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Simply JewsSimply Jews

This blog is about Israel-related matters, Zionism, anti-Zionism, the gener...

 
The Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World IssuesThe Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World Issues

Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
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Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 


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From Geopolitical Futures via Joshua Landis. Seems rough on details. If Islamic State gets wee satellites down in Yemen, you'd think the Sinai Insurgents would at least get some diagonal shading! (more…)...

Archaeologists working in northern Iraq have found a 2,400-year-old tomb containing the skeletal remains of at least six individuals. While their identity remains a mystery, the burials reveal a lot about the history of the region during the Achaemen...

“A historic water canal has been recently discovered in Isfahan,” announced Alamdar Alian, the head of Archaeology Department of Isfahan Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization. A large, complicated underground water network has...

New genetics research led by LAU professor Pierre Zalloua has confirmed the existence of isolated populations around the Black Sea and the Northern Levant during the Ice Age. Referred to as refugia, these populations lived apart from each other with...

Archaeologists from around the world converged on the University of Glasgow for the three-day BANEA 2017 conference (January 4-6) to discuss the international response to preserve and protect cultural heritage and historical sites in the Middle Ea...

The third season of archaeological excavations in the ancient zone of Natel in the city of Nour (in northern Iran) has resulted in the discovery of several architectural remains of a castle, pottery dated from the tenth century CE onwards, and a glas...

Wheat and barley were the basis of plant diet of inhabitants of northern Iraq 8,500 years ago, says Dr Arkadiusz Sołtysiak from the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, who took part in testing the microresidues of plants preserved in cal...