Bat Ye'or

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Bat Ye'or

Pseudonym of Gis add

Category: Literature

Born in 1933.

Countries: Egypt (33%), Norway (17%), United Kingdom (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: David Littman (historian), European Union, Anders Behring Breivik

Linked to: Brown University, University College, London, University of Geneva, Jews

 

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Bat Ye'or was born in 1933 add something


1959

She was married from 1959 to the late British historian and human rights advocate David Littman from whom she got the British nationality add something


1973

Eurabia is a geo-political reality envisaged in 1973 through a system of informal alliances between, on the one hand, the nine countries of the European Community which, enlarged, became the European Union in 1992 and on the other hand, the Mediterranean Arab countries add something


1974

This system was synchronised under the roof of an association called the Euro-Arab Dialogue created in July 1974 in Paris add something


1990

Though Bat Ye'or acknowledges that not all Muslims subscribe to so-called "militant jihad theories of society," she argues that the role of sharia in the 1990 Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam demonstrates that what she calls a perpetual war against those who won't submit to Islam is still an "operative paradigm" in Islamic countries add something


Bat Ye'or died in 1995 add something


2006

Writing in Race & Class in 2006, author and freelance journalist Matt Carr, for example, states: add something


2011

Ye'or's Eurabia theory gathered additional media attention when it was quoted and praised by the perpetrator of the 2011 Norway massacre Anders Behring Breivik in his manifesto released on the day of the attacks add something