How Some Muslim Activists Are Using Speech Codes to Subjugate the West and How to Respond
Daniel Brubaker, PhD, is a Rockwell Scholar at Rice University. His major area of research is scribal corrections in the earliest Quran manuscripts. He surveyed approximately 3000 pages of Quran text from the first three hijra; centuries for his doctorate, and many more as he prepares his monograph on the subject.
Mansour al-Hadj: What are the Prospects for Real Reform in Saudi Arabia?
Mansour Al-Hadj is the director of MEMRI's Reform Project. Before joining MEMRI, Mr. Al-Hadj was the senior reporter for AAFAQ Magazine (www.aafaqmagazine.com), an Arabic news website that focuses on Reform and Human Rights in the Middle East.
Alberto Fernandez: Reinventing an American International Broadcasting Network to the Arab World
Ambassador Alberto M. Fernandez is President of the Middle East Broadcasting Network (MBN). MBN provides news and information in Arabic to the Middle East and North Africa. He was a Foreign Service Officer from 1983 to 2015 and served as the State Department’s Coordinator for the Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications.
In his new book, Egyptian scholar Wael Farouq addresses such issues as tribal culture in Arab identity, the invention of the Caliphate, and the history and the role of the fatwā, including an analysis of what European Muslims are looking for as shown in their requests for fatwās today.