The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East

© 2018 by Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc.
Editor: Dr. John Eibner, Christian Solidarity International

Table of Contents (pdf)

Taner Akçam
The Anatomy of Religious Cleansing: Non-Muslims in the Ottoman Empire (1914—1918)
Based on his lecture in Boston, October 22, 2014

Daniel Pipes
Dhimmis No More: Christians’ Trauma in the Middle East
Based on his lecture in Bern, March 7, 2012

Habib Malik
Syria, the “Arab Spring,” and the Future of Christians and other Religious Minorities
Based on his lecture in Zurich, June 12, 2012

Mariz Tadros
Islamist Majoritarian Democracy in Egypt: What it means for Religious Minorities
Based on her lecture in Zurich, November 28, 2012

Michael Nazir-Ali
The “Arab Spring” and its Aftermath: Implications for Muslim-Christian Relations
Based on his lecture in Zurich, May 30, 2013

Hannibal Travis
Preventing Genocide in the Middle East: The Continuing Relevance of the Turkish Experience and the Problem of Bias within the United Nations
Based on his lecture in Zurich, May 2, 2013

Bassam Tibi
Remarks on the “Arab Spring” and Religious Minorities in a Shari’a-State, Zurich
Based on his lecture in Zurich, November 19, 2013

Bat Ye’or
The Impact of the Arab Uprisings on Dhimmitnde: Non-Muslims in the Middle East Today
Based on her lecture in Geneva, March 20, 2014 (in French)

Patrick Cockburn
The IS Caliphate and the West’s Wars in Syria and Iraq: A Challenge to Religious Pluralism in the Middle East
Based on his lecture in Zurich, October 8, 2014

Amine Gemayel
Religious Pluralism in the Middle East: A Challenge to the International Community
Based on his lecture in Boston, March 25, 2015

Cengiz Aktar
Revisiting Turkey’s Policy toward Religious Minorities on the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide
Based on his lecture in Zurich, April 1, 2015

Madawi Al-Rasheed
Saudi Regional Interventions in the Middle East: Consequences for Local Societies
Based on her lecture in Zurich, October 27, 2015

Fabrice Balanche
Can Religious Pluralism Survive Sectarian War in Syria and Beyond?
Based on his lecture in Zurich, March 14, 2016

Joshua Landis
ISIS, Christians, and National Identity in the Middle East
Based on his lecture in Boston, April 7, 2016

Daniel Williams
The Persecution of Christians in Today’s Middle East
Based on his lecture in Zurich, May 4, 2016

Mariz Tadros
The Challenges of Social Pluralism in Post-Revolutionary Egypt
Based on her lecture in Zurich, June 14, 2016

William Warda
Saddam Hussein, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the Islamic State: Can Religious Pluralism Survive the Onslaught?
Based on his lecture in Zurich, October 25, 2016

Marius Deeb
The Christians of Lebanon: Surviving amidst Chaos
Based on his lecture in Boston, November 9, 2016

John Eibner (Editor)
Social Pluralism, Religious Cleansing and “Hybrid Warfare” in Contemporary Syria
Based on his lecture in Oxford, November 22, 2016

Franck Salameh
Christians of the Holy Land—Exodus, Disintegration, and Ideological Necrophilia
Based on his lecture in Zurich, May 22, 2017