Historian and writer.
Bat Ye’or was born in Egypt and later became a British citizen. She dedicates her work to documenting the situation of religious minorities living in the Muslim world. Bat Ye’or is well-known for using the term “dhimmitude” as a description of the status of non-Muslims living in an Islamic state. In 1997 and 2002, she spoke to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and at U.S. Congressional Human Rights Caucus (CHRC) Briefings.
Bat Ye’or has published numerous books and articles. Read more
Contribution (Book and Lecture Series)
Geneva, 20 March 2014
Les Conséquences des Insurrections Arabes pour la Dhimmitude: les Non-Musulmans dans le Moyen-Orient Aujourd’hui