"Don’t grab a gun; grab a pen and write “I am an Arab,” like [poet] Mahmoud Darwish did. I’ll never kill the others just to live. My heart is screaming: We are human beings.”— ”Change Tomorrow” (n’ghayir bukra) by DAM

Jordan Morreall, Tamara Sonn, and Laura Thomas on the voice of protest among younger generations of Muslims worldwide in “Underground Muslim Music Emerges: Metal, Hip Hop, and the Politics of a New Generation” on Oxford Islamic Studies Online. 
Oxford University Press recently partnered with the ALA and NEH on the “Muslim Journeys” project. To celebrate, we’re sharing resources on the Islamic world from across the press throughout June.

"Don’t grab a gun; grab a pen and write
“I am an Arab,” like [poet] Mahmoud Darwish did.
I’ll never kill the others just to live.
My heart is screaming: We are human beings.”
— ”Change Tomorrow” (n’ghayir bukra) by DAM

Jordan Morreall, Tamara Sonn, and Laura Thomas on the voice of protest among younger generations of Muslims worldwide in Underground Muslim Music Emerges: Metal, Hip Hop, and the Politics of a New Generation” on Oxford Islamic Studies Online

Oxford University Press recently partnered with the ALA and NEH on the “Muslim Journeys” project. To celebrate, we’re sharing resources on the Islamic world from across the press throughout June.