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The commemoration of Anzac Day is meant to signify the Anzac spirit. For Muslims living in Australia, however, the Anzac spirit has quite a different meaning to the official version coined by war historian C.E.W. Bean [...]
The following is a statement by researcher Mohammad Mathee regarding the alleged destruction of manuscripts in Timbuktu, Mali. “I work as a researcher on the Timbuktu manuscripts once part of the UCT-Tombouctou Manuscripts Project though based [...]
Salafist (excuse me, “deeply Catholic”) Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum appears back in the race for chief elephant after trouncing Mitt Romney in Minnesota and Colorado. But beware: Minnesotans are an unpredictable lot, with the only [...]
The Dutch plans against resistance: “Stop the Caliphate” The Dutch newspapers from the period 1850 – 1930 also made clear what plans the Dutch made in order to deal with the unrests in Indonesia and to [...]
The Dutch insight in the Indonesian resistance: “Khilafah is the cause” Over the period 1850 – 1930 most analysts in the Dutch newspapers were of the opinion that the problems of the Dutch in Indonesia all [...]
The Dutch and Indonesian history books disagree strongly on the history of Dutch colonialism in Indonesia. Most history books in The Netherlands use the Indonesian term tempu dulu to describe this period of history. Tempu dulu [...]