‘They can write slogans on houses like, ‘the only good Arab is a dead Arab’ and so it becomes clear; they are unconstrained and they want you dead… through this combination of bio-politics, geopolitics and security theology, we reach a situation of what I call a necro-political regime – an economy of life and death which tells you who should live and how, and who should die and how.’

A chilling must-read from from Open Democracy:

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian spoke to Zoe Holman in the West Bank about Israeli settler-colonialism, a necropolitical regime, and her latest book, Security Theology, Surveillance and the Politics of Fear.

Source: Security theology: life, death and the everyday in Israel-Palestine

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