Compilation of resources on civil resistance in Arabic now online

    With protests continuing to spread throughout the Arab world, Nonviolence International and the Holy Land Trust have compiled a very useful list of books, pamphlets and films about nonviolent struggle in Arabic, many of which are available for free online.

    Please share these resources, which will be regularly updated as more works are translated, with anyone in the region who might be interested. And if you know of anything that is missing, but should be added to the list, let me know and I’ll pass the word on.



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