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Na’eem Jeenah, editor, Pretending Democracy: Israel, An Ethnocratic State. Johannesburg: Afro-Middle East Centre, 2012. Jadaliyya (J): What made you publish this book? Na’eem Jeenah (NJ): The book emerged out of a conference organized by the Afro-Middle East Centre and which was held in Pretoria, South Africa. The conference brought together important scholars who have being thinking and writing about the issue of the nature of the Israeli state, those who are affected by ...Keep Reading »
Na'eem Jeenah is the executive director of the Johannesburg-based Afro-Middle East Centre. His research areas include the Middle East, the Muslim world, Political Islam, and South African politics. Jeenah's latest book (edited) is Pretending Democracy: Israel, An Ethnocratic State, published in 2012 by the Afro-Middle East Centre.