By Iftikhar Haider Malik
Mohamad Tavakoli-Targhi deals a corrective to fresh works on Orientalism that attention completely on eu scholarly productions with out exploring the importance of local students and vernacular scholarship to the making of Oriental experiences. He brings to gentle a wealth of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Indo-Persian texts, made 'homeless' by way of next nationalist histories and exhibits how they relate to Indo-Iranian modernity. In doing so, he argues for an intensive rewriting of Iranian background with profound implications for Islamic debates on gender.
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Equally, it could be said that the actual form of the conﬂict is immaterial; violent politicians will do whatever works. That is also true, but equally unhelpful to the analyst of strategies, tactics and techniques – and their countermeasures. Either way, our grid collapses into a single box containing all types of conﬂict and all reasons for them, so we are back where we started. Similarly, the level of deaths is a useful indicator of the actual state of a conﬂict, but not of its past or potential.
Their shooting sprees punished by death any violation of newly deﬁned borders. 38 Similar mutilations appeared during the intercommunal ﬁghting in Cyprus, in Rwanda, everywhere. 39 It is difﬁcult to explain these except in symbolic terms; rationally, a dead enemy is no longer a threat of any kind to anyone: but a demon has to be torn apart, and shown to the world. Mindsets are reinforced or modiﬁed by events. The background built up by many small incidents is an important factor, because it conditions the interpretation of major events which are later seen as ‘deﬁning moments’.