Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

The US-led global war on terrorism in the Middle East is entering a post-ideological phase, in which everyone is allegedly united in the fight against an Islamic pandemic of violence, regardless of religious creed, political persuasion or ideological conviction. Throughout the Islamic world during Ramadan, the site of the struggle against this fundamentalist violence in general, and ISIS terrorism in particular, shifts from the battlefield to popular culture.

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How to cite this article:

Jamil Khader "The Aesthetics of Antiterrorism and Its Limits," Middle East Report 282 (Spring 2017).