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not believe in the term ‘migrant / refugee crisis in Europe’. The real crisis is in Lebanon and Jordan, which have taken in the biggest number of refugees, being the poor, small countries that they are. More than 40 per cent of the current population of Lebanon are refugees. This is where the crisis is. Furthermore, I think that there is no migration crisis in Europe as a whole, but only in some European countries. For example, there is no huge migration movement in the direction of France, Switzerland, Portugal, the UK, or the Eastern European countries. The

United Rescue Aid, suggesting the member who had initially written the post get in touch to see if the organisation could assist the group. 218 | Sara Abbasi An earlier message was posted on the group by a member from Euratsfeld in Austria, which shared a link to a charity page, with the fol- lowing comment: “Hi friends! I want to update you about the case [of] Fai- sal - the disabled boy in Lebanon. Until now he just had physiotherapy, but now he needs surgery. Surgery will be on March 20th, if we can afford the costs. The surgery costs $1000, but unfortunately


: African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes. Berman, Eric G. 2001: Arming the Revolutionary United Front, in: African Secu- rity Review 10:1, 5-14. Beydoun, Lina 2013: The Complexities of Citizenship among Lebanese Immig- rants in Sierra Leone, in: African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review 3:1, 112- 143. Binns, Tony/Roy Maconachie 2005: ›Going Home‹ in Postconflict Sierra Leone: Diamonds, agriculture and re-building rural livelihoods in the Eastern Pro- vince, in: Geography 90:1, 67-78. Blattman, Christopher/Annan, Jeannie 2009: Child Combatants in

- nerships: New Development Opportunities? USAID Report, Washington D.C. Peetz, Peter (2004): Zentralamerikas Jugendbanden. „Maras“ in Honduras, El Salva- dor und Guatemala, in: Brennpunkt Lateinamerika. Peleikis, Anja (2000): The emergence of a translocal community: the case of a south lebanese village and its migrant connections to Ivory Coast, in: CEMOTI. Cahiers d’études sur la Méditerranée orientale et le monde turco-iranien, S.297–317. Peleikis, Anja (2003): Lebanese in motion. Gender and the making of a translocal village, Bielefeld. Pfaff-Czarnecka (2011

place in 2009 behind German organized crime and organized crime of Turkish origin. In the capital city, Ber- lin, Italian organized crime only occupied 13th place in 2009 behind the Ger- man, Turkish, Lebanese, Vietnamese, Polish, Commonwealth of Independent States, Lithuanian, and West African groups of organized criminals. However, apart from a few regional exceptions, in Germany no historically developed, so- cio-cultural basis yet exists like the one that bolsters Italian organized crime in Italy. 2. Organized crime in Germany today is characterized by these

1994, the boundaries between Israel and these two Arab neighbors have been set. The borders with Lebanon, Syria, and the Palestinians have yet to be settled, however. The absence of immovable national boundaries is the driving force behind today’s political and social discussions in Israel. Under the administration of Ariel Sharon, Israel began with the con- struction of the separation fence along the West Bank in June of 2002. According to government sources, it does not signify a political and diplo- matic separation from the Palestinians (Landau 2004; Tirza


before have led to books on suicide bombings (My Life Is a Wea- pon, 2002, translated into eight languages); on Iraq; and on the short-lived free- dom under the Palestinian Authority. Born in 1968, he has a degree in Islamic Science, worked as a reporter for GEO, stern, as a lecturer for “Investigative Repor- ting” in Iraq, Lebanon, and Germany, and is a correspondent for Der Spiegel in the Middle East. Email: José Reveles was born in Mexico City and has dedicated more than 40 years to journalism. He has worked with different newspapers

qualitativen Methodendiskussion«, in: Alexander Bogner/Beate Litttig/Wolfgang Menz (Hg.), Das Experteninter- view. Theorie, Methode, Anwendung, Opladen: Leske+Budrich, S. 71-93. Riesebrodt, Martin (2000): Die Rückkehr der Religionen. Fundamentalismus und der ›Kampf der Kulturen‹, München: C.H. Beck. Rougier, Bernard (2007): Everyday Jihad: The Rise of Militant Islam among Pales- tinians in Lebanon, Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Saktanber, Ayse (2002): Living Islam: Women, Religion and the Politicization of Culture in Turkey, London/New York: I.B. Tauris. Said

ca829d/www/ Susanne Kirchhof f194 Toaldo, M. (2012). The Reagan Administration and the Origins of the War on Terror. Lebanon and Libya as Case Studies. New Middle Eastern Studies, 2 (2012), 1-17. Tsui, C. K. (2017). Clinton, New Terrorism and the Origins of the War on Terror. New York: Routledge. Verlag Karl Müller (Hg.) (2002). Die erste Seite. 11. September 2001. Köln: Verlag Karl Müller. Wehling, E. (2016). »Das moralische Bauchgefühl«. Süddeutsche Zeitung, 31. Dezember 2016, S. 9. White House (2013). Remarks by President Barack Obama at the National De

Mission Resolute Support (RSM) Afghanistan 1.246 1.300 Kosovo Force KFOR Kosovo 82 400 UN Mission in South Sudan UNMISS Südsudan 13 50 UN / AU Mission in Darfur UNAMID Sudan 4 50 UN Interim Force in Lebanon UNIFIL Libanon 122 300 EU Training Mission in Mali EUTM Mali Mali 150 350 UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali MINUSMA Mali 944 1.100 EU Naval Force – Operation Atalanta Atalanta Horn von Afrika 32 400 NATO-Mission Sea Guardian Mittelmeer 419 650 Unterstützung der Anti-IS-Koalition, Stabilisierung Irak Anti