of 40, to lighten up her life as well as the greyness of the North of France by creating fine lingerie. The revelations of the bottom of success of a cheeky woman!
 
A Scottish «Damascus» tours the Middle-East
A Scottish «Damascus» tours the Middle-East | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanTheatrical play by Scottish author David Craig «Damascus» highlights the impact of pre-conceptions and stereotypes in indentifiying how people interact and relate to one another through Paul’s character who seeks to market his new book on teaching English in Damascus..
 
Islam in Italy: Magdi Allam conversation to christianity
Islam in Italy: Magdi Allam conversation to christianity | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWith his conversion transmitted on satellite broadcasting, Magdi Allam, Deputy Director of the newspaper “Il Corriere della Sera”, overcomes another stage of his hatred for his culture…
 
Immigration policies: Spain, an ambiguous mirror
Immigration policies: Spain, an ambiguous mirror | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIf we take a closer look at Spain’s immigration policies, some shadows emerge, as do some disquieting news items, especially in the (colonial) enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla.
 
Gaza Reveals History's Familiar Tune
Gaza Reveals History's Familiar Tune | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIt is astonishing how old adages emerge to illuminate perplexing and convoluted situations. History unfolds itself like an ever-familiar tune as the people of Occupied Palestine perish at the hands of Israel’s colonial settlement and Muslim leaders quiver in their collective boots.
 
Tigran Hamasyan at Liban Jazz
Tigran Hamasyan at Liban Jazz | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLiban Jazz is the premiere jazz festival in Lebanon. Created in 2004 by promoter Karim Ghattas, the festival developed rapidly gaining huge popularity primarily due to the diversity of its line up each year.
 
Islam in Italy: The convulsions of Oriana Fallaci
Islam in Italy: The convulsions of Oriana Fallaci | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWhen the myth of the “Bel Paese” and of the Italian “brava gente” weathers out in anti-Islamic gasps. The convulsions of Oriana Fallaci.
 
Islam in Italy: Acting out
Islam in Italy: Acting out | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn a world where information is becoming increasingly dominated by power, journalists can turn into secret agents. The situation worsens when a Minister of the Republic spurs the racial and religious hatred of his fellow citizens.
 
The Multicultural Youth of Turin: fragmentation
The Multicultural Youth of Turin: fragmentation | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn Turin, the world of youths is increasingly fragmented. Romanians, Moroccans, Albanians, Peruvians, Chinese and, obviously, Italians spend their time according to their nationality.
 
Listen and remember
Listen and remember | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThere was a news report that a Libyan plane had transported Gaza’s wounded (no more than a handful in matter of fact) to be treated in Libya’s hospitals. This brought to mind the figure of “Colonel” Muammar Al-Qadhafi, the very man who had dumped thousands of Palestinians on the Libyan-Egyptian border, where they remain to this day..
 

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