Violence is in Fatima Bhutto’s family history. Her father was in exile after a military junta executed her grandfather, Pakistan’s first democratically elected head of state. Though the political influence of her family, she decided to turn her back on politics and to write. Her novel ‘The Runaways’ traces the path of three youngsters who end up in a jihadist camp in Mosul. I spoke with her about what the West does not understand about radicalisation and the solution toRead More
The Berlin label owner and DJ Jannis Stürtz republished old Arabic radio music on his small record label Habibi Funk. A conversation about postcolonialism in Beirut, where he plays gigs regularly. The interview was published by the German Daily taz and can be read here in German.