Milena Rampoldi

Milena Rampoldi è nata a Bolzano nel 1973 e dopo i suoi studi teologici, pedagogici, filosofici e orientali in Italia ha proseguito con il dottorato di arabistica sul tema della didattica arabofona del Corano a Vienna. Insegnante di lingue e traduttrice, da anni si occupa di storia e religione islamica, di questioni politiche ed umanitarie, di femminismo e diritti umani e di storia medio-orientale ed africana. Tra le varie pubblicazioni, soprattutto in lingua tedesca, figurano i testi italiani sui Corsari del Mediterraneo e sul filosofo René Guénon. E' promotrice dell'Associazione per il dialogo interculturale e interreligioso Promosaik www.promosaik.com

Israel against Arab Citizens – Apartheid and Zionism

Interview: with Yasmina Allouche By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. – Tomorrow an important event will start. We published the invitation this morning. The event is organised by Middle East Monitor and concerns Israeli violations against Palestinians in Israel. Palestinians are victims of…

Ramesh Jaura: Human Rights for all in an Equal World

Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. inteviews Ramesh Jaura, Director-General and Global Editor of the International Press Syndicate with headquarters in Berlin and associate headquarters in Tokyo and Toronto. Jaura is also co-founder and President of the Global Cooperation Council established in…

New publication on Dutch islamophobia

Ineke van der Valk: New Publication Dutch Islamophobia By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. In this post we will introduce you to the new publications by Ineke van der Valk about Islamophobia and Discrimination in the Netherlands. Her most recent book…

Abdullah al-Rozzi: Art under Occupation from Gaza

Abdullah al-Rozzi: Art under Occupation from Gaza  By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. – Some time ago we have presented the art works by Abdullah al-Rozzi as art under occupation, as an art coming from suffering, from the uterus of suffering.…

I don’t like logical contradictions; I chose nonviolence

I don’t like logical contradictions. I chose nonviolence – An interview with David Swanson By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V.  – An interview with David Swanson about the importance of deciding to become a pacifist, because war is a logical contradiction,…

Palestine: the teacher as pivot point for change and challenging trauma

Teaching with Theatre in Adversity: Issam Sahori Issam Sahori is a teacher in a village near Bethlehemin in the occupied Westbank, here he tells ProMosaik about his students: “My project is about how to protect students and children from violence…

Israel-Palestine: building trust immediate need

Karen Feuer: a Jewish Woman engaged in Interfaith Dialogue in Israel by Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. – Even if we know that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not a religious one, we are convinced that interreligious dialogue and empathy, interpersonal peace-building…

US foreign policy – destabilisation vs neo-colonialism

ProMosaik e.V. interviews Journalist Caleb T. Maupin by Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. Caleb Maupin is a journalist and political analyst who resides in New York City focusing his coverage on US foreign policy and the global system of monopoly capitalism…

The ideal of peace in Judaism

“There is good reason for pessimism”: Adam Keller, Israeli pacifist By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. An interview we did last summer with Adam Keller of Gush Shalom, the Israeli Peace Block. A very challening matter in these difficult days of…

Message to Jews who discriminate against Non-Jews in the name of Judaism

ProMosaik e.V. interviews Yehuda Stolov of Interfaith Encounter Association Our interview with Yehuda Stolov of the Interfaith Encounter Association. ProMosaik e.V. is convinced that interreligious dialogue and empathy can promote peace all over the world, and at the moment in…

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