par Hervé Pugi. While western powers attempt to fight evil in Iraq and Syria with bombs, the Daesh cancer is spreading to Libya. And although still contained, this terrorist tumour calls urgently for an appropriate remedy before the country wastes away further. we’ve gone to meet young libyans. « It’s obviously getting worse. Daesh is gaining people as well as power. » These are just some of … Continuer de lire Libya: a race against time
by Hervé Pugi. Mokhtar Belmokhtar, a Jihadist turned into a (quasi) legend by… his adversaries. Reported dead many times, Washington has put a 5 million dollar price on his head, and he is in the IS line of fire. All the more glory for someone who « dreams of only one thing: to die a martyr ». No doubt about it, Mokhtar Belmokhtar is hard to catch. … Continuer de lire Mokhtar Belmokhtar: One-eyed man with a vision
by Hervé Pugi. « It’s a dangerous word which makes more noise than it enlightens », here in the introduction is the precision that François Burgat never fails to bring. He is a researcher at the Institute of islamic studies and research (IREMAM) in Aix-en-Provence, when we approached the subject of Islamism with him. While specifying that it « would undoubtedly be necessary to learn to live without … Continuer de lire Can we live without islamists?