Hakim Khatib

Hakim Khatib is a political scientist specialised in ideology and the interplay of power thereof in social life, and religion and its relationship to contemporary politics in the regions of West Asia and North Africa, especially Egypt and Syria. Hakim works as a lecturer for political science and journalism at Fulda University of Applied Sciences and Philipps University in Marburg, Germany. He has published over 100 articles in different languages, academic and otherwise, in a widely different spectrum of on-line and printed newspapers, journals and think tanks.

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Taboo of Atheism in Saudi Arabia

07.05.17
  • Radicalization between Prevention and Instrumentalisation of Religion

    02.22.17
  • Morocco Bans the Burqa

    01.13.17
  • Competition over Ideological Power in Egypt

    01.03.17
  • Aleppo: Meltdown of Humanity

    12.16.16
  • Can Integration Prevent Radicalization of Muslim Youth?

    11.03.16
  • How Many Foreign Fighters in Syria are There?

    10.15.16
  • Perfect Assassination of Jordanian Writer?

    09.29.16
  • Saudi Cleric Waxes Poetically about Love

    07.05.16
  • The Trump Doctrine is Plain Nutz

    05.30.16
  • The Evolution of Turmoil in the Middle East: Western Role

    04.17.16
  • Social Media in Saudi Arabia Is Turning People Gay

    04.03.16
  • Terrorist Attacks in Brussels: A Clash of What?

    03.24.16
  • Cultural Bridging in Amman: Grassroots Projects with Scarce Resources

    03.22.16
  • Art Beyond Asylum

    03.03.16
  • ISIS: Muslims’ Chance for Reformation

    02.16.16
  • Lecturer in Germany All in for ISIS

    02.01.16
  • Saudi Cleric: ISIS and Saudi Arabia, Cut from the Same Cloth

    01.31.16
  • Rivalry Between Saudi Arabia and Iran Is Not About the Victim but the Aggressor

    01.30.16
  • Saudi Political Intolerance

    01.26.16
  • The Taboo of Atheism in Egypt

    01.23.16
  • The Injustice of the Syrian Regime

    01.22.16
  • Queen of Jordan Responds to Charlie Hebdo

    01.18.16
  • Don’t Blaspheme in Egypt

    01.15.16