A prominent Arab writer and scholar. Among his published works are: Civil Society: A Critical Study (1996); The Arabs in Israel: A Vision from Within – A Reading in Obstructed Political Discourse (1999); From the Jewishness of the State to Sharon (2004); On the Arab Question: An Introduction to an Arab Democratic Statement (2007); Religion and Secularism in Historical Context (two parts in three volumes) (2011-2013); On Revolution and Susceptibility to Revolution (2012); The Army and Political Power in the Arab Context: Theoretical Problems (2017); Essay on Freedom (2016); Sect, Sectarianism, and Imagined Sects (2017); What is Salafism? (2018); The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Daesh): AGeneral FrameworkandCritical Contribution to Understanding the Phenomenon (2018); What is Populism? (2019) and Democratic Transition and itsProblems: TheoreticalLessons from Arab Experiences (2020). Some of these works have become key references within their respective field.
As part of a wider project chronicling, documenting, and analyzing the Arab revolutions of 2011, Bishara has also published three key volumes: The Glorious Tunisian Revolution (2011); Syria'sVia Dolorosato Freedom: An Attempt at Contemporary History (2013) and The Great Egyptian Revolution (in two volumes) (2014). Each book deals with the revolution’s background, path, and different stages. In their narration and detail of the revolutions’ daily events, these volumes constitute a key reference in what is known as contemporary history along with an analytical component that interlinks the social, economic and political contexts of each revolution.
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