Dr. Sawsan Nur Eddin

Dr. Sawsan Nur Eddin is an academician who is interested in psychedelics and their intersections with esotericism, spirituality, and religion. She supports harm reduction work and is concerned with the effects of the globalization of entheogens, especially on the socio-economic realities of Indigenous groups from whom they are extracted and the economic and political structures set up by those who appropriate them. Owing to concerns about professional repercussions stemming from the nature of her publication, Dr. Eddin is publishing pseudonymously.

A Response to “Early Reflections on Interviews with Palestinians and Israelis Drinking Ayahuasca Together”

As Israel prepares to annex settlements in the West Bank and the Jordan Valley—with US support—what is the expected role of psychedelics in resolving the Palestine-Israel conflict?