The Gulf Cooperation Council States

Dr Yousef Khalifa Al-Yousef

February 2017 | £45.00 | $60.00 | 464pp

Since the oil boom of the 1970s, the Gulf Cooperation Council States have attempted to achieve economic stability and realise their development goals. Such efforts have so far been in vain, however, as these states’ autocratic governments have […]

Koorosh Shishegaran

Edited by Hamid Keshmirshekan

January 2017 | £45.00 | $69.95 | 312

Born in Qazvin, Iran, in 1944, Koorosh Shishegaran is considered one of the most expressive and emotive artists of the contemporary Iranian art movement. In a career spanning six decades, he has established himself as an artist of […]

Classical Poems by Arab Women

Abdullah al-Udhari

January 2017 | £12.99 | $19.95 | 240pp

Arab women poets have been around since the earliest of times, yet their diwans (collected poems) were not given the same consideration as their male counterparts’. Spanning 7,000 years, from the pre-Islamic to the Andalusian periods, Classical Poems […]

Istanbul Istanbul

Burhan Sönmez

November 2016 | £8.99 | 256pp

Istanbul is a city of a million cells, and every cell is an Istanbul unto itself. Below the ancient streets of Istanbul, four prisoners – Demirtay the student, the doctor, Kamo the barber and Uncle Küheylan – sit, […]

Return to the Shadows

Alison Pargeter

October 2016 | £16.99 | $24.95 | 304pp

The Arab Spring heralded a profound shift in the Middle East, bringing to power Islamist movements which had previously been operating in the shadows. The Muslim Brotherhood stormed to victory in Egypt and emerged as a key player […]

The Battle for British Islam

Sara Khan

with Tony McMahon

September 2016 | £14.99 | 256pp

Across Britain, Muslims are caught up in a battle over the very nature of their faith. And extremists appear to be gaining the upper hand. Sara Khan has spent the past decade campaigning for tolerance and equal rights […]

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