An audio message said to have been recorded by the al-Qaeda leader says the abduction was retaliation for “France’s injustice to Muslims”.
It says forthcoming French curbs on the full veil are “colonial oppression”.
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- On the relationship between women and Indian history: John M. Rhea, A Field of Their Own: Women and American Indian History, 1830–1941, University of Oklahoma Press, 2016
- Multilevel governance: decolonisation in action? Martin Papillon, André Juneau (eds), Canada: The State of the Federation 2013, Aboriginal Multilevel Governance, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016
- Stealing indigenous children: Margaret D. Jacobs, ‘Entangled Histories: The Mormon Church and Indigenous Child Removal from 1850 to 2000’, Journal of Mormon History, 42, 2, 2016, pp. 27-60
- Education sovereignty: Rowan Steineker, The Struggle for Schools: Education, Race, and Sovereignty in the Creek Nation, 1820-1907, dissertation, Oklahoma University, 2016
- Settler colonialism is peer review: Sam Grey, Alison James, ‘Truth, Reconciliation, and “Double Settler Denial”: Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy’, Human Rights, 2016
- Aboriginal labour and its exploitation: Geoffrey Gray, Abrogating Responsibility, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2016
- Indigenous science fiction is about the ‘transit of resurgence’: Kelsey Amos, ‘Hawaiian Futurism: Written in the Sky and Up Among the Stars’, Extrapolations, 2016
- Indigenous science fiction is not about victims: David M. Higgins, ‘Survivance in Indigenous Science Fictions: Vizenor, Silko, Glancy, and the Rejection of Imperial Victimry’, Extrapolation, 2016
- The ‘mongrel mob gang’ and settler colonialism: Marginalised: Dominic Andrae, ‘An Insider’s View of the State, State Policies in New Zealand and Gang Formation’, Critical Criminology, 2016
- The security of indigenous peoples: Kamrul Hossain, ‘Securitizing the Arctic indigenous peoples: A community security perspective with special reference to the Sámi of the European high north’, Polar Science, 2016
- Indigenous youth and their migrations: Audrey Hudson, ‘Here we are on Turtle Island: Indigenous young adults navigating places, spaces and terrain’, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 2016
- Negotiating indigenous and black resistances: Theresa Warburton, ‘A Similar Place Resistance and Existence in 21st Century Black and Native Women’s Memoirs’, Cultural Studies = Critical Methodologies, 2016
- A special issue on the Naqab Bedouin: Sophie Richter-Devroe, Mansour Nasasra, Richard Ratcliffe (eds), ‘Israeli Settler-Colonialism and the Palestinian Naqab Bedouin, special issue of Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies, 15, 1, 2016, pp. 1-6,
- The sound of reconciliation: Stefana Fratila, Decolonizing reconciliation: refusing settler innocence through sound’, MA Dissertation, University of British Columbia, 2016
- An indigenous history of a place that supposedly had none: William J. Bauer, California through Native Eyes Reclaiming History, University of Washington Press, 2016